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Commander (Jane) Shepard ([personal profile] constituent) wrote in [community profile] re_alignment_logs2013-11-16 01:47 am

the humbling river ; open

WHO: Shepard & you!
WHERE: On the way to the Junk Pile/The Junk Pile.
WHEN: Not long after this rather brash post.
WHAT: Shepard insists on some target practice, alone or with others is up to---well, the others.
WARNINGS: Shooting things? Who knows.

There'd been a rather long delay between the time of her link and the time she actually stepped outside with the intention of going to shoot something. Shepard told herself it was to spend her energy practicing, but in reality, the Commander needed to blow off some steam, let off some stress. A particular turian had shot her the suggestion once. Shooting for survival and shooting for sport were two drastically different things. Sport gave her the time to analyze and improve, and it also gave her the time to meticulously calibrate with instant results. With her affinity with things that shot bullets, those two things would remain infinitely important on her list of hobbies.

Trudging forward in her armor, her life support deactivated with a near armory over her shoulders, Shepard is actually looking forward to 'taking a few shots' in the junkyard. She'd invited all of anyone to join her, and she'd hold to that offer. What did she really have to lose, some more ammo? It wasn't going anywhere. But her sharpshooting was; down the drain. In the rucksack over her other shoulder was her chestplate; something essential to firing the Widow anywhere but in combat. Didn't want to put herself in the hospital after all.

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