Trip to a warzone

Trip to a warzone

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Kyle Ranston has decided to take a simple trip to Vancouver, in Canada. But the uprising war between Canada and China has gotten quite aggressive. While the world is at war, Kyle heads into Vancouver, one of the most popular Canadian cities ever. And he has no clue of what will come next...
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Summary

Kyle Ranston has decided to take a simple trip to Vancouver, in Canada. But the uprising war between Canada and China has gotten quite aggressive. While the world is at war, Kyle heads into Vancouver, one of the most popular Canadian cities ever. And he has no clue of what will come next...

Chapter1 (v.1) - Prologue

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Jonathan Butcherson is a Canadian military solider, Corporal rank. The Canadians are assisting Japanese force into landing onto Chinese land. The Chinese are packed with tanks, MG's and assisting North Korean forces.

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Submitted: February 17, 2017

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Jonathan loaded his rifle and aimed as his boat edged closer to the beach. Canadians and Japanese were showing strong naval power, but the Chinese were already firing artillery and rail guns. Jonathan ran with his allies out front to face the Chinese defending position. His mission was to capture the beach and allow Japanese forces to invade.

Jonathon opened fire, stopping Chinese forces from firing for a few seconds. His allies began firing as well. After some time, Jonathan jumped from the boat onto the beach, and began to run.

Jonathon took cover as he reloaded his rifle. Bullets flew everywhere, and bombs exploded every two seconds. The amount of Chinese force that was stationed was huge. Jonathan knew he had to think of a good strategy.

Jonathon looked around. The Chinese forces did not see him, as he was behind cover, and they were focused on oncoming Canadians. Jonathan saw an empty trench, one of which he could sneak into and get to the other side of the Chinese.

But then he saw another path, a direct path up to behind the Chinese. However, it was guarded by a large MG, peppering Canadians. At least with the direct path, Jonathan could see what was there, there could be anything in the trench. But he recognised it to be more dangerous. So what would he choose? Oncoming bullets, but an advantage in sight, or a stealthy path, but with no way of knowing what was in there?


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