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Campaign#26PostSubject: Re: Singularity Collapse   Wed Dec 06, 2017 9:17 pm

Aurora followed after Aaron, shooting the locks on the cages as she went. Her magic created portals outside the entrances of each cell allowing civilians to escape swiftly to the entrance without risk of being attacked. Some of them were so neglected they looked more like shells than people, Aurora tried not to focus too long on their despairing faces and remember the mission in hand. 
"Aaron on your left!" She shouted as a robotic creature launched itself from the ceiling attempting to knock Aaron to the ground, without hesitation she reached for her revolver and shot it in its mechanical head, the thing writhing around before it died. 

As they continued down the dimly lit passageway the murmuring sound of a great machine emanated from behind imposing steel doors. 
"Whatever is on the other side is the main generator, we need to disable it at all costs." She nodded to the group and with that stepped forward and shot through the doors with a magnetic blast, the doors shattering into pieces as she did so. The group proceeded forwards into the gunfire of machines that had become distracted from their conversion of innocents to monsters. This was clearly the room in which the horrific process took place, machinery covered almost all sections of the walls, slabs of metal were focussed at the centre of the room with expectant specimens secured to the them with straps. Aurora shot her revolvers at the incoming robots and she shuddered to think at how newly created they were. With her arrows she loosened the binds on the subjects and allowed another portal to appear, assisting one human woman who was barely able to stand, 
"We're going to get you to safety." She said to her as she encouraged the woman into the portal, she hoped that the lady had understood her language. 

Once the captives were cleared Aurora's focus returned to the raging machine on the lefthand side of the room, the only thought in her mind was to destroy it. With a ball of energy clasped in hand she advanced towards it with fury unleashing a blast of light into the heart of the mechanism. There was a flicker in the lights and all at once the thing erupted and threw Aurora backwards, then all was black.
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Campaign#27PostSubject: Re: Singularity Collapse   Fri Dec 08, 2017 2:31 am

As the vampires charged into hell they all activated their stealth suits, the children of the night disappearing from view. Diana moved through the Helix soldiers with a savage invisible grace, the only true clue of her presence was that Helix solders seemed to be fighting air and losing when ice shredded their metal skin. 

The rest of the vampires were doing quite excellent as well, medieval seeming weapons jabbing through the Helix soldiers with a blink of the eye. Diana was focused on the battle when the sound of something up high reached her sensitive ears, Diana whipped her head towards where the sound was coming from and watched as Dumont tipped over the edge. 

Diana's hand flew out, ice leaping from her fingertips and towards them. Doing this over a great distance took focus and a little time, so two vampires were suddenly covering her as ice caught Dumont and the HELIX soldier. But then Diana still continued with her powers, creating a sort of icy slide that would allow Dumont to continue his unstoppable descent more safely.
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Campaign#28PostSubject: Re: Singularity Collapse   Mon Dec 11, 2017 1:56 am

While the ground troops continued their renewed assault the Tsukam simply did what they could, their fighters providing cover, engaging Helix fighters in vicious dogfights while also flying over the ground troops and proviging an escort of sorts, protecting them wherever they saw Helix ships attempting to fly overhead and wreack havoc. For the most part the Tsukam fighters ignored any ground forces, they were specialised mostly for air-air combat, with only a single rocket pod for ground use and chainguns with very limited range, the other lesser forces could take care of the immediate land based threats while the stealthed fighters would help to clear the way in the air and prevent them from dying. After all, the lesser speccies had no great intelligence and without some sort of help would likely lose this fight, and while the Tsukam'akai had no love for the lesser species, if the Helix virus managed to defeat all of them then it could potentially become quite troublesome.

From out in space from the direction that tThe Tsukam'akai had come, were one to be looking, they'd see another much smaller fleet of ships slowly drawing closer, making a direct line towards where the carriers were currently parked. This fleet was comprised entirely of slarge spherical ships with small rods and antennae poking out all across them. Several of them would form up around the grouping of carrier ships, their shields buzzing into existance and surrounding the carriers, keeping them safe allowing a safe spot for the Tsukam'akai to repair, refuel and coordinate from as the carriers were the acting relays to the fight for those back on Tsuka. Those spheres that didn't remain with the fleet began to surround the Helix planet, slowly encompassing it within the spherical ships radius, it would take a while for it to all be positionned properly, but once it was, the switch was flipped and all jamming frequencies were activated. Those that were assaulting Helix wouldn't feel any effect from the jammers as they were adjusted only to block the specific signals that had been designated as those coming from the Helix planet, but for Helix, let's just say things were about to go dark.
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Campaign#29PostSubject: Re: Singularity Collapse   Yesterday at 3:36 am

The upper skies of the Helix planet suddenly became filled flashes of energy which grew in number. It quickly became clear that these flashes of blue light were portals opening up several thousand feet above the planet’s surface. Hundreds of thousands of miniature portals, no more than roughly two-meters in diameter decorated the sky and casted a luminous blue glow over the entire snowy landscape below for several moments.

Out of each portal came silver-coloured spheres a meter in diameter. Each sphere featured a glowing red optic at its center, an energy shielding that was strong enough to protect it from ballistic attacks from Helix troops and a deadly laser that it would emit from its eye that was capable of melting through the toughest of metals and armour within seconds.

The spheres - sentinels, flew down in a massive swarm. Millions upon millions of these constructs descended towards the surface with great velocity, flying past GSU starships and fighters, Tsukam’akai Hunter Killers and any other forces that were aiding in clearing the skies of airborne Helix weapons platforms. The sentinels then proceeded to divide into groups. Some of them broke off from the swarm and engaged Helix fighters, their beams of red energy cutting through their armour within seconds. This, combined with their relatively small size that allowed them to easily dodge and outmaneuver attacks from Helix fighters quickly turned them into formidable opponents for the robotic plague and allowed them to lend a great helping hand to the other factions’ air forces that were struggling to clear the skies.

The remainder of the sentinels continued to descend downwards towards the ground and some of them quickly swarmed around the Imperos Walker while taking care not to get in the way of its weapons. They proceeded to fire upon any Helix weapons placements or infantry that were attacking the walker while also taking hits meant for it occasionally. Most of the sentinels however spread out across the valley, ignoring the allied forces and solely concentrating their attacks on Helix infantry in an effort to lend support. They had no trouble in cutting through anything they shot at, frying each target with deadly efficiency. On the oft occasion, some heavy artillery would strike a sentinel and bring it down in a ball of blue flames, but these losses were insignificant compared to the overall number of the sentinels present on the planet.

Yet again, some of the sentinels that were performing firing runs on the ground suddenly broke off from their attacks. Groups of sentinels a few dozen in number gathered together several hundred meters above the surface and began to combine. Within seconds, there were four octahedral constructs, a dozen meters in height and half a dozen meters in width floating above the battlefield, their silvery surfaces reflecting the flashes of gunfire emitting from the carnage beneath them. A few Helix AA placements and some more heavily-equipped infantry turned their attention to the skies and fired upon the four super-sentinels. However these artillery rounds and explosives did not phase the constructs in any way whatsoever, the explosions not causing a single scratch to appear on any of them.

The super-sentinels merely ignored these attacks, allowing the other smaller sentinels further down below to take care of their attackers while each of them floated off in different directions, each headed towards a different server hub spread across the landmass. One of the super-sentinels reached a server hub before any of the others did and stationed itself almost directly above it. The hub’s defences attempted, fruitlessly, to bring the sentinel down using artillery fire. The super-sentinel merely replied with a quick charging of its main weapon - a heavy laser beam to be emitted from its midsection fueled by the combined power of all the smaller sentinels composing it - and then fired the beam down onto the server hub complex. Instantly, the ground where the hub used to be exploded and the server hub was simply no more, instead a smouldering crater of molten lava and metal remained in its place. The other three super-sentinels repeated this attack for their respective hubs before moving on to attack more of them that were spread across the frozen continent.
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Campaign#30PostSubject: Re: Singularity Collapse   Yesterday at 4:03 am

“Holy guacamole, that’s a massive insect if I’ve ever seen one,” Marcus exclaimed as he peered down at the chaotic battlefield from inside the stealth ship that was bypassing Helix’s front lines. He was of course, referring to the Imperos Walker that was seemingly dominating the battlefield and quickly became the center of attention for all Helix forces.

The stealth ship swooped low and began to slow down to docking speed. Marcus spent this small window of time to quickly run an equipment check on himself - something he had already done a dozen times prior to the commencement of the battle. However this time he also had something new with him - or someone depending on what it prefered pronoun was. Marcus didn’t give a shit. A silvery orb with a red glowing eye in its center floated by his side at head-level, watching him as he finished up on his check. He looked at the sentinel directly in the eye.

“What? Haven’t yew been taught manners not tew look at someone when they’re gettin’ dressed?” Marcus joked. The fragment of the Custodian that the Sentinel’s casing housed processed his question for a microsecond or two before replying.

“I apologise. I assumed that you were already in your armour, I was unaware of the fact that you intended to apply additional articles of-”
“It was a fuckin’ joke man, lighten yerself up a little why don’t ye?” Marcus interrupted. The monitor simply stayed silent, which caused Marcus to roll his eyes from within his helmet and turn away, peering through one of the windows. The Custodian followed his gaze.

“The sentinel armada will enter the battle via slipspace portals in high altitude within a few seconds. Their additional firepower will lend great support to the allied air forces and ground troops.” It paused. “I must say, the Imperium have shown considerable engineering capabilities in regards to the Imperos Walker that they have currently deployed.”

“Yeah, fuckin’ spider they got terrorisin’ the battlefield.” He snorted. “That oughta put the feart in the hearts of those fuckers.” While his exterior showed a display of carefree attitude and unrestrained humour, Marcus in reality truly appreciated the scene in front of him.
Here, there were soldiers, not only Human but of different races across the galaxy uniting under one banner to see the destruction of an enemy. An enemy that would truly affect the fate of the galaxy if they won this battle. He watched as the sentinel armada rained down from luminous portals several thousand feet above the ground and quickly descend down to join the battle, intensifying the chaos of the battle below.

Part of him ached to be there. He knew that some of his fellow Spartans, under the command of Queen Diana were in the thick of battle and it was likely that not all of them, if any, would make it back out alive… let alone any of the other normal soldiers of not only the GSU, but other species and factions who had bravely risked their lives on this day. Marcus had nothing but respect for them.

The ship had finally docked and its rear cargo hatch opened. Marcus turned off the safety on his rocket launcher and attacked it onto his back. He turned off the safety on his gauss rifle too and gripped it in both hands in alert carry position before turning to look at the rest of his team on the ship. “Time te button yer knickers up tinkerbells, we’re goan'a put an end to this.”
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