The soldiers are serious. For them, nothing is happening, just pointing to the container and waiting for the order of their sergeant.
At that moment, the Captain arrives with several scientists.
Capt. Rok: "Idiots, put down your weapons" looks into the container's window and sees that the subject has woken up.
One of the soldiers manages to see, and his face becomes more serious and even a little disgusting.
Soldier 4: "A CHILD ???" "What the fuck is going on?"
Sgt. Miller arrives at the scene, watching everything calmly—only he, Capt. Rock and other scientists knew very well what was inside.
Sgt. Miller: "Soldier, leave."
Soldier 4: "Permission to speak freely."
Sgt. Miller: "Denied." "Leave now, it's an order" - His voice inspires respect and fear.
Capt. Rok checks the instruments of the container makes some adjustments and gets the subject back to sleep—with a smile of excitement.
Little by little, they were finishing up the camp, separating each structure as it is due, some of the soldiers were really impressed with the level of technology for this mission, nor in their dreams were going to imagine to see so many technological advances.
Soldier 4 approaches the other soldiers.
Soldier 4: "Is it incredible what money can do?" "But not only that but how far can the Red Star Alliance go?" "I think nothing can surprise me anymore" - Referring to the technology and the boy, the other soldiers remained silent.
Capt. Rok and Sgt. Millers meet in a room to talk about what needs to be done, verify that they have enough supplies for their stay. Sgt. Miller also talks to the other soldiers to verify that they have everything necessary for the mission.
Capt. Rok meets with his staff, around 10—(would have been 15 but remember how the other 5 lost their lives)—their faces change to a more opaque and sad tone. Those images will remain in their memories forever.
The meeting is simple, Capt. Rok explains that the last ingredient they need is here. Everyone is happy but at the same time confused because they do not know what that ingredient is—nobody really knows.
He goes on to explain that he had heard of a planet that possesses mystical creatures thought to be extinct or that they only exist in fairy tales and there he would find what he is looking for.
Capt. Rok: "Dragons" "Our final ingredient is inside a dragon."
The atmosphere becomes silent, their first impression on these animals was nothing but sad, heartbreaking memory of his companions come back to their minds again.
Scientist - Lora: "Boss, and how are we supposed to work with these animals?"—A nervous smile appears on her face.
Capt. Rok: "As you all know, this mission is sponsored by the Red Star Alliance" "Where they include 6 soldiers specially trained for missions like this." "We also have the best technology that money can buy." "Be calm, this will be easy."
They take the container to one of the structures that are designed specifically for it, this structure is more robust and has some security and containment systems.
Sgt. Miller gathers his staff and they begin to study possible plans to capture a dragon.
Sgt. Miller: "The plan is simple." "These tranquilizers are special so that they do not affect the composition of the target's blood, it is the same one that is being used in the rest of the project but more concentrated, the idea is to fill it with this until the dragon faints and put it in the cage, but since we are not sure the tranquilizer is enough we will use one of us as bait, inside one of the cages, so we make sure that if the tranquilizer does not work at least the dragon will go in the right direction." "These cages have an exit so once you are inside you should be able to exit and the dragon won't"—The environment becomes even darker. Missions where someone is used as a bait do not usually end well.
One soldier interrupts.
Soldier 3: "Permission to speak freely."
Sgt. Miller: "Go ahead."
Soldier 3: "The radar indicates that there are not only dragons but other large creatures that do not exist in our database." "This planet has a high level of carnivorous creatures and not only that but even those that are not are also very aggressive."—Showing videos of some drones that were doing reconnaissance in the area of how they were attacking almost immediately.
In the same video, you could see how a herbivorous creature killed its hunter.
This planet is the exact interpretation of the law of the strongest.
The atmosphere becomes a little tenser because they had never met with such aggressiveness in the universe. Everything that lives here can kill them.
Soldier 3: "Sgt. that without counting the flora." "We do not know if they are poisonous or dangerous plants." "We will have to go with a lot of caution."
Sgt. Miller: "I understand, it will not be a problem, and we will use a new prototype of armors, These will help us in strength, resistance, tracking and alert us of any problem."
They get ready, taking weapons, drones and several cages. The new armors have weapons and missiles and force field, to use one of those armors is like 10 soldiers in 1, this without counting the level of experience of said soldier.
Sgt. Miller chooses 5 wood sticks from the floor and breaks one in private.
Sgt. Miller: "I have 5 wood sticks. Choose one and the one that chooses the shortest one will be the bait."
Soldier 4, grabs the shortest wand—a smile of emotion runs down his face—is part of the job and he has experience in life and death missions.
Before leaving they take measures that the camp has enough security, they replace the cannon 4 with a new one, and they improve the parameters of the guns and traps to avoid possible attacks like the previous one.
They get in a vehicle, make sure they have everything for the hunt and leave.
Sgt. Miller: "From this moment on, kill everything that moves."
Soldiers: "AYE AYE SARGENT."