Commanders, have you ever wondered how my routine looks like?
Here is my day-to-day schedule:
0500 - Wake up with a smile on my face and a spring in my step! Today is another day in Paradise!
0515 – Daily ablutions – I like to shave twice in order to get that super smooth look happening!
0545 – First breakfast, cup of Mutagen and some pop-tarts … a little bit of energy!
0600 – Wake up the cyberdog and go for some PT, I usually like to start with a run and then some further anaerobic exercise … getting sick and tired of carrying that dog back to the sector though, seems to not be able to make the 8km mark … might be his batteries?
0800 – Second breakfast – another cup of plain black mutagen, power shake, protein shake, creatine, iron, multi-vitamins, some boosters, vitamin c tablet … and a microwave muffin to go!
0900 - Search for Morgana's mutants …. The dog is getting hungry now!
1000 - Calm down KRaz … a little bit on edge that one! Highly strung advisors are not my cup of tea!
1100 – Write my Op Order for the day – then brief myself for my actions-on etc.
1200 - Meeting with STRATCOM - speak to the engineers devs, set deadlines for engineers to invent brand new troops .. I need more fire-power!
1300 - Lunch – grilled cyber-fish, radioactive vegetables – a little bit crunchy, but not too bad!
1400 - Read Morgana's binary … a little bit repetitive – I mean, how many times can you write one and zero, eh?
1500 – Second PT session, I like a nice swim in the Wastes own radioactive Olympic pool, those permeating bubbles are not bad if you like surfing!
1600 – Time to train the newbies and issue them some reinforcements, well we were all there once, so you know how it is!
1800 – Dinner – tonight is Nuclear green Slush, takes a bit of getting used to, but the cook assures me it is full of all the right vitamins and minerals a general needs for a good time!
1900 - Check the Rankings, Clan Statistics and the progress in Global Missions – not a lot happening today, but hell, I prefer the weekends anyway for this stuff!
2000 – A little bit more PT, Play a little chess (the best for training strategy skills – but it is a rather easy game but yourself to be honest!), some guitar practice (yeah, I am a kind of an old rocker), reading some field manuals … and it is time for lights out!
2200 – Lights out … and that means Lights-Out!
So what do you commander's usually do?