OBJECTIVE II - POST II - PUSHING THE ASSAULT
Obeying the orders of Darth Rowe, Alec Rimmer pushed forward to the front of the Sith assault, where he would be able to do the most damage. Slicing his way through two Chiss soldies on his way to the front-line, he fell into the rhythm of battle and the deathly movements of his crimson saber flowed naturally as would be expected of an expert. Body after body hit the ground as he pursued the Chiss forces closely followed by the Sith troopers of the Jen'ari. They would hold his back, they always did. Alec, although not tired of the merciless cutting of his lightsaber, felt the urge to engage the enemy on more equal terms, so with a mere thought accompanied by the slight flick of his wrist, he force-pulled a blaster from the hands of a Chiss soldier and into his own. Putting away his saber, Alec administered a point-blank shot to the face of the man whose weapon had just been wrested from his grip. As the corpse fell to the ground, a face of surprise showing on what was left of its face, Alec proceeded to mix his own blaster-fire with that of the Jen'ari troops who continued to advance alongside himself. Shot after shot landed and the carcasses of defenders began to pile up. With a quick jerk of his torso, he would change sight inline with a Chiss defender climbing from the safety of his cover. Repeating this step time after time, he began to fall in rank with the troops. They would pay no mind to him, he was another soldier, a brother on a mission, that being the destruction of resisting forces and the claiming of the Mobus System for the Jen'ari Empire.
With the fight raging on a movement was caught out of the corner of his eye, a troop of Chiss were taking position with heavy machine-guns on a skywalk above the attacking Jen'ari force. The position of the Jen'ari was soon to be compromised as they were nearing a narrow pass and the Chiss would have a perfect bottleneck to pin down any advance. Thinking it over in his head, Alec responded to himself.
"I guess I'll just have to teach those boys a lesson about playing with guns..."