Memories :: Chapter 2The two of you followed Scout down the hall. There were five doors on each side of this section. Nine of them had the logos of each of the mercenaries, and the last one on the left was blank. Scout had stopped in front of the last one, the door without a logo.
"So, this is your room. My room's this one," Scout pointed to the one on your left. "And Spy's is the one across the hall, and Engie's is the one next to mine." He smiled. "The rooms aren't much, but they're pretty decent." He opened the door to the room that would be yours for the next month.
The room was simple, with a bed, a minifridge (yay!), a closet, bathroom and desk. "All the rooms are pretty much the same, so we've all got a room like this. You can customize it if you want, make it more... you." Sniper said, stepping into the room.
You followed him, tossing your duffel bag onto the bed. "It's nice, really." you smiled. Suddenly, a voice came from the doorway. "So, she 'as arrived, hm?"
You, Sniper and Scout all turned to
Memories :: Chapter 1"Mom, I don't want to go to some stupid sports camp!" You whined, annoyed with your mom. She had to leave for a month on some 'business trip', ad during that month, for the whole month of August, she wanted you to go to some sports camp.
"(F/N), you should go! You might make some actual friends, and you'll have fun!" Your mother replied.
"What do you mean, 'actual friends'?" You snapped. "I have friends! Actual ones!"
Your mom sighed. "Of course you do, dear."
"Fine, you can stay. You'll be on your own an entire month, and I expect you'll be able to walk to the store yourself and buy food and things without getting yourself killed."
"YES!" You cheered, then added: "Mom, I'm eighteen. I'm capable of taking care of myself, yeesh."
"Alright. Well, I will see you in exactly one month. I know you will regret not going to camp though."
"Yeah, whatever, Mom."
"Goodbye, (F/N)." She said, leaving the house.
"WOOHOO!" you shouted, dancing around in the hall. Thank God you were alon
The Lovestruck SniperThe BLU Sniper had been watching her for the past hour. Only her. His rifle's sight trained on her, camped in the RED’s watchtower on the opposite side of the map.
She was sitting with the RED Sniper, rifle trained on somebody on the ground.
BLU knew he shouldn’t be watching her, that he should be doing his job. But something inside him made him want to keep watching her.
The BLU Sniper wasn't trying to be creepy, he was just curious, and slightly intrigued.
She was beautiful, with long brown hair pulled into a bouncy ponytail. She sniped with a ferocity that the BLU had never seen in a girl before.
When she sat with the RED Sniper, she always seemed to be so careful and happy to be with him, but on the field, she was cocky and mischievous.
He admired her, and her skills. He knew she'd joined the Reliable Excavation Demolition team with those amazing skills, probably taught to her by the RED Sniper. She’d sure hadn't joined as a newbie, like he'd thought. At first gla
The First Ceasefire - Chapter 4: Troubling Issues“He needs ze rest, and so do you, Herr Sniper. You haven’t left his side in ze past four hours.” A German-accented voice broke the silence, interrupting the boy’s peaceful sleep.
“I’m not going until he gets better.” The BLU Sniper argued stubbornly.
“Du sind unerbittlich! Fine! You can stay, but only for another hour. If any of my team comes in, and you are caught…”
“I know, I know, Doc. Y’don’t have to remind me every time I come over.” Scout’s eyes opened at the BLU’s words. “S-snipes? S’that you?” he mumbled.
“Hey gremlin. How ya’ feeling?”
“Honestly? Like shit.”
Sniper chuckled. “Sorry t’hear that, mate. The Doc says you can leave the med-bay on Wednesday.”
“But…” Sniper added quietly.
“Scout…” He sighed. “I hate to be the on