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The Patriots

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"It's me did you upload the disc?" "Yeah it had all their info on there. Names and where to find them." "Good, then lets go and take care of them." "Wait...we can't!" "Why?" "...They're all dead" "What!! When?" "Err... about one hundred years ago." "What the...!" Jack awoke to the sharp sounds of his alarm. The blur in his vision eventually cleared to the sight of his extremely small room that consisted of a basic desk, TV, bed and one window, which had no curtain. It was always dark in his room and looked more like a prison cell than a bedroom. Jack's heart seemed to be racing more than usual. He tended to have dreams, nightmares of something he had experienced before. Pieces of his childhood he couldn't fit together. He could still taste the gunpowder which Colonels, Lieutenants, human beings put in his food. He reached over to his TV across his room and switched it on. After a while a clearer picture appeared on the screen. He then quickly switched the television off. He stopped believing in television and figured he has a bigger problem to face. He left his room and walked along the narrow hallway. The small table on his left opened up and a screen appeared with the words 'FOX HOUND' engraved on the monitor. It said, Password: Got a match? He left the building, sat on the bench just outside it and looked up at the sky. Looking at him wouldn't make you think he was a secret agent trained for operations like the one he was going to face. Jack was a tall peachy coloured man with long blonde hair. ...read more.

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There is definitely another intruder in here besides me." "That is not a possibility in this simulation, you're role is to safe guard the hostages, the President and disarm the terrorists." "Simulation...role, what are you talking about?" "Over and out!" Simulation? Role? What the hell is going on? Jack was getting more confused by the minute as he walked over towards the door ahead. Suddenly he could hear faint groans on the other side of the door. "Colonel there is definitely someone else here," Jack said opening the door, "There are two guards on the floor carrying Russian made equipment." "They must be abandoned Mercenaries. An army without a country." "What's their stake in this one?" "They must've made a deal with the terrorists." "Whoever they are, they're out cold and it looks like a solo job." "One man?" "We may not know who he is but he managed to take out every guard in the area. Whoever he is he has got some skills" "We need an I.D but for now take advantage of the situation and get to work. Your codename has now been changed to Raiden" "Wh-nev-Understood. What did you mean about my role?" There was no answer but that was something Jack and been searching for his whole life. He stepped past the bodies towards the elevator and pressed the button. After a while the elevator came down and he stepped in. He wished he hadn't pushed the button. The person that took out the guards had used this elevator and could be waiting. The Colonel spoke once again but Jack didn't seem as interested. He wanted to know what the Colonel meant by 'Simulation' and 'Role'. ...read more.

Conclusion

"I've got to tell the Col-" Jack stopped and realised what he was about to do. He was going to contact the Colonel, as he would've if he hadn't of found out the truth. "I don't think you want to do that. I have reason to believe you're Colonel is indeed a Patriot. This whole scenario is a lie. They knew what I was up to and sent you to kill me. This is how they wrote it. But what they didn't expect was Solid Snake to return from the grave. After the tanker sank I had my secret police have a boat ready to save him. We were lucky. We three are the only ones who know the truth. It has to stay that way." "The President is right," Snake said, "we need to find out where they are. Give me the disk and stay with the President just in case." Jack detached the disk from the tag and handed it to Snake. "I'll call you in five minutes." Jack said eager for answers. Snake nodded in agreement. Snake entered the door on opposite the elevator and walked up the wooden steps making a creaking sound with each step he took. He found himself alone in another room but a computer strangely sat in the middle of the room. It was strange as it was the only thing in this room. He approached it and the CD drive automatically opened for him as if it was waiting for him to come. The bones in his ear began to vibrate. He too had a Codec. "It's me did you upload the disc?" "Yeah it had all their info on there. Names and where to find them." "Good, then lets go and take care of them." "Wait...we can't!" "Why?" "...They're all dead" "What!! When?" "Err... about one hundred years ago." "What the...!" ...read more.

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