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Fetor Strikes! Page 2 by mja42x Fetor Strikes! Page 2 by mja42x
The second of a 2 page intro for the January 2013 DU Challenge. Fetor unleashes numerous drones to wreck additional havoc. Luckily, the new Thunder Force team arrives on the scene to stop the threat. But will they be enough to handle Fetor and all his drones? What will happen to those drones that escape the city limits?

Side Note - As you can see here, the Mighty American is the leader of the new Thunder Force team. Given his past association and experience as leader of the ESI team, the Mighty American was best suited to fit the leadership role.

created by :iconlordwormm:
Mighty American created by :iconbogmonster:
Arrow-Kill and Thunder Force created by :iconmja42x:
Cross created by :iconproject-shadowblaze:
Wildman created by :iconxdante619:
Animal Boy created by :icon127thlegion:
Miss July created by :iconkaufee:
Thunderhead created by :icongaston25:
Tsunami created by :iconclockwerksoul:

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127thlegion Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Those drones look ODDLY familiar. Something tells me there is a higher power behind this attack...
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mja42x Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2013
Hmmm...perhaps :)
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N-I-V-E-K Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2013
If Arrow-Kill kills someone in battle, can legal action be taken against him, or is he protected by the government?
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mja42x Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2013
Depends on who he kills. If he has the authority to take out certain individuals, then he was just following orders. However, if he were to accidently kill a random civilian, I'm sure he would get in trouble for it. However, the government would probably settle the issue before it got out of hand in the media. Arrow-Kill though is skilled enough to not kill someone with a stray arrow. Why exactly do you ask?
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N-I-V-E-K Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2013
I was curious, as "kill" was in his codename. So that naturally got me to thinking whether or not he had a license to kill. I was even more curious, as I was wondering if the other members of Thunder Force are o.k. working alongside an individual with governmental consent to kill under orders.:)
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mja42x Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013
Operatives working for the government (whether it's officers or military) kill if there's no other option, or in self defense (among other reasons). Thunder Force works the same way. They'll try to find a way not to kill, but if necessary, they have authority to do so if it's in self defense or if they are ordered to. A questionable killing however would probably get a member in trouble if it wasn't ordered or in self defense.
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N-I-V-E-K Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013
Thanks for the info!:)
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acaroa Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
So, did Fetor get his Robots from anywhere in the universe in particular? Or was he the one that built them? I just had an idea for their origins, since Fetor is a world conqueror and all that, and wanted to know if there was any history on them already or if you had something else planned in the works...
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mja42x Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
I actually already have plans for the drones and why they were created, which will be explained in the outro pages at the end of the month.
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acaroa Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
Ok. Just wanting to make sure. Thanks.
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