This is a teaser trailer for my up-coming summer series. It will take place in my Sci-Fi theme 'Jericho'. The series itself won't air untill August.
About this creation
--Note to Cyborg-001, from Fatius Katashus--
//Start Transmission// Disobedience is the direct route to chaos, that is the last thing I want. When my commands are ignored, there must be punishment. You know this.
One of my valuable assets has disobeyed the company by going rogue, that is unacceptable.
Find him, and bring him back… alive.
Go now, Number 1.
Take what you need, be wise in your choices though,…
… not every member of Fatius Industries can be trusted.
You know what will happen if you fail. Dismissed.
Fourth Wall, with Character Bios
Blurry Picture Alert. Overall Vignette. This series will take place briefly in Jericho City, then it will move to the surrounding jungle (contradicting popular belief; Jericho VII isn’t all destroyed, just ground level of Jericho City).
A body, shot in the chest.
A small cliff, of which there are many in this jungle.
Cyborg-001, a.k.a ‘Eagle’. This Cyborg took extra time to produce because Fatius wanted the ultimate soldier. While Cyborgs are physically and mentally better than a normal human, Eagle is more so. He has a long career with F.I.; he lead the opening and closing assaults in their war with Fountain Co., he has assassinated many public menaces and rival CEOs, and he is Fatius’ go-to guy for any job.
Cyborg-327, a.k.a, ‘Wolf’. After the first batch of 300 cyborgs was largely unsuccessful (most died, or were mentally incapable) another group of 300 was created. Wolf was in that group. He has a somewhat shameful career with F.I., his emotions have caused a more than a few failed missions. He is one of the three Cyborgs that question their missions. The two others are Fox (C-328) and Kit (C-491).
The four mercenaries Eagle choose to accompany him.
Mark Robertson- talented with ranged weapons. He signed up with F.I. at age 23 as a sniper. He spends a lot of time in the high-rises of the city, too much. In this series he will touch the ground for the first time in 4 years.
Geoff Ranson- Joined at age 16 as an infantry soldier. He takes his role more seriously than other Mercs. He has spent a large portion of his service fighting in the slums, so he can handle hard terrain.
Fred Grobar- Skidish, always jumping at shadows. F.I. tried using ‘special’ therapy, but that made it worse. He is a great shot nonetheless.
Nash Kotraz- Daring, brave, and an excellent tracker. These aspects make him a great choice for tracking down rogues.
(Note: characters are not set in stone, so they are likely to change.)
I’m stumped on a good name for this series, I’m thinking ‘The Hunt’ but that’s un-original and boring. If you have a suggestion, leave it in a comment below.
I also have an announcement, my 1st MOCiversary is this Sunday, July 17th, I’ll be posting a special MOC that day.
Quoting Jess G.
That's not really a vignette... More of a bignette. :P
Well, I think the Vignette category stops at 24x24, then it can be called a bignette. Since I used one of my 24x24 bases, it's a vignette.
I like it
July 12, 2011
Sounds (and looks) interesting. The build is great, although a bit too messy and crowded, but that fits perfectly to the (well-written) "disobedience is the direct route to chaos" dialogue. Nice name as well.