Funny how things go to hell Shifter, thought.
Women can't live with them, can't use their bones for soup... How the hell was he going to sit down at the Deacons table and tell the other 12 that the northern charters were blowing apart over an ol' lady? They shouldn't have been on the run in the first place damn it! Should of kept it like the old days, no women, no kids, just some outlaws and their bikes... why did things have to be so complicated?
It was a beautiful Saturday, the No R.U.B. run to Rainier. 6 charters representing King Counties' finest rolled out of Tacoma like a thunderstorm, running down the miles with the careful precision and carefree manner of the practiced masters that they were. Master of all they surveyed and trouble for those who stepped in their way. Early afternoon found them at the base of the mountain and the spread the women had laid out for their highway kings was as good as last years, hell maybe even better. The booze began flowing and that’s when the trouble started. It's funny I don't even remember which ol' lady it started over. All I know is someone got rubbed and it was the wrong damned way, then the cussing and shovin' next thing I know it's chains and buckles then BOOM! Bigger than life the Concrete charters shot caller is laying on the ground holding his leg and the bloods pouring out and then that’s when it got serious. Knew it was gonna get worse, just didn't know it was gonna be this bad. Cooler heads prevailed for a minute, bikes kicked over and the boys scattered to the four winds.
That’s how we got here, now the genies out of the bottle and I don't know if we are ever gonna get him back in.
The Concrete charter of the 40 Thieves has patched over to Redwood Devils, the grow operation and all the border business is in jeopardy and Concrete may not be that only charter that goes. We got ICE agents crawling all over the border area, no doubt some dimes got dropped over this... all over a ol' lady.
Meanwhile in Concrete......
He crossed the bar and picked up the phone...
"Yeah, it's me."
He listened to the words coming out of the handset.
"No, I’m not sure how many are ready to patch over, I know the clubs sick and I aim to gut it, spill that sickness all over King County."
He gripped the phone tightly, taking in every word.
"Yes, the grow operation is still running."
Slowly the plan was spelled out.
"First thing we plan to do, I'm going to tell the boys now. We’ll get it done, bye."
He clicked the receiver into place...thinking to himself, if hell hath no fury like a woman scored, wait till they get a load of me.
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Announcing our commanders for this event:
Heading up The 40 Thieves we have John "Balz" Belz of Joint Fury.
A member of Joint Fury since it's inception , he is currently the Captain of Jawbreaker. Balz played his first scenario in 1994 and commanded his first scenario in 1995. He is a veteran of over 30 scenarios and this will be his fourth Generalship.
Balz brings a lot of experience to the table , a very capable mission point style player with a lead from the front command attitude.
Leading the Redwood Devils for this event we have Kevin "Harbinger" Sheil of The Moles and Trailgunners
Harb began playing paintball in 1987 and played his first scenario in 2001 at Wayne's World and has commanded 6 times including 2010 Wayne Dollack's Grand Finale. Harb has winning in his blood with not only multiple command victories but a bevy of MVTs and MVPs with his teams The Trailgunners and The Moles. He describes his playing style at metaphysically ambiguous but it seems to be working.