After being hired by the CIA as a mercenary, a man teams up with four other mercenaries to stop drug lords from taking a plane hostage.

    Drug Run

    Penpusher Posted on March 14, 2020 in Action.
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      I like the idea of outlaws (i.e. mercenaries) having to operate inside the law. And I like the idea of 4 loners coming together to form a team. So I’m on board with the concept.

      What I’m wondering is: do you need the CIA in this scenario? Or does the CIA hire the 4 mercenaries IN ORDER TO stop the drug lords?

      If so, I begin to wonder: are they ON the plane? Or is it a race to stop the plane? Or does it work some other way? And why these 4? How would mercenaries stop a plane — or drug lords? Wait, why drug lords? Is it a plane heist or a shoot-em-up?

      I think you can clarify some of these questions quite simply, though. Maybe focus on a) your protagonist and b) your timeline. So:

      The world’s most wanted mercenary is blackmailed by the CIA to take out a terrorist cell during a mid-air hijack.

      Or however your story rolls!

      Samurai Answered on March 14, 2020.
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        You can’t really take a plane hostage… What or who is on the plane, that is valuable enough to take hostage… The president’s daughter (For instance)

        Singularity Answered on March 19, 2020.
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