The Condemned.

Discussion in 'THREAD ARCHIVES' started by DisasterousConcubine., Mar 7, 2015.

  1. Jack Coridall is awaiting execution in a corrupt Korean prison for being exhaulted of a crime that he did not commit. A ex military and special Bio-OPS team member, the death of nearly 700 illegal and corrupt men, bringing down the Salvadorian judgement. He is "purchased" by a wealthy television producer and transported to a deserted island in the South Pacific along with nine other condemned criminals and several ex- military; similarly purchased from prisons around the world. (I.e. Japan, Korea, Iraq, Africa, etc) They are "offered" the opportunity to avoid capital punishment and win back their freedom by fighting to the death in an illegal game to be filmed and broadcast live over the Internet.

    A bomb is placed on the ankle of every contestant, each featuring a 40 -hour countdown timer, and a pin (similar to a grenade) that will detonate the bomb after a ten-second delay. The winner will have the bomb removed and be given their freedom as well as a pocket full of cash as the prize. Ian Breckel, the producer, is aiming for online ratings that equal or beat the latest Super Bowl reception of 40 million television viewers or more, aiming to have the most broadcast air and points in television history.

    As the broadcast progresses, FBI agents discover Coridal's real identity as Jack Rimely, after a tip from one of Coridal's former classmates. Coridal is discovered to be a former Delta Force operative who was captured on a Black ops mission to El Salvador after bombing a building controlled by drug dealers. Conrad's wife, Sarah becomes aware of the situation and watches the show at the local bar she works at as it

    Ervin Alexander and Sauttra Yamachi team up to remove the competition, while Yasantwa uses her wiles to trick others to their death. After seeing the show's broadcast tower before the show, Jack infiltrates the tower and calls Sarah, managing to tell her the latitude of the island before he is forced to leave. Throughout the battle within the people, they're made to spread out across the land of the island, gaining access to drop boxes along the way, with holding weapons, grenades, among other things. A husband and wife team, and several other elite forces. Causing rape, violence, and meniacle senates. After the other seven contestants have died, Jack is left alone against McStarley and Saiga. He stabs Saiga, and McStarley flees. Eventually, a helicopter drops a shotgun down to McStarley, who uses it to hunt down Jack. After Jack falls into a stream, McStarley runs into the cameraman and his armed guard dressed in ghillie suits while searching for Jack, and shoots them, picking up the guard's MP5 submachine gun.

    When McStarley and Jack meet again, Jack ends up rolling over a cliff and into a stream to avoid being shot by McStarley's shotgun. Jack is presumed dead by the fall, and McStarley is declared the winner. As McStarley is being driven to the control tower to collect his prize, Breckel hears that the FBI has sent United States Navy SEALs to take him into custody. After he meets McStarley and de-activates his bomb, he tells him that he will not receive his prize money. Breckel and McStarley fixed the game in his favor in exchange for his freedom and profits. McStarley takes an MP5 from one of the guards, and kills the tech team in the building, one by one, even though they truthfully did not know that Breckel was abandoning them all. When he corners Julie, Breckel's girlfriend, he is confronted by Jack, who shoots him several times after talking briefly. Jack grabs McStarley's two machine guns and chases down Breckel, who is fleeing the island in a helicopter. After emptying the two guns firing at the helicopter, he is given McStarley's re-activated ankle bomb by Julie. Jack throws it into the helicopter, which explodes and crashes into a cliff.

    The epilogue shows Jack driving up to a ranch in Southern Texas, where his reflection goes from to stepping out of the car, Sarah stepping out onto the porch. A smile graces across his face.

    (I have a second part to this, containing almost six years after the incident.)

    Jack is taken abroad once more, when agents show up to his home in southern Texas with his wife, they have two children. But this time things are different. He goes into the mission, being a secret detection, but is framed. It's a setup. The television coriography is based upon the illegal game once more, a rematch between the one survivor and more closet inmates. The same maniacs, rapists, and murders that he had battled before, this time in Cuba, off a Island of Puerto Rico. Or close to it, from what they know.

    And come to find out, his wife is involved, provoking her to fight by her husbands side. Jack is limited and tied, falling on his knee's blackness all he sees. Before a bright light stings his eyes and he realizes he's in the same horror story of which he had lived once before. Opening his eyes, he sees another familiar character, his wife... being unmasked right beside him. The red button's flickering against their ankles. For the once again, fight of their life.