Heist Lessons [Invite] Sept 9, 2021 20:15:39 GMT -5
Post by Dai on Sept 9, 2021 20:15:39 GMT -5
The plan was simple and quick. They would break into the bank and steal as much money as they possibly could. By this time, this wasn't Kon's first heist, participating in quite a few robberies in small banks. Since her recovery from the battle at Snakes HQ and her subsequent punishment, she had been helping out with the smaller tasks in order to regain trust. How pathetic was it to once be part of the esteemed Elite only to fall into your typical gang member, prepping for heists. At the very least, since her demotion the success rates have skyrocketing, with Kon being both the perfect distraction and muscle if needed. Even so, the police was a pain to deal with. The riskier the heist was, the sneakier they acted. As boring as she thought it was, Kon was really in no place to say. She lost her power in the organization and now she had to build it back up. That fucking sucked, but she wasn't keen on risking getting kicked out anymore, seeing as there were others that cared for her. She didn't want to leave them so soon.
Kon's PL: 52,000 | Ki Suppression Reduces it down to 1
Their target now was the most dangerous of them all: the headquarters of the Bank of Terra, a rather large organization that spanned the entire planet. Seeing how popular they were, surely there was quite a bit of money to be made. Plus, this time around if the heist were to succeed she would be taking a sizable cut, much larger than her typical amount. For her own interest, there was no way she was missing something like that. What she would be doing with her money would be a question for later. For now, they had to make their way in.
It was the dead of night, when most workers had left, leaving only the hired guards to protect the copious amounts of cash hidden inside. Kon's job was simple: knock out all the guards and take out the cameras, allowing for the rest to come in without being spotted. Someone was in the midst of disabling the alarm, allowing her to make a silent entrance. Seeing as the point of the operation was to go in without alerting attention, Kon was careful with her movement and strength, knocking guards out through a strike in the back of their head and shattering cameras with her fingers to make it seem as if a gunshot had disabled them. She hovered above their sights as flying was more silent than walking around, making sure to stick to the shadows. It was only when she was positive they were all unconscious when she gave the signal, allowing everyone to come in. Now it was time to play the waiting game, covering her coworkers and acting as a distraction in case someone tried to stop them, giving them the precious time needed to escape in the process. For now, there was nothing she could do but wait and look around for the signal to escape.