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You open your eyes to a narrow hallway with various passages opening to the left and right The walls seem to be made of some pseudo-stucco material You ignore the passages as you head forward to the opening at the end of the hallway A spacious chamber opens up before you with three passageways that open to the left forward and right respectively After a few steps forward you turn around and see another floor above the original hallway you came in about twenty feet up There are ramps from the left and right heading up towards it At the foot of one of the ramps is a small white box with a red cross on it As you walk closer to inspect it footsteps are heard coming from behind you You spin around to face a man of generic description toting a sinister looking modified chain gun Before you can say anything he opens fire unloading three or four rounds into you Time to take evasive action You backpedal to the right arriving at the white box You feel instantly healed Turning you sprint back into the hallway you came in from dodging left and right to avoid flying bullets The second right takes you into a small windowless room with nothing but a low-powered handgun and some loose clips littered about the floor It will serve its purpose The gun seems heavier than it should be as you slam a clip home and take an ambush position to the right of the door The man barges in and misses seeing you You take careful aim and unload eight rounds into the back of his skull As he falls to the ground in his final death throes the words FalcoLombardi fragged NeoNess101 with a handgun appear at the top of your vision You smile to yourself and pick up his chain-gun ready now for anything This is the type of rush most gamers
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