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Catharsis
Legrand hiding from Agembe
Legrand hiding from Agembe
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Generals 2 (animatics)

Catharsis is the title of an animatic for Generals 2, given to the first part of the nineteenth in its sequence. It is one of the nine animatics publicly released by CnCSaga in 2014.[1]

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Agembe's forces have been chasing Legrand. Legrand's car crashes into a building, forcing him to escape his vehicle and hide in the building. Agembe has his tanks surround the entrance. He then calls out for Legrand's surrender, but Legrand remains quiet. Agembe also proclaims that North Africa belongs to him.

Hearing no response, Agembe orders one of his tanks to fire on the building again, forcing Legrand to yell that he accepts Agembe's demands. Before leaving, Agembe throws out a bicorne from Paris as a "gift" for Legrand.

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Transcript[edit | edit source]

Agembe's tanks fire upon Legrand's speeding limousine, which crashes into a building.
Legrand escapes and hides in the building, seeing himself cornered by Agembe's forces.
G2 Logo EU.png Agembe: Pierre! Surrender now and I will spare your life. Be thankful for our long mutual history - our "friendship". Today it saves your life, but you need to understand this Pierre - North Africa is mine! If I even suspect a double-cross, I will kill you! Am I understood?!
Agembe orders one of his tanks to fire on the building.
G2 Logo EU.png Pierre Legrand: I... I understand!
G2 Logo EU.png Agembe: I brought you a souvenir from Paris!
Agembe throws out a bicorne.
G2 Logo EU.png Female EU officer: He's done.
G2 Logo EU.png Agembe: For now...
Agembe's forces pull out.

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