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Team Alpha- Chapter Five- Dakota
Team Alpha- Part 5
Who was the Spartan who saved our team? More importantly, how did we not notice a Banshee? A purple aircraft on the blue sky usually stands out.
The Spartan jumped down from the top point of the outpost, landing neatly in front of us. He took off his black helmet so we could see his cocky grin.
He was a relatively handsome man, his hair blonde and perfectly framing his face. His eyes were jet black. He just seemed to have a little attitude.
"You're very welcome, Ryan." He said, his attitude seeping through my skin. "I just saved your life. Shouldn't you be a bit more grateful~?"
Our leader Ryan shook his head, clearing thoughts from it. "It's been a long time, Dakota, my dear brother." He replied, his voice soft.
Confused glances were exchanged between the other three men and I, but we knew
Team Alpha- Chapter Four- The Outpost
Team Alpha- Part 4
Uncharted Location: Covenant Base, Reach, 2554
The Falcons landed with only a whisper. It was impressive for a two-turret airship, if I do say. We landed a ways off from the outpost, but I was still appointed as scout in my opinion, they were jealous of my 24/7 Active Camo.
"Jen, scout it out. Any Covies nearby?" Ryan addressed me. I nodded and set out ahead of the others to check for the enemy.
Moments later I returned to them. At their apprehensive looks I stated, "There's a scout-post up ahead that we missed in the Falcons."
"A what?" This coming from Charlie.
Jovanni sighed and answered for me. "It's an outpost for larger outposts." As if that cleared everything. Luckily, Charlie decided not to question anything further.
Ryan spoke to me again. "You have the only long range
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