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He kicked the door open, pulled out two handguns and pointed them around the room.

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English coursework He kicked the door open, pulled out two handguns and pointed them around the room. No one was there. He turned and ushered his fellow agents into the room. We just so happen to be his brothers. 'It's empty,' Jack barked at the rest of us. He was evidently the leader of the trio, 'Just find the dirt so we can get the hell out of here.' A most shocking sight confronted Andy and myself, having stepped gingerly over the dead body. Crate upon crate of guns lay before us. These were no ordinary guns; they were the most amazing guns imaginable. No mortal could comprehend the severity of such weaponry. 'Can you believe this? How in God's name did they have just the one guard?' Andy blurted flabbergasted. My reply was short and brutally honest. 'I have no idea.' I, too, was truly shocked to see such a sight. ...read more.

Middle

Could they too possess the human phenomenon of flight? No, surely not. The life signs on my scanner were telling me so, but I knew only humans could fly. Then I shot back to realisation, that we were the only humans within four hundred light years. I thought of the humans on Pluto, but they were only three feet tall, hence it aptly being named `Dwarf land`. It then occurred to me that these beings could be deformities. A bullet shot past my ear again. What was I doing? I had a mission to accomplish here. Dealing with whatever these creatures were; revealing the Goa'uld symbiotes and my job here was done. I stepped back from the crates, taking out my newfound firearm and aiming it at the gap between the crates placed my finger on the trigger. Suddenly, two alarmingly tall men appeared above the crates. How could I forget they too possessed the ability to defy the gravity? ...read more.

Conclusion

With a satisfied feeling of serenity and a bemused look on my face, I simply picked them off one by one. Having killed the rest of the green suited men, I took to the air and made for the passageway. I arrived in next to no time. I followed the passage for a few minutes then heard more bullets and shouting. It sounded as though the others were being troubled by extra men, but without the leisure of invincibility. I turned a corner and saw Andy had backed against a wall firing a pistol down another passage. Just then, as though in slow motion, a bullet pierced Andy's chest and I heard him scream. 'ANDY!' I yelled. He couldn't possibly have died. Everything blacked out. He kicked the door open, pulled out two handguns and pointed them around the room. No one was there. He turned and ushered his fellow agents into the room. We just so happen to be his brothers. No! The level had just begun... By Azmat Rashid ...read more.

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