I stood there, stunned, for what seemed like 10 minutes but was really only 2. As soon as I snapped out of my shock I dove behind a large boulder to my right. The paintball spray followed me. I took out the gun that I couldn't leave at my tree, the gun that the camp had given us. I took aim and fired. Each of the 40 people, including the PE group, getting hit twice before I ran out of ammo. Half the group had fallen down clutching whatever part of their body that I'd hit, girls in the upper chest and guys where the sun don't shine. It was sad though, how it was the army guys and the PE class that were rolling around on the ground in pain. Sadly I'd hit Nick where the sun don't shine as well. After I'd hit him and he was laying on the ground, he looked at me with pain, shock and awe in his eyes. But I quickly turned around. Not wanting to deal with his annoying emotions.
So I poured in another load of bullets and fired another 3 shots at each of the remaining people before quickly ducking back behind the boulder, knocking everyone but 4 to the ground, Solemon, Sandler, Rowland and Black, who had all ducked behind trees in safety. Once I heard no more firing, I looked out again and saw everyone on the ground but those stupid 4, we'll actually they'd be the smart ones. Anyway, they were all standing up with arms raised above their heads in surrender, except Sandler, who had his arms by his side with his gun in his hand.
I stepped out, wearily, keeping my eye on Sandler's gun for any sign of movement. He mustn't have seen the direction my eyes were looking but Solemon did, and he tried to warn Sandler not to move his gun but to drop it. I guess that it wasn't just Solemon and I looking at Sandler's gun, but everyone was. And when Sandler lifted his gun, the whole unit started to scream at him to stop, guess they knew from experience what would happen. Too bad for Sandler though, cause he lifted his gun and they were all to slow cause I reacted like lightning and lifted my gun from my side within in half a second, shooting him another 5 times in the chest, the exact amount that can cause the same feeling as a real bullet.
I don't regret shooting the highest field officer at the camp, he got what he deserved, plus his face was hilarious. He's doubled over with a gasping face trying to get air back into his lungs so he could breath then yell at me I'm guessing. But it won't do him any good. Yelling at MIAA's youngest and top agent that's under 25, isn't a good idea, especially when it's me that they're yelling at.
"Quick suggestion before you get shot another 5 times in the exact same spot, Sandler, you may want to drop your gun and not yell at me. You've heard about what happens to people who yell at me." I stated with venom in my voice. This sort of thing always fires me up that I really just want to add another tally to my wrist (I'll explain that later). I didn't mind the mini attack but I hate it when people try to do something when they know that they're already down and can only dig themselves a deeper grave.
The army revolves around the motto, 'die fighting' where as MIAA teaches everyone to try an live to see another day, even if it means double crossing, it's just what happens when you become a spy. Sadly Sandler learnt his lessons too well and didn't drop his gun. Instead he stood upright, still clutching his stomach where I shot him, and pointed the gun at me. So what did I do, you ask. I did what any trained, professional spy would do in this situation, I pulled out my real gun and pointed it at Sandler.
"I told you Sandler. You may the top around here but I still out rank you in every aspect and you should never disrespect your superiors like this," I really am above him in every way, tactical, physical and rank, "Now put you gun down." I almost yell myself and almost everyone in the whole camp goes quiet with the authority and anger in my voice. Thankfully I didn't have to use my gun cause Sandler put his down on the ground and slid it over to me.
"Thank you Sandler and I'm sorry about this but I will not be shot again after I have already won, twice."
"I understand your training and you understand our motto, it is just engrained into my brain."
And with that Solemon broke the tension and yelled at everyone to clean up and go to their next session. And that's what we all did including me. Thank god.