"Right then. A tour of the palace?"
- Edvard Felodolf: "Lovely. Lead the way, sir." he smiles
Alfarsi walked off and began to lead the group, "Now, out in the hallway, you'll see..." He said, his voice becoming fainter as he traveled further inside. All of the aides and the generals had followed the group, except for Draco who was checking his watch. As soon as the clock struck 9, he walked towards one of the back doors in the dining room marked "CONSTRUCTION". He looked around, to make sure that no one was following, and slipped inside.
The rest of the group, including the president and prime minister, followed behind Alfarsi. However, one of the president operatives noticed Draco leaving so he decided to check it out. He slipped through the door that Draco went through and began following him.
Draco began weaving around the missing tiles, ladders, and random drills left on the floor, before stopping in front of two guards. They began to talk, before Draco slipped one of them a sealed envelope with Alfarsi's Seal stamped on the side. The guards saluted Draco and went into a side room, while Draco continued walking. He pushed open a door at the end of the hallway and continued going towards the back of the palace.
The operative continued following him, but when he got to the guards, he immediatley hid out of their sight. After the coast was clear, he dashed behind Draco to catch up as quietly as possible, seeing as he was heading towards the back of Alfarsi's palace.
The group came around the corner and Draco managed to slip in and blend in with the rest of the guards and aides. He passed a letter to the captain before going into the laundry room. He once again, looked around before entering.
The operative groaned due to the security. He waited outside until the coast was clear to enter the room behind Draco.
He entered and he was shocked to find that no one was inside. There was no exit to the room, aside from the one he just went through. The window was open, but it was a three story drop to the ground, and if he had jumped, there would be some kind of indication on the ground, like depressions in the soft soil underneath the window, of which there were none.
The operative was confused. It's like Draco vanished into thin air. Then he remembered seeing him behind Alfarsi and he finally knew why there was no indication of landing at the bottom. However, he was not sure if it was safe to leave through the door again. He might have to jump down.
We can do that one first. I want to use that as a learning experience for future reference when I want to write battles.
ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA.
Communist forces siezed the city at the cost of losing the surrounding areas bordering the baltics and Finland. They were now completely surrounded by allied forces. General Makarov prepared his troops and the Spanish troops to liberate the city.
At that point, the operative would notice that on the opposing roof, there were some shingles missing, which was strange. And then, from the side of the building, Draco walked out, and waited at the bus stop. How did he get there so fast? No matter... he had to keep up to catch him.
Even knowing that, he remained unphased. He actually smiled "Heh.... it's been a while since I've had a challenge. He backed up to the door and sprinted towards the window and leaped out.
Draco heard the thud and looked over at the garden. It was hard to tell, but there were some slight clues that he was panicking. But the bus arrived in the nick of time and Draco got on.
The operative picked himself up and dusted himself off. He picked up his badge with his credentials on it and set off towards the bus, hoping to catch it in the knick of time.
He managed to get on just in time and find a seat. Draco was standing up near the back of the bus, and continually checking his watch. After a few minutes, he stepped off, handed a letter to a courier, and walked down the street.
The operative followed behind him, but was becoming more cautious of the people that are recieving the letters. He started to become more aware of his surroundings, checking to see if he was not being played while following him.
Draco passed by the police station, handed the letter to the sergeant on duty, before leaving again. He turned down two more alleyways, before ending up with two more similarly dressed men.
Getting pretty annoyed and impatient now, he still remained cautious of the men recieving the letters. He also decided to keep a safe distance between himself and Draco to ensure that the others won't find out he was following him.
I don't see myself becoming either completely liberal or completely conservative. My political beliefs are too varied to go either way. Conservative Beliefs I have are being pro-gun and wanting taking care of our own before taking care of immigrants. Liberal views I have are that Climate change is caused by man and we should do something about it and within reason support feminism and women's rights. (pro-feminism Anti Feminazi)
My political beliefs are, again, too varied to "Take the Redpill/Bluepill"
I'm a blue dog Democrat and a registered member of the Democratic party.
First Man: We've delivered them all?
Draco: Yes. They're readying up to go deal with the CBE. The Eagle will be joining us too.
First Man: Has anyone followed us?
Draco: No. We're perfectly safe here. And I can finally take off all this gear.
Draco removed the guard's cap on top of his head, followed by the sunglasses, and finally his balaclava, giving the operative a giant shock.
The shock was so imense that he almost screamed, but he slapped both of his hands across his mouth to force himself shut. He remained hidden from the officers as well as Draco. He wrote doen everything he saw into a small notebook, he carried with him. He remained hidden until the coast was clear and he could come out.