Breaking Angel Out of Prison! Mar 26, 2022 14:32:47 GMT -5
Post by Mr. Moon on Mar 26, 2022 14:32:47 GMT -5
Jan paused for the second after Zasha mentioned that after the deed there may not be a time to speak again. He wasn´t naïve and was well aware of this fact, but the mere mention of it coming from her stirred the pain felt by his inner author. So much material lost forever, just because of some filthy pirates! Then his eyes moved to Lin and the inner voice fell silent again.
“Yes, you are right…”
He moved directly to the second part of her comment and that was the lack of information about their plan. The writer made sure, that there were no people around their table and the waitress was far away, before reaching into one of his pockets, pulling out a tourist map of the city, which he picked up upon his arrival. He studied it for a moment, before pointing to the right place.
“Hammer street. It´s a side alley far from the city centre, that is rarely used. According to my information, the marines will be moving them tonight just before midnight and to avoid the crowds and unwanted attention, they will travel through this street. Now I am not a local, so we will have to walk through it to find the best place for an ambush, but if my memory serves me right, it’s composed mainly of old residential buildings, together with some shops and workshops, so it should be possible to find a roof low enough for you to jump down safely. Now the base is here, so it means, that the Marines will travel from the south end to the north one. Our initial goal will be to stop their movement and to get rid of the guards before breaking in the prison carriage, so…I will be hidden somewhere among the buildings and attack from the front, taking down the coach before moving on the guards, while you´ll jump at them from the side, taking on the guards directly, while Lin will attack from behind, helping you in your fight. If they don´t want to bring too much attention to themselves there won´t be that many of them, so the fight should be over quickly.”
He spoke with the authority of a professional criminal who was doing this thousands of times, but the truth was, he never did. All his information and confidence were streaming from old reports he read in the past as preparation for a book he published many years ago.