It had been a longer and dirtier trek than Kristie would have liked to find the enemy army. She supposed she should be glad for it. After all, that meant they were well away from the city she called home and the war was going well for her country. Perhaps her help was unnecessary? She couldn’t forget how concerned that general sounded when talking to his wife that night though. It was one thing for her to steal from the rich bastards in the city who could afford it. Others may consider it a crime but she considered it a good way to go about getting by in the world. That did not mean she did not care about her country and was unwilling to join the effort against the invaders. So she spent a week making some special devices that should do some serious damage to their supplies if nothing else and set out. Three days later she crouched in the trees a fair distance from the main camp. She found herself somewhat nervous but determined. This was a bit bigger of a raid than simply breaking into some high tech house. She lifted her wrist and glanced at the time piece upon it. It was a couple hours past midnight now, which should be sufficiently before the third watch change of the night for the second watch to be sufficiently unobservant. “Well then” She murmured to herself. “Let’s do this.” She leapt down silently to the ground and pulled her cloak tight about herself as she darted through the night like a shadow.She came to the first guard and tossed a rock in the opposite direction she was coming from. She grinned as he started, as if he’d been half asleep, and move a few feet forward to look blearily in that direction. She took her opportunity and slipped behind him. Kristie made her way carefully into the outer edge of the middle of the camp, she didn’t want to deal with any more perimeter guards, and worked her way towards the supplies. She was feeling pretty confident by the time she got there, the camp seemed to be pretty much dead past the initial guard ring on the outside. She strode right into the middle of the food supplies and started pulling out little circular devices from her pockets, setting them in roughly even distances apart as she worked her way through the area. She was humming softly to herself as she focused on her task, not paying as much attention as perhaps she should while in an enemy camp.