"So you are saying we will be fighting a combination of Semantinice and la plus stupide of our race? I do not see a problem with it." One of the French men said.
"They are not necessarily the dumbest of your race; they only misunderstand the reasons for which they are truly fighting." Sylpheny replied.
Steve jumped in the conversation, "No, they are about as dumb as it gets. What they believe they are fighting for is ridiculous and they all need to be wiped out with these monsters."
"Thatís enough." Samuel said immediately. "No matter what we have to do to stop this, we must do our best to save as many human lives as possible. It is not acceptable in our creed to kill our own when itís not necessary. We are not a military force to be used in the wars of man."
"Yes, you mustnít harm humans, unless they are an imminent threat to you or others." Sylpheny said.
As this conversation was going on, we were all so concentrated on what was being said that no one had noticed six men had formed around the seating area of the restaurant. Sylpheny was the first to take note of them and immediately her skin changed into her normal turquoise color and her hair glowing bright yellow as if it was fire flowing out of her skull. The men around us pulled automatic weapons out of their long coats and began firing before any of The Redeemers could react. The air rang out with gunfire as the men shot at us and we returned fire from behind tables and the brick wall. Sylpheny was moving towards them one by one. The chaos was like nothing I had ever experienced in battle. As I shot back with Rob to my right, I watched Redeemers from all squads taking hits all around me and many were already dead. I watched Sylpheny kill one man just by grabbing him on the top of the head and he burst into a bright white light.
As the burst of white light blinded everyone in the area, gunfire stopped and all was silent for a few seconds. When the blindness finally subsided, I looked around and only three of us from Alpha Squad were still living, unwounded. Rob, Chris, and I were crouched behind a wall of shards of tables and chairs. Four of the assailants, most likely Semantinice, were still standing.
I am not completely sure what happened next. Sylpheny let out a high pitched scream that made my head feel like it was going to explode and I fell to the ground.
The next thing I knew, I was laying in the hospital bed in Nevada. As far as Iíve seen from watching the news, ISIS is still going strong and making more and more threats. I have no idea what has happened to Rob and Chris and am scared about what is to come.