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Generals2logo.png The following is based on content cut from Command & Conquer (2013) and has not been confirmed by canon sources.
Kell reveals himself to Danko
Kell reveals himself to Danko



Generals 2 (animatics)

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

Plot[edit | edit source]

The scene begins with an injured Danko climbing out of the wreckage of his helicopter. He faces a group of GLA soldiers, whom he demands that they must continue to fight on. However the troops refused, simply turning their backs and walking away. Dismayed, Danko attempts to shoot himself in the head. But as he was about to pull the trigger, his right arm was shot off.

Jarmen Kell, with his sniper rifle, appears before Danko. The soldiers learned of Danko's betrayal, and realigned themselves with the true leader of the GLA. Kell taunts the defeated Danko, saying that he should have never made a martyr out of Kell. As Danko falls over and bleeds to death, Kell walks back with the GLA soldiers.

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Transcript[edit | edit source]

Danko climbs out of the wreckage of his helicopter, seeing a group of GLA troops.
G2 Logo GLA.png Danko: Fight on comrades!... Victory is within our grasp!
GLA soldiers turn their backs and walk away.
G2 Logo GLA.png Danko: Fight on!... Fight!!!
Danko, fazed, reaches for his gun and prepares to shoot himself in the head.
Kell shoots Danko's right arm clean off. Danko is shocked to see the supposedly dead martyr before him.
G2 Logo GLA.png Danko: Kell... why do you torment, even from the grave?
G2 Logo GLA.png Jarmen Kell: You have failed to learn even the first lesson of counterinsurgency Danko - never create a martyr.
As Kell walks away with the rest of the soldiers, Danko falls over and bleeds to death.

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