The First Ceasefire - Chapter 12 :: KnowledgeScout and Medic headed back to the med-bay together after breakfast.Medic sat down at his desk and began to write."Hey Doc, whatcha' writing?""Somezhing important.""What?""Could you not interrupt me when I'm vorking?""Well if you'd let me OUTSIDE, maybe I wouldn't bother ya'!"Medic sighed. "Fine. Be back sometime before dinner. Don't get yourself killed, and stay off of BLU territory.""BUT DOC!""Scout, don't argue. If you're caught over there, you can't run away.""Fine...""Good. Stay out of trouble..." He added, but Scout was already out the door.Heading outside, Scout stopped to breathe in the fresh air. Man, it felt so good to be outside!Ignoring Medic's warning, he headed behind the base, and around to the back of the BLU base, where Sniper's van was located.He walked up to the door in back, and knocked timidly."What?" A tired voice asked from inside."Hey, uh, Snipes, s'me..." Scout said quietly.The door opened quickly, and Sniper pulled the RED inside. "You'
The Insane Doctor: Prompt 51944, Exact date unknownMy eyes opened. My entire body was sore, almost to the point of being numb. Where was I?It took me a moment to process my surroundings. I was in a dark room, almost like a cell. I was laying down for some reason. Maybe I fell asleep? I couldn’t remember what had happened to me.Suddenly, it all came flooding back. Writing in my journal, late at night. The gunshot. The Soviets. Passing out. Waking up for the first time in here, many months ago. I’d been having cases of memory-loss recently, some only temporary. The Soviet doctor said it was because I’d been smashed in the head with the butt of a gun.He’d told me that a long time ago. Time didn’t exist down here in this cell. I didn’t know day from night. There were no windows, no lights. Just a constant darkness. Occasionally, it would become light enough to see, but often I had to move around, when and if I ever did, in the dark.I’d never seen the full room in
Memories :: Chapter 8The two of you chatted for a long while, and you completely lost track of time. Only when the light began to darken did you realize how late it was. "Oh my God, what time is it?" You asked Luc."Eet is... 9:30 in ze night.""SH*T!" You yelled, jumping to your feet. "I gotta get back!"Luc frowned. "'Ou'd better 'hurry, mon ami... until next time, oui?""Yeah... I had fun... see ya next time!" You called over your shoulder, sprinting down the tunnel and into the base.Weary and out of breath, you stopped in front of the closed rec room door, where you could hear voices inside."Maybe ze respawn does not work on her? Herr Engineer, doesn't it work on everybody inside ze base?""Yeah, but maybe there's an exception? Ah don't know...""NO!" Scout? Why was he yelling? "She can't be dead!""Why not, mon ami?""BECAUSE I DIDN'T GET TO FRACKING APOLOGIZE FOR BEIN' A DICK!""Wait... Wot? Scout's apologizin' for bein' rude t'someone? Well, that's new... Woi are ya' wantin' to apologize al
The Insane Doctor: Prompt 4February 1, 1942‘We are attacking soviet-occupied Stalingrad. I am now part of the German 4th Panzer Army corps. We are led by Major Erich still, not much has changed. Josef and I have become closer, and we trust each other with our lives. He is the first person I’ve ever put so much trust into, and I am somewhat worried. What if he turns on me? Well, if that ever happens, I will have to deal with it. We have been winning for most of the battle, but lately things have been looking quite bleak. We are cornered in the center of the city, surrounded by the Soviet army. We’re running out of food, ammunition, and we are cold. A few days ago, we requested permission to surrender, but we were denied by the Fürher. Something about us having too much honor to give up so easily. The government, they don’t understand. They aren’t the ones out here in the cold, with little food, trying to protect the remainder of a small city.’March 11, 1942