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Eclypse AHG-54 by Robbe25 Eclypse AHG-54 by Robbe25
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"So, what am I supposed to transport across the whole Sprawl?" A legitimate question in my opinion. But Jac immediately shook his head.

"You don't need to concern yourself with that. However, I can tell you that it doesn't emit any radiation, or causes mutations. Satisfied?"

I wasn't! But since I needed the money, what choice was there but to accept anyway?

"This job better pay well!" "Don't worry, it does." assured me Jac. "It pays very well. You get 40,000 Creds now, and twice that amount when you deliver your package." 120k Creds? That was a nice sum... but: "Why would anyone pay that much to get a package across Sprawl? I don't like this, Jac!" "Stop being so suspicious all the time, Mal. Ok, the job has its risk. And my client wants this treated with the utmost discretion. Hence the payment. So, relax!" He sat down at the deck. "Here let me show you what you'll have to do." He started typing into the deck's auxiliary keyboard... reminding me once again that Jac was one of the very few people without cyber ports. Their bodies just couldn't accept any cyberware whatsoever... Poor bastards!

"Are you listening?" I snapped out of my thoughts, turning towards Jac. "I am now." Jac sighed. "As I was saying, and showing you on the screen. You go to Pendleton InterSprawlMetro station, open lockbox A-211 - here take the key, take the package and deliver it to another lockbox in the southern Sprawl district. A box in Austin ISM station, number T-533. How you get there is your business. You'll have to evade any attempt at scanning the package tho." FUCK! That meant that a metro ride to the Austin station was out of the question... Stupid internal metro car scans. Oh well, I heard a surface Sprawl drive was nice this time of year, when the toxins in the air really made the sky shine!

"Also you'll have to thwart any attempt at taking the package from you." Jac continued. "You think there'll be such attempts?" I asked. Jac shrugged. "I'm not sure. You best prepare for anything." I tapped on my trusty sidearm. "With my good old AHG, I'm always prepared."

"If you say so. Well, let's go through the mission planning again, shall we?"

Now I remembered why I quit the army. I HATE mission briefings!

END OF PART 2

Click here for Part 3

Whoever finds grammar and spelling errors can keep them.

Credit to Beck for the shaded rails. Done in PMG 0.6.
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:iconoutmaced121:
OUTMACED121 Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
What does the headphone plug use?
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:iconrobbe25:
Robbe25 Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2013
Not a headphone plug, but rather a connection between the targeting suite on top of the weapon and the shooter (via a cyber jackport).
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:iconoutmaced121:
OUTMACED121 Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh.
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EJT-710 Featured By Owner May 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey is this handgun full auto or semi
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:iconrobbe25:
Robbe25 Featured By Owner May 24, 2013
Haven't decided...
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EJT-710 Featured By Owner May 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
The Body Resembles A Kriss Vector K10
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makael144 Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2013  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Which PMG did you use on this?Old or new?
Because goddamnit,That looks like a Vector receiver to me.
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:iconrobbe25:
Robbe25 Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2013
It is, and I used the old version.
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:iconmakael144:
makael144 Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2013  Hobbyist Interface Designer
hmmm...
okay,thanks for the info man!
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:iconrobbe25:
Robbe25 Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2013
You are quite welcome :)
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