The cockpit lights and computers of the Stahlräuber flickered as Jeff Schmidt tried desperately to control the iron brick. The giant chainsaw continued to whir loudly, only muffled by distance and the neo-aluminum frame. Schmidt only had one shot to escape the monster's grasp, and pulling an emegency lever he ejected his chainsaw arm, propelling it towards the Crab. Success, the Chainsaw shattered through the Crab's shell, as the beast screamed, impaled by the now dead chainsaw.
Friedrich sent a voice message to Jeff Schmidt, revealing that communications had not been knocked out yet.
Friedrich: "Sorry, Jeff it won't happen again. I'll get you out of those pincers in a second."
Schmidt: "You might want to hurry, I'm having trouble getting propulsion systems online and the only weapon I have left is my drillpack special."
Friedrich, now locked onto the beast's left joints fired his Gaußkanone. The beam connects and leaves the right claw hanging on by a string. The Stahlräuber is able to free itself from the grip and stumble backwards.
The Kalvinator Mk 20 charges forward with the Crisis Katana Mk I. The blade hits the crab's leg but slides off of the shell and only peeling off a few barnacles.
The crab now with only one claw left swings in a wide range, knocking the Stahlräuber back and the Kalvinator Mk 20 off balance.
Kalvinator Mk 20 115/120
Giant Crab 142/200
Bragallot wrote:Just ask Silverdream. He decides what's true and right, and what someone said or meant at some point, even if they didn't. Clearly he is the most suitable person for fixing this mess.