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Border Patrol Station 39
A border patrol station where two Neotregon Rebellion soldiers illegally crossed into City 40, later leading to the primary cause of the first Zalmoxis-Neotregon War.
About this creation
MOC Backgrund:

This could be thought of as a prequel MOC to my Rebel Outbreak in City 40. I described that outbreak as a result of lack of strict security at the border. I built this MOC for a LAML contest going on for "Best Wall". It won the contest by default for being the only entry (Unfortunate, because it was a brilliant contest idea) It's inspired in part by Keith Goldman and Paul Brassington's works (Just like my Rebel Outbreak dio), along with the various spices of my own universe.

Location Background:
Border Patrol Station 39 is one of the few border stations which are situated between cities. It seperates the tourist-trap city called "City 40" from a small city based on the edge of a canyon, which was called "City 30" for being the third city in a series of cities named in units of ten due to the original creators doubting hat these cities would recieve any activity. This border station has gone down in history along with two others for being one of the stations to allow Desert Rats to enter City 40, which subsequently began the first Zalmoxis-Neotregon interplanetary war.

Statistics:
Location: Border Patrol Station 39 of the City 30/City 40 Border, Magnus Prime (Gaea System)
Event: Neotregon Rebellion Soldier Infiltration/Illegal Entrance
Status (For Zalmoxis Directorate): Loss
Civilian Casualties: 0
Zalmoxis Casualties: 0
Neotregon Casualties: 0

Weapon Emplacements:
(None)

Remnant Arm Background:

Border Patrol Station 39 was tipped off by shady sources that there would be a small squad of Desert Rats planning to cross the border into City 40. They dismissed it as not being credible and later denied that they had gotten any warning at all. Five Neotregon Rebellion soldiers, reffered to as "Desert Rats" by Zalmoxis Directorate soldiers, passed border security. This diorama depicts how two of those soldiers, a man who later fought in the City Plaza, and a woman who served as a spy, got across Border Patrol Station 39 without being killed. They had been hiding right in front of the base waiting for the right time to strike. The woman is seen using a radar-jamming device, which she had to use once every hour to keep them off the radar. They later called in a small scout ship to distract the guards, allowing them to safely cross into City 40.
-ZALMOXIS DIRECTORATE CONFIDENTIAL ARCHIVES, ITEM 0875



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   Hey! Look! The main picture!



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   R U SHUR?



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   SHUR M SHUR!



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   That's a fountain for getting water. The lever is for blocking the water in the canal.



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   Obviously looking at the profile for a refugee. Gorram '30ians.



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   Crazy radar madness!



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   SHUR M SHUR!



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   R U SHUR?



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   A barrel that holds gasoline. Or plasma. Or water. SHUR M SHUR!



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   KENT B!



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   This is a female spy in the Neotregon Rebellion using a radar jamming device to make sure that d00d manning the radar station doesn't see them and send them back to Mexic...err...City 30.



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   Musket under the small gap between the ground and the station.



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   A water canal which goes around the border like a useless moat. A useless, useless moat.



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   Anther canal picture?! KENT B!



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   Radar station and generic soldier.



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   Pointless monitor.



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   DARK PICTURE OF THE SIDE! (Imagine it's like SUPERDARKVISION(c) or something)



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   See? I detailed the back of the station, w00t for me.



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   Ladder, duh.



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   HAI LOK IT BAK!



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   That's a drain area. And that's a shovel. And that's a soldier messing with a special computer that obviously does something.



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   ROXET WHORE NUB!!1



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   Useful computer thingy. It's for.....flying the border....the border flies. Or something. Bah, make your own assumptions, it's not historically important anyways.



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   A toilet OF THE FUTURE!!!!



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   Did you know my 'o' key only works half the time?



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   The back overall.



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   PAY NO ATTENTION TO THE OBSCURE GREEN CRAFT!



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   They're sneaky hoobits. Not hobbits, hoobits.



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   SHUR M SHUR!



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   O RLY NOW?!



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   Once again, don't looks at the green craft. It's grumpy.



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   Rocket-launcher-man. He obviously got up there somehow....in a way that doesn't defy physics.



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   "So I tried out for this one role in a new movie. They're calling it 'Serenity' or something. I didn't make the cut, it was for the part of some dude name Mr. Universe. He was like, badarse, man! But I didn't make the part. I'm so sad! I have like all this money to bribe them with, and they won't give me the role, it SUCKS!"



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   "You can go whine about it on MySpace, Bob. Because MySpace is totally in the future."



Comments

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  March 22, 2006
SHUR M SHUR!?!
 I like it 
  March 22, 2006
i looked at the green craft. what now. pwnz.
 
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