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Cliffside Mineshafts: The Journal of Michael "Muscles" Thompson
WARNING:Classified TOP SECRET. Anyone who views this specimen who does not match the requirements under code 6785831125 will be submitted to questioning.
About this creation
For those of you fellow troops unaware of this specimen, you must be informed of specimens 874641165, 6578411493, and 610845112.(It's right here if you're not sure:File codes874641165, 6578411193, 610845112.
Entry 4:
We followed the mine rails to an abandoned mining facility. No, strike that. A mining facility. I'm never letting rust fol me again.
The machine there we complex and dangerous, and in the hands of some lethal zombies. The rail stretched up the mountain on various slopes and angles.

The mines are used to transport a toxic solution, which the zombies defended menacingly. When we found vats of it we began to destroy them at once, before our enemies showed up again.

The battle that ensued was viscous. Colonel Indiana had fashioned an all-new roadster with twin flamethrowers in front. With superior steering an hydraulics, it's hard to believe he made it from the remains of that dissected drone at camp.

Stephani was nearly eaten by zombies when they swarmed her. Kapahala only had a stick to hoist her up, and the zombies were especially angry. We're heading up the cliff to see what the formula is making...
This photo of Stephani dangling in mid-air was stolen from a zombie we found pillaging the edges of the city.
The previous snake injuries have been traced here. The Haufmanian viper is bred frequently here, and the zombies have used them to blow parts of the cliff apart with large amounts of their venom. Though how they're smart enough to figure out something like that we're not sure...

Horribly suspenseful isn't it? The sixth MOC in this story will be the final one by the way, and will take longer. Please rate and comment(please Ewen!)!




Comments

 I like it 
  September 20, 2009
Nice; I like the cart. I have to admit this was a good choice for the MOCk contest, however... :)
  July 29, 2009
HAHAHAHA, yeah, I was not a big fan of high school, my Junior and senior year were ok. You will do well. Look at his page, he has a comment on there about school.
 I made it 
  July 29, 2009
Quoting Mister Fang I will see what I can do. I think Tom has been busy with school.
He's been back to school ALREADY?! I've got another week and a half! And it's *shiver...faint* High school...
  July 29, 2009
I will see what I can do. I think Tom has been busy with school.
 I made it 
  July 29, 2009
Quoting Mister Fang Ah, part 4!! Excellent!! Story is still flowing. Keep it up!
Can you help me get Ewen and Tom to look at this?
 I like it 
  July 29, 2009
Ah, part 4!! Excellent!! Story is still flowing. Keep it up!
 
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