Russian Roulette (part 2)
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Failure is unacceptable!
Come on... you can do better...
Actually, Rykov was a young man in disguise named Grant. Grant was an assassin working for a criminal organization called Scorpia. Grant shot Sharkovsky, his cook, and his guard.
Come on... just press the trigger!
Yassen found out and Grant kidnapped him. Grant brought him to the headquarters of the organization, Scorpia. Grant was killed by the leader because Sharkovsky was not dead, he was critically injured.
John is the winner!
The leader, Mrs. Rothman sent Yassen to a training facility, where Yassen was supposed to train to become an assassin. He did very well in all his classes and made friends easily.
Yassen was sent on a mission to assassinate a New Yorker, supposed to be easy prey. However, Yassen's personality was not fit for killing. He failed the mission and was sent to train even more.
This time he was partnered up with a more experienced assassin named John Rider. John was a very good fighter with expert markmanship. Yassen looked up to John.
On John and Yassen's first mission, which was to kill a drug lord, a black widow leapt on Yassen's neck. John had two choices: Kill the drug lord, but Yassen would be bitten, or nudge the spider off, by which the drug lord would be safely on his helicopter.
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