Things had not gone as he had planned. He'd made a classic error, he had underestimated the enemy. He had assumed that a bombing run would have had the same effect upon them that it would upon a normal human. That had not been the case. It only told him how different those blasted mutants were from other humans. Humans would have scattered, would have tried to save their comrades. They wouldn't have risked their lives by charging into a prepared kill zone. The arrogance of those Mutants was astounding....but they had still escaped, and left him and his soldiers in chaos. He had slipped away then, with a few trusted fellows. He had failed them. The deaths of many a brave human soldier was on his shoulders. He would not fail them again. It was clear he was not ready to lead a war against the Mutants, not yet at least. The message he had left behind had said as much. He trusted his soldiers, they would not fall into chaos without him. They were better then that. They would rally. Plan.
And so they had. Yuri had done much the same....and now, it was time rejoin them once again. General Yuri Alexandrov, of the United States Armed Forces, looked out the window. This helicopter, painted in the ever-so-subtle black of his new employers, was seeing him to the Enforcers. They had no idea he was still alive of course. Very few people did....and most of them were drowning under the weight of a tidal wave of blackmail. The weakness of democracy, it was made up so many people.....and people had dirty secrets. It made them easy to manipulate. Congress was no exception.
OOC: Discussed this with Gravity. If this is out of line, I'll edit it accordingly.
Edited by Basilisk, Feb 23 2013 - 02:12 PM.