Objective I: Traitors
Zoltan found himself laying flat on the hard, cold ground, camouflaged in brush, letting him blend easily into the tree-lined hill in which he waited. In his hands, he held his Adventurer, it's barrel and scope trained on the rooftop of a building approximately one hundred and fifty meters in the distance. On the rooftop were two lookouts, idly pacing back and forth in an attempt to patrol the area around the marked warehouse containing the weapons stash. He'd been watching them for nearly an hour now, waiting for the signal.
There was a soft buzz in his pocket. Reaching into it, Zoltan retrieved his comlink, which was displaying a green light: meaning only one thing.
Placing the comlink on the ground next to him, Zoltan returned his attention to the scope. He looked into it and targeted the first lookout. The crosshairs lined up directly between the man's shoulder blades. Steadying his breathing, Zoltan's finger tensed on the trigger, and finally, he exhaled and squeezed the trigger.
The silenced weapon kicked as it spit out a metal slug, and in less than the blink of an eye, the lookout lifelessly crumpled to the ground, a large and bloody hole tattooed on his back. But Zoltan had already moved on, moving the rifle to place the other guard in the line of fire. He squeezed the trigger before the poor man had had the chance to even react to this partner's death. His head popped like a balloon, sending out a shower of blood and brain matter, much like candy from a piñata.
Zoltan withdrew himself from his rifle, looking to the rooftop with his own eyes, looking for any sign of movement, any indication that there were more than the two guards. But, there weren't. Confident that no alarms had been tripped, Zoltan grabbed his comlink and pressed a button. A purple light began to flash, indicating that the quadrant to the Northeast of the weapons stash had been eliminated and secured.
He began to break down his rifle as he waited for the others to report in before he'd move forward into the next phase.