The Wasatch Sanction
With three agents down, W.A.LU. reached out to me. Giving me little option to say no, (apparently my collection of jade and bejeweled chopsticks had drawn the interest of the I.R.S) I accepted the sanction. Knowing the dangers posed by Dendrite I demanded that Agent P, Special Operative B and Master Sargent K join me. I began the attack where Agent D left off
Dendrite fought back, trying to suffocate me
A tactic I would come to expect
Special Operative B encountered the same defense
Feeling the battle slipping in favor of Dendrite, Master Sargent K threw herself into the fray. For her, danger isn’t an option.
She laughs in face of Dendrite’s worst.
With haste, Special Operative B launched a flanking attack on the target. He was met with heavy resistance.
but refused to quit,
and with a whooping battle cry, emerged from the grips of the “other side.”
With his ferocious attack, Special Operative B turned the tide of the day. Sensing our foe on the ropes, we pressed the advance. Leading the charge, Agent P drove headlong into Dendrite’s elite guard,
and proceeded to boff that quiff.
Following on his heels I charged into Dendrite’s communications network, slashing my way through his rear echelon,
my black diamond edges proving to be too much for the broken defenders.
With Dendrite and his agents in tatters, we advanced, driving them to the edge.
With a mighty roar, the young Special Operative B finished off Dendrite and pushed him off the edge:
And with that, the sanction of Dendrite was complete.
Much thanks to Lionel Hutz for the magical prose and superior sanctioning skills, Justin Altman for his keen eye in finding and exploiting Dendrite’s weaknesses through his B&W beauties, Ben Peters for his innate ability to get deeper into Dendrite’s layer then anyone else all while wielding his 40D, and Solitude Mountain Resort for hosting a portion of this Dendrite expose. It’s all fun and games here at FIS – Check out Vermont’s invasion of New Hampshire.
Read about the author: Porter Haney