Re: Amethyst's great heist
Fri Nov 07 2008 07:12 PM
(I own a corgi, too. A Pembroke one, though.) After doing some major adjustments to the seat to steering wheel ratio, as well as removing two attachable peddle sticks (for Corgi proportions), Santo is able to get into the truck and look under the dashboard. There he's easily going to have a fun time jumping the ExFed truck. VROOM! It starts! Woo! Just as C.W.Corgi is leaving the building.
Now the irony of this moment is, while Santo is in the now operationally purring Ford, Corgi - while leaving the building - is too distracted by the clip board in his stumpy little paws to look up. He stops on the sidewalk, jots something down, fixes his glasses, then turns away from Santo and directly into the building next door.
Santo peels the ExFed truck out of its place with a sullen squeel of inner car workings and stops it infront of the bank that Ame is currently in the midst of terrorizing. On his way into putting the car in Park, he accidentally bumps the truck into a fire hydrant - which then proceeds to ceremoniously leak heavy amounts of water into the streets.
If he cares to walk in, he'll see a rather large explosion (all puff, little magic) followed by a string of swearing. Ame, giving up on the key thing, tried to blow up open the vault. The cocktail she used for the explosion put a hefty dent in the vault door and destroyed all brick around it - including part of the roof - which caved in around her. Kelly was now in the corner of the room, still behind the split countertop (that Ame has widened further to get through), and now rapidly pressing a second emergency police button.
The door to the bank, which was supposed to be sealed when the button is pressed, was set ajar and at an awkward angle by Amethyst's first swipe.
"Dammit!" Ame roared, kicking the vault with the single huge impact dent in the door, to no avail. She was practically black in powder residue on her front side only.