ironic plot twist, the last thing people expect is the enemy to be his brother
NO! ITS MY BROTHER!!!
this scene shows conflict because the main character is having to decide between the right and the wrong choice. He has to decide weather to smoke and risk giving his position, or to stay safe.
this scene shows an example of irony because the character knows its not a good ideas to smoke but he does anyways, this gives away his position causing him to be shot at
this scene shows the resolution because he looks at the dead enemy and realizes that the enemy is actually his brother, because of the conflict of the main character it led to a chain of reactions that allowed the enemy to be revealed as his brother. does that make the characters decision right?