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Legendary U.R.S. vs F.I.S. War Series: Part 5: The Battle For Ryloth: Part 1
This is Part 5: Part 1 in Season 5 of my U.R.S. vs F.I.S. War Series. Please comment, rate and enjoy!
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Iadsgb scrabbled up the steep incline and slipped on a patch of loose gravel as he pulled his comlink out of his belt pouch.



He activated it and waited for a few moments as it connected and then the blue image of Jelli came into life.
“Iadsgb.” She greeted in a dull tone.
“Send the troops! Co-ordinates 6-3-5, 4-1-8! The plains!” Iadsgb shouted as he continued.
Jelli disappeared from view for a moment then returned and replied, “They’re on their way.”



“Good. You stay there on the ship in case I need to contact you again.”
“As you wish.” Jelli ended the link and from where she stood on The Desolation’s bridge, walked back towards the main viewing window where she’d been stood when the call had come through.



The F.I.S. troops had already been briefed and were stood in formation just outside of the main cruiser, ready and waiting for their command to attack and once Captain Jelli had sent it to them, they quick-marched off in formation towards the plains between the gorge and the U.R.S. ships.



The F.I.S. fleet was hidden from view behind a mountain range that was virtually at a right angle to the plains.



Blast and the other leaders ran as fast as they could back towards their ships, the F.I.S. leaders still in pursuit.



As they got gradually nearer to their cruisers, having not had a rest this time as they did when they’d been going in the opposite direction, Falcon looked back to see how far behind their enemy was but as he panned around, noticed something the was far worse.



“BLAST!” he shouted and sprinted for a moment to come up level with R.K.. “Look!”
He pointed to their left towards the mountains and Blast saw what he was meaning.



The F.I.S. army had made their way out of the range and was now growing ever nearer their position.



The head of the U.R.S. thought for a moment about their options and realized that nothing could really be done.
“Keep going! Faster!” he shouted to his men and they picked up the pace to as much as they could manage, now aware of the fact that there was a whole army heading their way as well.



“Hess!” Blast called and slowed down so that the commander could catch up. “Contact Trapp on The Valentine and tell him to ready the troops. Have them come to meet us. We can’t outrun an army so we’ll have to hold and fight back.”
“Yessir!” Hess answered and did as he was commanded.



Onboard both The Manipulator and The Valentine, there was a frantic rush as the troops prepared for battle and soon they were ready and departed, marching from the ship’s vehicle boarding ramps so they could get more out at a time. The troops matched the F.I.S. army’s speed and continued out across the plains, with Blast and the other leaders still heading towards them.



It took several hours until the army got anywhere near and when it did, Blast made his fellow commanders halt and wait for the army to reach them.

The ranks of clones slowed and marched up to them then as one in perfect unison stamped their final step and held fast waiting for instructions.



There was a natural trench a few hundred yards back the way they’d come and Blast had them stretch out along it in formation.



Iadsgb and the other F.I.S. leaders collected at the front of the marching army and continued on their way towards the U.R.S. who they could see had now spread out along a shallow trench. Iadsgb smirked grimly to himself as they marched onwards.



“You!” Blast pointed at the nearest captain who immediately jogged over to him.
“Sir!” he saluted.
“Get back to The Manip’, contact Captain Trapp and tell him to prepare for take-off.”
“Sir!” the Captain saluted again in confirmation and make to set off but Blast added “And get The Manip’ ready too. It’ll be a quick board.”



“Yessir!” the captain jogged off and Blast saw him call to another couple of men as he went.



R.K. looked back out to the front of the trench, out across the plains at the advancing F.I.S. army. He borrowed a pair on vision-enhancers from Padfoot and looked down the lenses. He scanned the close up army and spotted Iadsgb and the other F.I.S. heads in the lead.



He lowered the enhancers and passed them back.
“What did you see?” Padfoot asked.
“Not much. They appear to be playing it straight for once. Nothing fancy, plain marching at us.”



Padfoot pulled a face to say ‘Oh okay then’ and moved slightly further up the line.
Blast looked past him up to the far end of the troops. Flare was at the very end, Falcon a bit further inwards, then Hess, Padfoot, himself



and as he looked to his right he could see Slash, Shock and furthest away, Nightblaze.
Behind him he heard the low rumble of The Valentine’s engines heating up.



A short time later, Iadsgb put his arm up to signal for his forces to halt. They were close enough to attack now.



He pondered for a minute or so what the best course of action was and then discussed it with the other leaders who agreed and set about putting the plan into action.



The F.I.S. troops stretched themselves out so that they were equal in length to the U.R.S. There were near enough exactly the same amount on both sides and as they came to a halt, Blast noticed just this fact and frowned. He didn’t like their chances.



“Ready?” Iadsgb asked Jamie via comlink.
“Yup.” The F.I.S. second in command replied and Iadsgb nodded and put the device back in his belt pouch.



Iadsgb raised his arm high in the air, fist clenched.



“Oh, here we go.” Blast muttered as he saw Iadsgb make the movement. “GET READY!” he shouted up the line in both directions.



“CHARGE!” Iadsgb bellowed and brought his arm down so that it pointed out vertically in front of him towards the awaiting U.R.S. troops.



As one, the F.I.S. army surged forwards, the first few rows with their blasters raised.


BUT WHAT WILL HAPPEN NEXT? FIND OUT IN PART 5: PART 2! COMING THURSDAY 18TH APRIL!



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Comments

 I made it 
  April 12, 2013
Quoting 'Essence of Randomness Isn't Blast supposed to be a good tactician? If so surely he'd know that, if the URS and FIS forces are more or less evenly matched, and the URS are defending a dug in position, THEY have the upper hand, not the FIS. Other than that great as always. -Ess
Hmm... Oh well. Shush. haha Just wait for the next part. ;P Thanks everyone. --Blast--
 I like it 
  April 12, 2013
Isn't Blast supposed to be a good tactician? If so surely he'd know that, if the URS and FIS forces are more or less evenly matched, and the URS are defending a dug in position, THEY have the upper hand, not the FIS. Other than that great as always. -Ess
 I like it 
  April 12, 2013
Awesome Blast!
 I like it 
  April 12, 2013
awsome!!! I want to no what happens next!!! come on guys, this deservs way more lkes than this!
 
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