RP Precinct 13, First dispatch: The Assault on Precinct 13.

SirSkully

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Takeshi moved as she was directed to do so and soon found herself in the busy armoury and busy it was indeed, given the current situation all hands were on deck as they should be and although the young officer was in a slight daze from the suddenness of it all she did what any DTR officer was trained to do and buckled down to work through the problem. Had she been a little more in her element and perched in a good nest then the Marksman would have simply chosen one of the tightly woven vests but the situation called for something tougher so she followed suit, strapping on a plate carrier and then slotting in the appropriate slabs of protective durandium and moving to prepare a ZA .357 smg from one out of a crate for herself with all the appropriate dressings.

As the submachine gun was made safe and left to hang by her side Takeshi kept her longrifle close by - a good Kuz, even if only half-blooded like herself, only left their gun when it was pried from their cold, dead hands. She'd just have to deal with the extra weight but it seemed the midori-hued, canine member of their team had gotten herself into a pickle so Takeshi took it upon herself to help, moving past other officers and over to Lilly's side with a friendly look towards the Gunhund before lowering herself into a squat.

"Well you're certainly a keen one, lets see about getting you sorted out, hm?" Officer Yeon spoke in the dying Kuz tongue of her gunsmith Mother as she stuck one hand out for Lilly to sniff, trying to get the Gunhund used to her scent before beginning to help put the armour on correctly - occasionally running a hand through the canines fur as if to promise she was almost done with all the buckles and straps that'd secure the armour.
 

Whitehart

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As they took a moment in the DTR armory Jackson properly bandaged the fairly inconsequential wound on his thigh. He chuckled and shook his head at Lilly's antics. He watched as Takeshi moved to help his partner giving the dog a slight nod to show that the Officer was okay.

He set about donning his own ballistics vest with plating, strapping himself in as he had done for so many years. He switched the CQBS for a Nova pistol at his waist and moved a riot shield to the armory door to take later. He walked over to Takeshi and placed his meaty hand on her shoulder, the feel of the synthetic cording evident to his touch, "Thanks for taking care of my girl here Officer. She is a bit of a lazy bones and hates to dress herself in the mornings." Lilly looked up at Jackson's voice, her mouth opening to pant and her tongue rolling out briefly.

"One suggestion though, upgrade that sidearm. They are dolled up in Golem armor and while I respect the ESG, we are going to need a little more punch than that." He smiled fatherly down at the young woman and give a slight pat before removing his hand and giving Lilly a quick rub on the head. He paced slowly to the door, reached out and hefted the shield over his shoulder with his arm folded up and moved out to the Tac-room.
 

SirSPT

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Basement

With the flurry of movement into the station, Flannery found herself down in the armory with the rest of the DTR team. As much as she wanted to fully suit up, time was less on their side than usual.

Not wanting to suffer a sucking chest wound over some grazing shots, Flannery joined the others with slipping into some ballistic vests. The protection wasn't absolute but it was better than nothing. Her HHG provided some comfort but with the announcement of Golem wearing enemies, Flannery opted to wield CQBS-A2. The enemy was in their home; these shootouts were going to be close and the enemy was going to tanking shots so an automatic shotgun seemed like a key for survival.

After clipping on an ammo belt and stocking it with magazines, Flannery moved into the tac-room after Jackson. "So, what's the plan here?" She asked the sergeant.
 

jjans002

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Easton ended up in the basement with the others. It wasnt fully stocked or fully unlocked, so he could not get a full kit, but, like the others, he slipped into some basic ballistic vests. He rummaged through some crates and picked up a Zen .357 pistol and popped it into his sidearm holster. That would be a back up weapon. He then picked up a Zen Armaments .357 SMG. He clipped on a utility built, fully stacked with magazines. He hadnt seen any flashbangs sitting around or grenades, and that was a little disappointing to Easton.

He moved into the tac room with the rest of the group and took a seat in the back. He was still a little reserved with his new team, even after everything that had happened today, and he was also mentally preparing for what they had to do. He waited to hear the plan, while going over all his mental checklists.
 

SirSkully

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"Oh uh, you're welcome but I should be thanking you, didn't know we were dealing with that," Takeshi reciprocated as she rose back up to a stand once more, offering Jackson an appreciative smile before looking down at her meager weaponry - it seemed for the most part that the shotgun half of a Nepleslian Police response had been covered but the other part seemed lacking, it had been drilled into her on day one that you can't always solve a problem my blasting it with pellets so Officer Yeon quickly dismissed herself to swap her .357 out for a HAS and a decent bit of compatible ammo to compliment it.

Her arms still had plenty of juice to lessen the gun's mule-like kick that came from the mass driver and then some, without further delay she quickly stepped into the tac room to join the others and stood quietly at the back, slowly bringing in a breath before letting it out in an even slower exhale to help the halfbreed keep her cool - there was no point in stressing out before hand, no, she could deal with that after the fact.
 
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Tac-Room

The tactical operations room, Or simply Tac-Room the team entered was a roughly 800 square foot dark-room. The walls where covered by various screens and terminals currently idle centered around a massive mounted holographic table that encompassed a solid quarter of the rooms space to about waist height that let out a soft flickering green glow as an idle rendition of the precinct at large and its surrounding courtyard was currently building in extreme 3D detail down to the smallest of flaws. No actual people where present on the display for one reason or another, But they where represented in the courtyard shootout by small pulsing blue or green orbs that where dancing around the courtyard and enchanging small arcs of light between each other as representations of fire.

The previously established group had expanded its circumference to include several civilian orbs marked in white and where trading fire with a couple remaining groups of red colored hostile orbs that had taken cover behind a series of patrol cars and large armored vehicles, Unable to escape or advance as the large circle of officers dominated the center courtyard.

Another group of officers had ventured out of the precinct again and taken up positions behind barriers and fortifications and where providing overwatch fire for the other officers as more and more officers streamed out of the precinct like a nest of angry hornets. This is turn was slowed but not halted by more appearing hostile from the axis of the courtyard as desperate gangers still hiding exposed themselves to try and break the relief effort...

This display vanished with a wave of the lieutenants hand and the adjustment on a touch display as he ceremoniously pinched and grabbed the intangible display and pulled it towards him, Drawing the view into the interior of the precinct lobby and the still large group of officers getting ready for a second wave. This is turn was also bypassed as the walls of the precinct disappeared and offered its guts in the form of a dozen more flashing green orbs in the next few levels up, Their targets obvious by how close they where to each other in three rows of two with a senth between them and two more at the front as four men carrier their charge and two cleared a path with a new addition between them. A green orb turned a corner into them on the seventh floor and winked out of existence as two arc of fire criss crossed it. There where still more in the way of wherever their destination seemed to be.

Andrej made a slight adjustment and the six targets indicators turned red with their new addition turning a soft yellow, Unknown...

The Kuz lieutenant was in any battle-rattle or webbing like the team and looked much the same as he did when they regrouped, The only thing he retrieved from his office being a worn ceramic coffee mug that resided on the lip of the holographic table, Anathema of the large No Food Or Drinks In Ops sign that was plastered on the far wall behind him. He made no reaction to the team entering other than to gesture towards the table with a nod and ask "So what is it we are knowing about our guests here and what it is they are wanting, Eh?" He took a casual knock back at the mug and frowned at its contents before looking back at the team approvingly.
 
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Takeshi looked back at the other assembled officers for a moment and quietly pondered before speaking up, the halfbreed took a few steps forward to put herself a little more in the spotlight before speaking - she never was too fond of crowds but the marksman gulped down hard and let out another deliberate breath to ensure her words would be clear before speaking.

"I... have heard they've gotten their hands on a few golem suits, sir, Officer Jackson was there and saw them first hand so I'm sure he could tell you more... sir," the half-Yam half-Kuz woman with her hand-made rifle always over her back and those expensive cybernetics wired into her central nervous system spoke and truth be told it was all she knew about the opposing force besides that they were rowdy, uninvited guests.

If nothing else was asked for her or somebody else stepped forwards then the young Officer would excuse herself back to the shadows behind the huddled crowd with a quiet sigh of relief, though if the opposite was asked then she'd of course comply.
 

jjans002

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Easton did not have much to contribute as information to the attackers, but he had another thought.

"Well, as we saw, this place is not fully or well stocked yet. Wasnt this precinct built because another one was destroyed. Maybe thats their plan. Keep destroying the precincts until we stop building them?" He piped up, and then he nodded toward the map. "They are probably heading toward the main foundation area to bring it down. They were stealthy, so they didn't want anyone to know, they probably have explosives. Its what i would do." The explosives expert concluded his thought.