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Tsurgdari KS 2: Spies and Stealth (CH 1-2)Tsurgdari KS 2: Spies and Stealth (CH 1-2) by landonbay
Chapter 1: A bet
2.5 years later
I hit into the ground hard, surrounded by many Ton, some yelling for me to get back onto my feet. Me, the 6 turning on 7, son of Sakona.
“Come on, the fight's not over!” “Fight back!” They yell. I grunt back onto my feet, in front of me, with his sleeveless shirt, and torn shorts, Asat sways around with his fists ready. Once on my feet, I rush him.
I punch at his head and he blocks, he prepares to kick, I grab the leg and jump backwards. Asat launches a rapid jumping kick, a spinning roundhouse, and two spinning hammerfist strikes. I evade every attack quickly, and counter with a sucker punch to the cheek. I am immediately hit with the back of his wrist and almost elbowed in the neck. He uses my smaller stature to rush me into a wall, the crowd going crazy!
I elbow Asat in the back of he head, kick him away, he prepares to punch, I grab his fist, and swing him onto a wooden t
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Bian village, with its 8 rounded village huts in the crevices of hills, I look at the happy villagers with not a care in the world. Many have returned from the waters with freshly cleaned clothing and hanging them out to dry.
A farmer with a tiger fork, raking hay, their guards with vests and helmets with cheek guards. While they enjoy time for themselves as they do not face a lot of invaders.
I put my scope away as Kiru taps my back, he looks to me. “Remember the plan, do not kill all of them.”
“I know, I won't” I tell him, positioning my unlit battle torch away for safe keeping. My plan is to go with my knives first. Kiru signals to Ranyo on the other series of hills and the green flag is raised.
“Ready for attack!” Kiru chants. Many of my fellow's draw out many varieties of weapons: Battle torch staffs, slingshot guns, swords and axes. I check my spur daggers on my boots, and my two combat knives with my slingshot pistol holstered.
Kiru holds his horn out, puckers his lips, and blows a menacing sound towards the villagers of Bian, they stop what they are doing as we pop out from out hiding spots. I glare at each of the dark-brown furred villagers who tremble, many rushing for their weapons.
We roar and slide down the mountain, as we do, many of the surprised guards take their bolt-action slingshot guns, they shoot 3 of ours dead, but we ignore them and keep charging. The fear in the guards eyes as they are forced back as many of the villagers now are fending for themselves.
As I charge, I prop my foot, propel myself at one of the guards, I force my spur into his abdomen, finishing with a stab to his throat, he falls dead dead he hits the ground, I break into a roll and quickly shoot another guard in the arm.
The guard turns to me, only to be stabbed through with Kiru's sword. Kiru takes the guards blood and throws it into another guard's eyes, as Ranyo shoots him.
I am bunted to the floor by the farmer and his tiger fork, I glare as he rushes down with a stab of his 3 pronged farmer's tool/ weapon. I roll back and grab my throwing knife from my sheathe, and throw it into his throat. As he chokes on his own blood, I light my battle torch, a single point on a staff, I run that blade with the fire into his abdomen and run him into the wall.
I light some fires into some of the buildings, as Ranyo takes hold of an elder women, as a hostage.
Kiru order's us to find a cover spot and hold put, I go with Kiru to the tallest building in the village.
I wait with Kiru on the top of the largest building, scope out, Kizu orders me to look along the pathways that lead to the village.
We have the village leader bound in ropes, most of the villagers are mostly dead. And we are plundering what we can from this village: Cabbage, and daikon roots, as well as pickled radishes from the cellars. But we are not out of the fight just yet.
The Leader had launched a flag high in the air, to signal that they were in danger, a mile away, a Lao Deng army base is located, a dedicated service to protect the city of Lao Deng, however, for assets, they protect many smaller villages and towns as well. With very reasonable pay.
The Lao Deng army has been a powerful adversary against the Tons, for that reason, we adapt to steal their superior weapons and technology.
“Kashka, look at the winding curve!” Kiru shouts. I turn to look. And as planned, soldiers of the Lao Deng Army marches with pumping arms towards the city, over 40 soldiers, out manning us by over half.
I look at the ones marching on the sides, with tan fatigues, a green olive hog pen sleeveless jacket over a tan shirt, zipseren shoulder guards and stone pith helmets. In squads of 3, they are armed with these big guns.
“Those are Assault soldiers, they are usually armed with Beng. Lao Deng's standard issue pump-action slingshot guns. But these have pieces of the Lao-T1 Breach gun, used against infrastructures.”
While listening to Kiru, I focus on the soldiers in the middle, they wear these stone and zipseren armored vests, battle aprons, helmets with dark green plumes, with spears, shields and a pole arm with a curved blade.
“Those are Battle Soldiers, they are the frontline soldiers, armed with an array of weapons, they engage their enemies head on. Armed with Dao swords and Pudao's, they are a tough opponent.”
Our group takes the village leader and holds him at ransom, knowing that the Lao Deng Soldiers will not risk innocent lives.
What catches my attention however, the assault soldiers are not at the village gate, I scan around, only to find them on the hills where we were before invading.
They connect the Lao-T1's together, and load them with these large stones. The pressure builds a little on me, knowing that we are already outflanked.
We show the hostage, and the soldiers are forced to standby, their officer ranks, they try to calm down the situation, give us a chance of surrender, however, we threaten the life of the village leader, to heighten our demands.
It seems to be going as planned, all we have to do is wait for their base to be raided of their battle mech's, the T-41's. And take out these soldiers, before they can send messenger birds to Lao Deng to warn about the attack.
The leader wiggles and shouts. “Kill them! They are barbarian's”
She runs into one of our swords, killing herself, destroying our bargaining chip. The Battle Soldiers roar and prepare to attack.
Before I can react, the heavy stone balls on the Lao-T1's launch into our building, all 6 of them weaken our building to the point that it shakes and snaps. Kiru grabs me and runs out of there, just as the building collapses.
The Soldiers take positions and fire with their Beng slingshot guns, we return fire, but it is of no use as the battle soldier's armor protects them from our slingshot guns and Skor-M1's.
The pressure of our situation grows as gatlings, 6 rotating slings in a sleeve are set up at the sides and rain arrows upon us. We are forced to retreat back as the soldiers march forward, with barely any casualties.
As Kiru fires back, I rush out from my spot, Kiru sees this, and pulls me back to cover. With rage.
“You fool! You're going to get yourself killed!” He shouts.
“They are the enemy.” I tell him.
“Wait until our own make it here!” He commands.
The Lao-T1's are trained onto our position and they fire, Kiru grabs me and leaps away as the boulder punched through our protection, many of my group has been reduced to 7, while the Lao Deng army is still at over 40!
I watch as the crews on the hills are working to crank the winch back to reload their nasty weapons. Omoi pats my back, and shouts. “On me!”
I follow him up the hills, Omoi signals me and points to one of the crew's. “Take those Assault soldiers out.”
I jump into the fray and kill those soldiers as their armor is not as protective as battle soldiers. Omoi gives the thumbs up and redirects the weapon on the battle soldiers whom close in on the group. Omoi launched that large rock and it forces many of the soldier's to the ground as their armor was no match for this weapon.
The biggest flaw of this weapon, it is not efficient enough to reload.
Before the Lao Deng Military can advance anymore, they are met with heavy projectiles from 3 T-41's, battle mechs that our other team stole from their base as they left.
With the tables turned, the Army is forced to retreat, with 10 of theirs killed off.