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2048

Aegis

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a part of 2048, by MadHatter.

The Last great city of man. A massive city, it could easily hold every major city in the United States inside of it.

MadHatter holds sovereignty over Aegis, giving them the ability to make limited changes.

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Aegis is a monolithic city, and is located towards the center of what used to be the United States. Aegis is actually not that big around, as it is only as large around as an average major city. But Aegis makes up for this by being tall. Take that same major city, then stack it on top of itself five times. You now have a rough idea how big Aegis is. It is comprised of five levels, each one operating like its a city in of itself.

The five levels are:

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The Skylight (level 5): The most social advanced level. almost all of it's citizens are upper middle-class to flat out rich. Definitely the nicest of all the levels, and the only one with a view of the sky. The Government's Capital Building is located here.

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The Metro (Level 4): The most average level. Most of it's inhabitants are middle-class to lower middle-class, and is the most heavily populated level in Greater Metropolis.

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The Slum (Level 3): The poorest level. Mostly comprised of lower-class civilians. The poorest people live here. the level has obviously uncared for, being pretty dirty and run down.

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(Level 2): Where the machines that run Greater Metropolis are located. The only people living down here are the homeless and petty criminals. It is dark, dirty, and dank, making it inhabitable except for the most desperate.

Terra(Level 1): Good old ground. Nothing down there except rocks and support beams. There are no people living down there, and there in little to no natural life under the city. The Resistance headquarters is rumored to be located in one of the many caves that dot this level's surface.
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Aegis

The Last great city of man. A massive city, it could easily hold every major city in the United States inside of it.

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Aegis is a part of 2048.

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Michael Hawthorn [0] Organic Supercomputer
Claudius Hart [0] "I'm going to redeem myself, for my dead sister."
Harlan Parvel [0] Government Agent
NPC's [0] The various characters in Aegis
Jonathan Wallace Marx [0] The leader of the Resistance. A former Agent with a burning hatred for the Government.

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Claudius waited at the Detainment Center, staring out with a bored expression on his face. Someone or another stationed him here, so he followed orders. His combat boots were stacked on one another on the desk. He messed with his chain necklace, his aviators attached to his face. He was trying to look up information on his sister. His dead sister. Fray Fairchild and Alissa Hart came up with no matches. Major Hart was in the data base, and he smiled as he read the profile the government had on his sister.

She was happily married, with a small daughter. He already knew that, his niece Morissa was who he was fighting for. He didn't want her to join the Resistance and be killed like Alissa. He smirked at the agents walking by, dusting off his boots. He thought of his girlfriend, Emily. She was missing, and he was desperately hoping she hadn't joined the Resistance, because she knew how much he despised the Resistance. He sipped on the coffee he'd gotten before actually getting to the Detainment Center. He could drive, after all.

He pondered on why he could be here. They said to look up somebody, he'd already forgotten the name. But he was pretty sure by their tone of voice that they wouldn't mind that he'd forgotten. Was he really that low of an agent? He didn't know. He didn't care that much to ask. He wondered what would happen if he dozed off. He was really tired, doing paperwork for one of the higher-up agents. That had taken a while. He'd gotten to the Agent headquarters and his roommate took the bottom bunk. And Claudius fell off the top bunk so his back really hurt. He leaned bakc in the chair, closing his eyes. None of the Agents were around, and there was no one important here. Was here? He didn't care. Soon enough, he was off in Dreamland, which would soon turn into a nightmare. Durn.

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The whirring sound of chopper blades filled the air as the helicopter made contact with the building. As soon as the vehicle settled, the doors instantly opened. Several figures clad from head to toe in stark black armor stepped from the raised platform. Walking between them was a man in chains, wearing clothing reminiscent of what would be worn down in the lower part of the slums. Not a word needed to be spoken, as they knew exactly where to take the prisoner.

A brisk walk brought them to the elevator to take them down into the building. The noisy pad was swiftly replaced with the slight hum of the elevator as it accelerated downward through the building. The only thing that interrupted the silence was the clicking of guns. As swiftly as they had entered, they left. The sound of heavy boots filled the halls as they marched along, two men ahead and three men behind their prisoner.

The men in uniforms were all the same, except for the one directly in front of the group, who was missing his helmet. He wore the same black colored light security armor as the rest, but the pauldrons on his shoulders were a dark red color. It was these markings that made him stand out above the group, as more than a simple street enforcer. An agent who had served for years within the government, achieving a fair rank above the rest. His name was Harlan Parvel.

At least he liked to think he was above the rest. In reality, he was probably no more important than the guy underneath him or to the left sitting at the desk. He had received his share of important and unimportant missions, both in the intelligence field and in combat. The only thing that put him slightly closer to the government's hand was his combination of mechanical technology with his human self.

Turning the corner they arrived at a desk. The location was not too far from the main detention levels. Harlan's group stopped short just before the door to the long hallway leading to the detention block. His eyes fell upon the person behind the desk. Upon seeing the man, or rather the young boy, he had to wonder who the hell had stationed this person in a government building. A smirk crossed his face seeing the boy in a sleeping state.

Grabbing his rifle which hung off his shoulder by a strap, he swiftly brought it down on the desk. The end connected with the desk, making a satisfying clang of metal against metal. It was enough to wake the dead, and surely get the attention of anyone and everyone who might be wandering about.

"We have a prisoner here, please put him down, Bill Traveler," Harlan said to the boy in a curt manner. "A notification had already been sent that he would be arriving, I'm sure you are aware," He added, completely sure that the boy was not aware and had no idea. His face held the slight smirk as he spoke, and it only threatened to grow wider. For the moment, he was going to disregard the boy's appearance. They had a prisoner to put away and he wasn't going to waste time messing with some low teenager. He would worry about that later.

Harlan stayed in front of the desk only long enough to watch the boy type on the computer. Raising his hand, he signaled to the officers behind him. Grabbing the prisoner roughly by the arms, they proceeded down the long hallway to the detention block.

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"Radical," was his very reaction to the plan. Gyko was never this hot, going in and out of the very Detention HQ. Sure he has been in banks, police stations and other stuff, but now he is up against government agents not security guard nor policemen. He didn't feel the tension, he just never was in this type of break in. Gyko fixed his hand on the handle and jumped right in taking a sit right behind the pilot. He placed his bag beside him and relaxed as he waited for the chopper to take off.

He thought about the detention place, he already knows some facts about the detention place because of the blue-prints the bribed maintenance gave them. He had to leave his bag, which had non-essentials when it comes to break in. All he probably needs is a dessert eagle, a knife and 7 bullets. Of course his portable flame thrower which could be of use in case he ran out of bullets.

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Carmelita nodded in response to the plan. She was to guard the helicopter. She shifted on her feet and watched at Gyko jumped into the copter. With a sigh, she climbed in after him and kept her eyes down. She didn't know many people due to the fact that she was relatively new. Her fingers tapped her gun as she sat quietly, thinking about the mission. She knew she wouldn't mess it up, but she knew she couldn't afford to so she was a little nervous.

(Sorry about the shortness, again I'm new to this so I'm probably going to start out short. Again. Sorry.)

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Claudius was embarassed that he'd been caught dozing by a man he sort of looked up to, but he didn't let it show. He was a minor agent after all. He nodded and started to type in that the prisoner had made it. So there was someone important coming. He looked up the man, and he sure had a colorful record. He smirked, in disbelief that the man had commited three homicides. He wondered if his sister was included in these homicides. He didn't want to find out. He had to make himself busy so he wouldn't doze off again. He thought of Emily, and then to a minor agent he thought was really cute.

"Emily is missing, right?" He asked himself, nodding in agreement before sighing in embarassment.