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Let's work down the chain of command, all the way to the bottom

too find a young man named T1mmy, of which, had a problem.

 

He couldn't fire a weapon, did not dare to the Rebels bring harm.

So I brought him here alone, and may have removed an Arm.

 

Now he sits, crying to sleep, his time has now been set

You won't be seeing him, such time has just been met.

 

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god i wish that were me

Ummmm this is actually really COOL and ODD too. Nice Poem.

It literally says "Imperial Forum RP" in the thread title. The forums are strictly OOC and not for RP (which is annoying but hey, you can go argue with the higher-ups instead).

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32 minutes ago, Fox said:

My analysis of this poem.

 

Among the flock, the roosters group 

- Could be talking about the Nova and MHC as a flock.

When little Roostine strays the coup

- Roostine walks away from the MHC compound.

 

The farmer spots her, takes her by hand

- Someone took her and lead her somewhere

 

Takes her away, to a place none could stand

- Takes her to a place no one could stand. These could be areas on the ship that are restricted. Eg: ISB HQ, Engine room, Bridge, Brig. etc

 

The farmer broke her ribs, the same for her jaw

- Torture

 

That'll teach Roostine

- Roostine did something that a certain law enforcement did not consider lawful.

 

Not to play games with Law

 

The flash of a beam, her memory now a blank

- Someone removed her memory of the situation, a comman thing that ISB do...

 

Don’t play innocent with me, that ship has long sank

- Roostine may have had run ins with this individual before.

 

So be my Puppet, test your might

See who comes next, 

 

See

 

Who is right.

 

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Those are my theories.

probably an ISB agent.

You play a good game, half is true.

 

Of which is right, is up to you.

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Deducing members, we know that it cant be isb, it cant be mhc, I reckon it is a naval officer.

Perhaps Qteks? But nah it aint his type. It won’t be Cody. It isn’t staff.

An engineer perhaps? Wilson?

 

Could be an individual regiment but that is unlikely. Could be DT, SCAR, Inferno. I deduce that it is a female character.

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4 minutes ago, Mauler said:

Deducing members, we know that it cant be isb, it cant be mhc, I reckon it is a naval officer.

Perhaps Qteks? But nah it aint his type. It won’t be Cody. It isn’t staff.

An engineer perhaps? Wilson?

 

Could be an individual regiment but that is unlikely. Could be DT, SCAR, Inferno. I deduce that it is a female character.

Deducing members is fickle and thin.

To truly see justice, one must highlight the hints.

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7 minutes ago, pinejack said:

"Among the flock, the roosters group"

Roostine's flock would be Military High Command, or more specifically the MHC secretaries division.

 

"When little Roostine strays the coup"

When Roostine leaves MHC for her many duties. Little could be referring to her being relatively new to MHC, but could also indicate that the person who is leading Roostine is much older than her.

 

"The farmer spots her, takes her by hand"

A person, who is described as a farmer (could be due to work placing), gets Roostine to follow them somewhere.

 

"Takes her away, to a place none could stand"

This could mean one of several things. A place in which somebody could not stand due to the area being off-limits, such as the ISB Headquarters. It could also mean somewhere a person could literally not stand up, such as in the ventilation system. It could also mean somewhere in which a person could not stand, as in could not resist, such as in a confined prison cell or torture room.

 

"The farmer broke her ribs, the same for her jaw"

This section of the poem depicts the author torturing Roostine by first breaking her ribs, meaning multiple, followed by breaking her jaw. This could be symbolic as to the fact that Roostine had said something to somebody else that she was not mean to say, or to make her face match that of the Navy/ISB as within these two fields, a broken jaw is a common injury, which often leads to facial disfigurement.

 

"That'll teach Roostine"

This indicates that the person doing this to Roostine is doing it to get a point across to her.

 

"Not to play games with Law"

 

It seems, from this line, that Roostine had stumbled upon something that she wasn't meant to or that she had done something to the author to warrant these actions. Notice that it says "play games with Law", opposed to "play games with THE Law" which indicates that Law is a person, not the judicial system.

 

"The flash of a beam, her memory now a blank"

This line would indicate that the author has access, via either issue or capture, to a version of the ISBs mind-wiping technology. Earlier it is stated that the author is trying to teach Roostine a message, but by wiping her mind, it would appear as if Roostine is merely a means to get a message across to another individual.

 

"Don’t play innocent with me, that ship has long sank"

This part of the poem would indicate that during the 'torture', Roostine denied any knowledge of what she had done to the author. It would also appear as if the author and Roostine have a deeper, more personal connection, as the author mentions that she has lied to them before and due to this, their trust has been broken and is now beyond redemption.

 

"So be my Puppet, test your might"

This line makes it seem as if the author as recruited Roostine for some kind of task in order for her to redeem herself, maybe to the author, maybe for some other reason. Notice how the 'p' in the word puppet was capitalised, this makes it seem as if there is another meaning behind it besides just being a standard puppet.


"See who comes next,"

From this line, it would appear that the author has recruited Roostine to bring more people to them. Could they have quarries with other members of the ship?

 

"See" "Who is right."

These two lines put together indicate that the author is trying to persuade Roostine into seeing things from the author's point of view.

 

"Neither Victims nor Saints, all who fall under law shall suffer the same fate."

This line is an odd one. The words 'victims' and 'saints' are both capitalised, indicating that these are not just words to describe somebody, but are actually people and could possibly be the next victims of the author. It is also odd how the word 'law' is not capitalised in this sentence, but once again, it says 'those who fall under law' instead of 'those who fall UNDER the law', indicating it is actually a person and if they get on their wrong side, they will suffer the same fate as Roostine.

 

"There will be more soon."

This means that the author intends to strike again, possibly on the 'victims' and 'saints' as mentioned in the earlier passage.

 

"Law and Order"

This 'Order' is not mentioned previously but if my assumptions are correct from the poem above, and 'Law' is indeed a person, it could mean that another individual is helping the author, 'Law'. This person could be Roostine as they were 'recruited' by 'Law' earlier in the poem.

 

Very good my friend, that's a good start.

Now see my other work, and tell them apart.

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