Did you activated singularity?
I remember that round awhile back. He was already down during the duel, and you came in and tore his head off while I just stood by, watching first in amusement, then horror the very moment his head came off. And all because you wanted your arm back, of all things.
I'm going a bit tired to work now, but this round was totally worth it!
It started with an NPC marine being tied up in Carson's office, dressed up in a frilly dress, bunny ears, and bunny slippers.HKO2006 wrote: ↑19 Jan 2018, 03:23https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Msy9qeyGrBk
Mutiny for CO Bill Carson's release
Commander Bill Carson was brigged, marines gather outside brig demanding Carson's release. A marine disarm a flamer-welding marine causing the flamer to go off, starting the fight outside brig. MPs got beaten and held brig. After a brief stalemate, marines supporting MPs fired upon marines outside brig, but was driven off. Remaining MPs in brig released Bill Carson and Bill went to CIC, cue the fight between supporting and rebelling MPs and SOs. Soon enough, aliens joined the party as well.
I suppose standing in front of a firing squad to save the life of what, from my understanding at the time, was an innocent man only to later find out he was a prostitute assassin after I had died trying to stop Carson from taking the CIC is one of my more embarrassing moments.shotgunbill wrote: ↑19 Jan 2018, 10:43It started with an NPC marine being tied up in Carson's office, dressed up in a frilly dress, bunny ears, and bunny slippers.
It continued with a plot of drama, conspiracy, and intrigue. The prisoner was quickly taken into protective custody. Upon arrival to the cell, Commander Carson even tried to strangle the prisoner in full view of another MP, who found it highly suspicious. Anyone who spent any amount of time talking to the prisoner realized that there was a horrid cycle of abuse occurring, and that Carson was likely trying to cover up his sins with his requested execution. The crew started to grow suspicious of their Commander, and as to whether they were doing the right thing.