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Rogue Faction, part three
The saga continues. Who am I kidding? This is no saga. Anyway, beware the evil dirty kitten strangling swearwords.
About this creation
Okay, here we are. Number 3.

Pics, in case you can't see them: http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=418764


As with the previous one, you're supposed to make the appropriate truck noises with your lips or something like that.
This is mainly because I haven't a clue what sort of noises it's supposed to make.


Also, you can put in some tango music, because this one's an experiment with romantic scenes.


























...okay, I lied about the romance.
But still. Plotting to blow someone to pieces must qualify as romantic conversation somewhere, right?

Byzantium, perhaps...


If you happen to think any of them insane for repeating the 'job, origin, authorization number' thing, think of it this way: the authorization number is basically the only thing keeping those guys from being blown apart by their own troops. Every month, a roster is drawn up for supply trucks. On it are the trips planned to be made: in this case, '13th-325th - prisoner transfer - AN 25264497'. If any part of that gets mixed up- the AN, the origin, the transfer info -the guards and patrols are required, by regulations, to blow the offending vehicle apart. Otherwise, a camoflaged Free Suns suicide team could drive a bomb right into a base by pretending to be supply drivers.

Oh, and just in case, there's ten emergency authorization numbers, just in case things go seriously wrong. Of course, until there's an emergency, nobody apart from the COs of the various units know those codes.

Just in case.


As Metcalf there said, the punishments for treason are very unpleasant. In fact, it's considered impolite to even hint about them in casual conversation.
Still, some people like to push boundaries just to see how far they can get.



Comments

Areetsa C
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Angus J.
  February 1, 2010
Can't wait for the next one! But why are the pictures so big? They go off the normal borders, and then I cant read half of it! Other then that, Very good job with the shower scene, which made me LOL by the way, and I see you still have that truck around. Thought you would have disassembled it by now, or at least upgraded it somewhat.
  February 1, 2010
Ah, it has a cover on the top...
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  February 1, 2010
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great Cool criminal plot, bro. I see the "rogue" in all of this now...
That you do. If you're going to bother naming a series at all instead of just calling it 'comic #2' you may as well give it a meaningful name. I'm not quite done with it, of course. Still got to wrap up a few loose threads, you know how it is.
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  February 1, 2010
Cool criminal plot, bro. I see the "rogue" in all of this now...
 I made it 
  February 1, 2010
Quoting Finn C-Q The scene with the tank... what is that thing with a rubber band? A pen?
No, the tarp that goes over the right side of the supply depot. Couldn't see the action with it up, so I rolled it around one of the support posts.
  February 1, 2010
The scene with the tank... what is that thing with a rubber band? A pen?
 I made it 
  February 1, 2010
Quoting Christian Schlichting Cool cars, clear pictures but the layout...needs improvement. It's hard to follow those giant blocks. Put the pictures under each other at least so we don't need to scroll all the time in 2 directions.
There's a brickshelf link in case of formatting trouble, I suppose it'd do the job here as well.
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  February 1, 2010
Cool cars, clear pictures but the layout...needs improvement. It's hard to follow those giant blocks. Put the pictures under each other at least so we don't need to scroll all the time in 2 directions.
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  February 1, 2010
THAT IT?!
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  February 1, 2010
very true man , i cant agree more. would you mind checking out my new stuff some time, you dont havta if you dont wanna
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  February 1, 2010
Quoting Tyler Evans Great job man, the shower bit, and the crime planning parts were great. the shower stalls made me lol. don't drop the soap, and keep em coming.
Well, if you're ALREADY in trouble, what've you got to lose for wiggling your todgers at the guy who controls the shower temperature? Oh, apart from your top layers of skin. And your todgers, those too.
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  February 1, 2010
Great job man, the shower bit, and the crime planning parts were great. the shower stalls made me lol. don't drop the soap, and keep em coming.
 
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