"Sure mouse, whatever you say mouse" editionArchive here: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=MightyM0usetwitter here: Twitter.com/Jakepenetrator=====“Well where are we needed most, General? That's where we'd like to go.”Deep in the bowels of a classified hardened bunker somewhere underneath Aberdeen Proving grounds, you stand surrounded by maps of the warzones all over the world. A full global map shows Germany, the Middle East, Norway, and Japan all with huge red arrows thrust into thin blue lines. The push into Alaska now a tiny pocket of red within a field of blue, along with massive buildups of both colors all over the planet's waterways. The two most interesting areas, however, are east off the coast of Japan, and just north of Saudi Arabia. In the pacific, most of the fleet of the USN in positioned just off the coast, mixed in with a sizable IJN task force. A series of question marks in a grey field covers the outline of China, although Manchuria is a deep red. In the desert, a series of blue pushes into red field change the pace of the whole map. A flash of emotion surges through you when you notice that a small note – that of new soviet armor – has been made on the map next to the country. “Everywhere, son. 1 ARSOF made a name for itself in the community, and now everybody wants to see some action out of you. The suggestion’s been made to break your company down even further, to a 'troubleshooter' type unit. Half an ODA in a Myrmidon, an Achilles, and a striker witch or two, all prepackaged, standing by, and ready to deploy anywhere in the world in twenty four hours. I told them no, not until you're more comfortable in your new wheels, but I'm not sure how long I can hold them off.1/3
>>28292906General Lindsay stands, coffee mug reading “COFFEE, WITH SWEETENER, 1 EA. UNIVERSAL DROWSINESS SOLVER” firmly gripped in hand. Command staff buzz around the room, answering phones or delivering papers to one general or another. “So, really, it's up to you. I can get papers in for a billet anywhere. Maybe except for back in the middle east, since you'd be jumping straight into a fight there, but Germany has settled down somewhat into a slugfest, and Japan would be another training op. Unless the Reds try to do something in the pacific, but with all that naval power built up there, I doubt they'd be that stupid.” He makes a gesture to the Pacific.”You look up, having set your styrofoam cup down on the table-sized map. Only generals get mugs. “Which would you take, sir?” You ask, locking eyes with the man. He exhales deeply, considering the options. “If it were me, I'd say Germany. Maybe Japan, if things look like they're gonna get really heated here in a week or so. It's a tough choice, Captain, and I don't envy you for having to make it at all. Talk it over with your company, get back to me at the end of the day, and I'll start pulling strings for you.”You nod, silently thanking the General. Picking up your coffee, you stride out into the hallway, noting the Air Force security forces airmen in full battle rattle moving to the position of attention as you exit the door. After an ear-popping elevator ride up, you find yourself in a secure hangar just off the flight line of Dover AFB. Inside, Lieutenant Anderson waits sitting on a crate, boots propped up and beret settled over his face. Hearing the elevator door close, he pulls the headgear from his face and sits up, taking note that his CO was back. Anderson falls into step next to you, and just outside you both put your berets on properly.2/3 (fuck you, character limit.)
>>28292916“Well sir? What's the word?”> “Unknown. Gonna take stock of the company's opinions before I make a choice. TL's by Booze Hound in twenty.”> Pick one: Germany, Japan, Norway, Middle East> other
>>28292937>GermanyI actually want to see the German Witches again.>mfw Maus actually posts
>>28292937>> Pick one: Middle EastWe didn't finish the job, sir.
>>28292937>GermanyWe have unfinished business there bitches.
> Japanwe need to make sure that Jap armor is ready to hit hard and cut deep
>>28292937[x] GermanyHopefully Little Miss Excessive Frontal Armour has cooled off a bit.Also, character sheet where.
>>28292937>GermanyBack to the land of Witch Bitches! Seriously though, Middle East is boring/Saddam can go fuck himself, Japan is well like the General said it'd be us training, and while Norway may be interesting... I think the Vikings can take care of themselves.
>>28292937>Germany>>28293006I'm a lot more worried about us than Wittmann to be honest.
>>28292937>GermanySorry lads, but the Asscrackistan bores me to tears.
>>28292937>Middle EastPissing against the tide but the general did say we were the only US unit there and we were pulled out.We'll do the most amount of good there and we did leave the job unfinished. The EU threatre has no lack of NATO units.
>>28293132One would argue the EU theater really needs those NATO units.
>>28292937>> Pick one: Germany>>28293132the EU theater is the big thing, the Middle East is just a distraction.
>>28292937Yay, tank time>Germany
>>28293172Yes but when you compare against the quality of the Saudi forces, 1 ARSOF might be the only competent tank unit in the theater. >>28293214The oil fields still need to be secured and the reds were pumping in units as well. Like that witch tank, which sure aren't standard. The reds are up to something there.
>>28293297They threw those at us because we were tearing their shit up. We go somewhere else, we'll get more sent after us.
>>28293297They do have that one gunner, after the war we need to find him and get him a several beers.
>>28293332Just wait. If we ever go back we'll find him chilling atop a pile of vanquished Iraqi tanks.
>>28293332Muslims don't drink lol
>>28293324Units dont get shipped in so fast and we only won that one battle. You don't just send the ARSOF's red counterpart just because of a single lost battle.Those witch tanks were likely already there.
>>28293357Fuck that's right, A crate of Pepsi or Coke.
>>28292937>NorwayIt is time to frolic amidst the snow and mountains.
>>28293363Most likely it was a concession from Stalin to convince Saddam to commit to the invasion.
>>28292937 >Middle Eastget back inna fight
>>28292937 >Middle Eastgogogoour country needs us
>>28293297I doubt it's as many as the EU threater as that's where the bulk of the action is, the middle east is basically a pissing contest.As far as the witch tank? Likely a safe testing ground (they weren't expecting Jake and Co.), though they might have drawn a good result from it as 2 witches got maimed, 2-3 tanks got taken out.
>>28292937>GermanyKILL THE REDS!
>>28293452>GuPquestLeave that shit where it lies, man.
>>28293452But thats shit and you knw it.
>>28293481Okay, is this better?
>>28292937We Germany now.
>“Unknown. Gonna take stock of the company's opinions before I make a choice. TL's by Booze Hound in twenty.”Lets at least make a token sounding out of our company.
>“Unknown. Gonna take stock of the company's opinions before I make a choice. TL's by Booze Hound in twenty.”
>“Unknown. Gonna take stock of the company's opinions before I make a choice. TL's by Booze Hound in twenty.”Personally I'm kinda curious about Norway, but..
>>28293668The Land connection between Norway and Sovjet Russia, assuming the Winter War ended as per OTL and the Reds hold Petasmo, is absolutely no country for Tanks. Ever.
>>28293722Not even tanks powered by pantsless magical girls?
So.Top or Sushi?
>>28293782Those are honestly more superheavy infantry than anything.
>>28293794Sushi.>>28293797No no, our new tanks have witches in them.
>>28293794I'd Top Sushi
>>28293794>waifuing little sistersyou're crazy
>>28293794>Top>>28293826They're still tanks.
>>28293794Top.Because SushiXSeigel is my OTP
>>28293794Neither. Glorious football.
>>28293794Top and P-L
>GermanyWalking towards your humvee, you mull a few things over in your head. The middle east needed your help. Securing the oil pipeline would go farther in this war than just killing reds, but then, the reds are the ones that started this war, and cost you about half of your company. So fuck them.“We're going to Germany.” You say, eyes locked forward. “Oh boy. Right back onto the line, eh sir?” Anderson replies.You grunt. That's where you were needed most. You'd plug holes and give some line units a break from the unrelenting waves of commie attacker, not counting whatever special taskings you'd get from...whoever you'd fall in under.“Yeah. They need us there most. The sandbox needs it too, but if Germany goes down, so does the rest of Europe. Norway can hold the Reds on their own, those mountains will stop up any armored pushes and Russian infantry isn't even remotely comparable to the Vikings in alpine combat. And, if you'd have seen the fleet off the coast of Japan, you'd know that they most definitely don't need our help.”Anderson nods at your explanation, settling into the hummer before turning the engine over. He chuckles to himself, shaking his head.“Y'know sir, I wouldn't have minded meeting a few Swedish ladies. Norway might have been fun. You could've reconnected with your inner berserker.”You cock an eyebrow. “Sounds to me like you're pulling for a different theater, LT.”“Nah, nothing like that. Andersons are fighters, through and through. We don't really care where or when it is, but if there's a scrap to be had, we want in. It just would've been cool to sink an axe into a slav's brainpan.”“Jesus. I think that's the most sociopathic thing I've heard all week.” You reply, only slightly concerned.He shrugs, pulling out of the fenced in perimeter. “You know if I did it, nobody would ever question ARSOF ever again, right?”“Seek help.”He chuckles again. 1/2
>>28293794Wasn't there a third one? Mary or something?
>>28293869Most of the day from here is yours to do what you will, as long as you have your movement decision to General Lindsay at the end of the day. The base PX isn't bad for things you may think you need, and it's also visiting hours at WRGH. Then again, Booze Hound Mk2 may need another going over, and it never hurts to have the company get in more range time.>Wat do?
>>28293873She has/had? a boyfriend.
>>28293882Check in with the crews and the Witches next. Make the rounds, let 'em know what's up. See what they think.Maus why you no talk ;_;
>>28293873IIRC, she's already got a BF, who may or may not be KIA.>>28293882Railguuuuunssss
>>28293882More time at the range running our new shit.
>>28293899 because I'm busy typing update you needy little girl
>>28293882Come to think of it, do we ever talk to Rosalez?We should change that.
>>28293882[x] Go talk to assorted characters whose names I have forgotten because it's been so long, Mouse. So. Long.
>>28293919Yeah, honestly the few times we have talked to her it was in the context of Patterson.
>>28293869>It just would've been cool to sink an axe into a slav's brainpan.>You know if I did it, nobody would ever question ARSOF ever again, right?Anderson is the greatest.>>28293882>Check in with everybody. A PX trip would be good too, though checking Rockfield and telling her whats up would be good as well, too many choices...
>>28293873Actually I just looked through the archive.THERE'S A FOURTH WITCH. WHAT.
>>28293882Check on Crew and then give Top a phonecall
>>28293977Yeah, her name's Rosalez.
>>28293977We remembering Whittman? I miss her.
>>28293977Dude, it's been so long that I doubt anybody remembers all of the tank witches off the top of their heads.
>>28293977Patterson, Rockwell, Sushi, Seigel, Rozalez.Anyone else?
>>28293919Yeeeah, supporting. We should talk to her more.
>>28293987I miss her too bro.
>>28293990out of the bunch it's mianly Sushi, Seigel and then maybe Rockwell that are most memorable.
>>28294021Stop that.>>28293987Despite being a bitch she was a interesting character, I do miss her.
>>28294067Yeah. We could have solved her issues with football.
>>28294131You mean with severe concussions and broken knees?
>>28294142Healwitches would have killed us.
>>28294142Think he means using FOOTBALL for friendship/de-bitching her.
>>28294176She had serious issues that football wasn't going to solve by itself.
>>28294201You've obviously never played football
>>28294201What about if we did FOOTBALL and Football?
>>28294229Andrew Luck needs to get his shit together.
>>28294246You mean FUTBAWL
>>28294229>>28294246Personally I think one of her dead CO's was really close/dating her and she hasn't fucking cried yet so she's projecting like a serious hardcore bitch.
>>28294229Was that before or after US!Ball smack Japan!Ball so hard it went uguu?
>>28294264>Dead boyfriend issues>BitchyOh look TW89's Minna
“Y'know,” you start “I haven't really talked to Rosalez too much. I think I need to change that.”Anderson nods. “Agreed.”It's a short ride to the hotel, as Anderson had flicked on the hazard lights and floored the accelerator. During this time of war, most people know to get the hell out of the way of a barreling humvee with it's lights on. You can't help but think that if he could, he'd be blasting some form of metal, but not only is there no radio, there's also no metal to be found. You think. Nonetheless, he still hums a mean rendition of Metallica's 'Battery'.Slowing down in the town proper and finally pulling to a stop, you're met by a rather disgruntled looking MP in the lobby. You trade looks with Anderson, who shrugs before pulling his green beret off as he steps in. You mirror his move, glancing around. The lobby, outside of the three of you and the worker at the desk, is empty. Kind of odd, around this time there'd be people in the dining room having lunch.“There a problem here, Corporal Ramirez?” You ask, reading his rank and name tape. He shakes his head, stiffening to the position of attention. “No sir! Just here to make sure that US Army resources are being used as regulated!”You exchange another set of looks with your XO, who asks, “Corporal, what the hell are you talking about?”“He's talking about the six humvees and two deuce and a halfs that are out in the parking lot, Lieutenant. There are reports in the cities of Baltimore, Philidelphia, and our nation's capitol of people in unmarked military vehicles causing all sorts of trouble out of uniform. And, in the future, you will speak to my subordinates with respect.” A fourth voice chimes. 1/2
>>28294411A second MP steps out from a restroom, wearing a set of captains bars and all his patrol gear. He's taller than you by a foot, but where his muscle is long and stringy, both yours and Anderson's are packed onto your smaller frames. The man appears to be inside of every personal grooming regulation without even a speck of unshaven hair on his face or the sides of his head.  “Just as you'll speak to mine, Captain Morgan.” “Uh huh. Well seeings as we just came from Dover, we're good to go. You can go away now.” other.
>>28294424> “Just as you'll speak to mine, Captain Morgan.”
>>28294424>[X] “Uh huh. Well seeings as we just came from Dover, we're good to go. You can go away now.”
>>28294424> “Just as you'll speak to mine, Captain Morgan.”Let's not be TOO antagonistic to the MPs.
>>28294424[x] “Just as you'll speak to mine, Captain Morgan.”
>>28294424>[x] “Just as you'll speak to mine, Captain Morgan.”Pissing off MP's ain't the smartest thing to do but being a bitch is worse.
>>28294424>[x] “Just as you'll speak to mine, Captain Morgan.”"I must commend you, Captain. You're focusing on the important things: Making sure Special Forces isn't abusing the trucks in their motor pool. Truly, the boys in Germany and Alaska sleep soundly knowing you're keeping the home front safe for them." Oh great, an MP full of himself.
>>28295019Yes, let's give an MP shit for doing his actual freaking job.
>>28295041It's our job
>>28295041Pretty sure that's in everyone's job description that isn't an MP to give MP's shit.
>>28295041He can do his job all he wants. But it's really fucking stupid to give an attitude to a Green Beret while doing so. We don't have to take it from the likes of him.
>>28294424>[x] “Just as you'll speak to mine, Captain Morgan.”ah the classic highly formal 'Fuck You.'
(sorry for the delay, got caught up watching foobawl)You step between your XO and the newcomer, just in time it would seem. “And you'll speak to mine the same way, Captain Morgan. Now, what can we help you with?”He meets your glare with one of his own, one showing that he was going to do his job no matter the cost. “You can get me one private first class Nicholas Soloto and one staff sergeant Beau Meany. They're both wanted for questioning in regards to a bar fight that took place in Baltimore two nights ago.”While that isn't something you'd be willing to put past either Nicky or Meany, it's also not in your nature to just let some blue falcon take your gunner or one of your dismounts away from you for little to no reason. Chances are that if they're suspected, that they did it, but you're not gonna let this guy know that.“Uh-huh. As their CO I'm going to go ahead and tell you that that's not going to be happening. I'm not going to deploy without my gunner or a highly capable infantryman. Now, if you can get me an order to release them to you on grounds that we'd have them back in time for movement, than it's a possibility. Otherwise, I'm afraid I'm not able to oblige your request.”A fire flashes in Captain Morgan's eyes. “Sounds an awful lot to me like you're obstructing, Captain Bishop.”“And it sounds like you're acting on hearsay, Captain Morgan.” You casually reply. You can feel Anderson tense behind you. Morgan grumbles something under his breath about scumbag tankers before bursting out of the lobby doors. Ramirez scrambles out behind him. “I'll be back for those two, Bishop. And I'll remember this.”You casually lift your arms to either side of your chest and take a few taunting steps towards him. “I'm right here, Captain.”1/2
>>28294424[X] “Just as you'll speak to mine, Captain Morgan.”
>>28295587With a squeal of tires, the two MP's depart the parking lot in an unmarked base vehicle. You can't help but chuckle at the irony of them investigating vehicular misconduct from an unmarked cruiser. Go upstairs, tell nicky and meany to clear out They're big boys, stay on mission to talk to Rosalez. other.
>>28295609> They're big boys, stay on mission to talk to Rosalez.Their mistake, their shit, they can take care of themselves.Also, Rosalez doesn't get enough screentime.
>>28295609[x] Go upstairs, tell nicky and meany to clear out
>>28295609 They're big boys, stay on mission to talk to Rosalez.
>>28295609[x] Get Anderson on their case, while you stay on mission to talk to Rosalez.
>>28295609> They're big boys, stay on mission to talk to Rosalez.
>>28295609>[x] They're big boys, stay on mission to talk to Rosalez.
>>28295609[X] They're big boys, stay on mission to talk to Rosalez.
>>28295609>[x] They're big boys, stay on mission to talk to Rosalez.We'll speak with them later.
>>28295609I second this >>28295653
>>28295609>[x] Get Anderson on their case, while you stay on mission to talk to Rosalez.DELEGATION, WHAT IS IT.
>>28295609>[x] Get Anderson on their case, while you stay on mission to talk to Rosalez.>>28295872SOMETHING A TANK COMMANDER HAS NO EXPERIENCE WITH, OF COURSE
>>28295609>[x] other. Get Anderson on Nicky and Meany while we go talk to Rosalez.
>>28295609>[x] Get Anderson on their case, while you stay on mission to talk to Rosalez.Kind of liking this. Anderson's the XO, he's got enough authority to deal with the troublemakers for now. It's our job to ensure that our troops are combat-ready.
posting from my phone:I gotta finish this sunday. sorry guys. something came up at work.
>>28296782Was wondering where you'd wandered off to. Good luck, then, and we'll see you Sunday.
>>28296782>Next Session>Maus if fuckitstan
>>28296782Hope we see Wittman again
>>28296782Bah, oh well man take care. Into the time machine I go.
>>28296782take care out there, Maus
I guess I'll take this chance to say that my PJ Witches reboot is starting up Friday evening, so stay tuned!
>>28296939Heya Merc, what time will it be?
>>28296939>rebootwot>witchesso it'll actually have some this time?
>>28296939Hey.Hey Merc.Demons of Randgriz Military Academy Open House for prospective Recruits.Demons Meido Cafe
So noone's archiving this?
>>28299784Somebody should do that, yeah