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Threat Potential

A large number of the locals were always secretly cheering us on. The majority of the residents wouldn’t help us directly, at least until it became clear that we were going to win. But neither would they oppose us, and neither would they help The Beast. The odds were against us, true, but not as much as you might think. ZOG was always a lot weaker and a lot more vulnerable than anyone ever imagined, and when we really got started under Tank Thompson’s aggressive new leadership, we discovered that we had never fully known our own strength. I always thought it ironic that ZOG always seemed to understand our threat potential so much more than we ourselves did.

-A Distant Thunder
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