Somewhere in the South Pacific, in a rare natural event, a shower of blue crystalline meteors landed on several uninhabited islands. The blue meteor shards
were scattered far and wide across the island chain. The shower lasted days and nights, and from a safe distance on their home islands, entire tribes of primitive peoples watched the sky with fear and awe, hoping that no evil would befall their beloved islands.
As the years passed, fantastic rumors of the existence of a giant ant species began to spread among the islanders. They speculated that the meteor shower cast an evil spell, turning regular ants into man-eating giants. As a result, a team of great warriors, led by the chief's son, was sent to investigate the rumors. They never returned and were mourned by the entire village. From then on, village elders forbade anyone to step foot on the meteor islands. The rumors of giant ants grew into myth.
You are a mercenary fortune seeker, and upon hearing this mythic story, you suspect that the blue crystals possess special properties that caused a genetic mutation in the ants. If true, the crystals are potentially worth billions of dollars for their chemical structure.
With quick planning, you decide to mobilize a small crew to collect the crystals. As a precaution, your team will drive an armored vehicle equipped with a machine gun designed to neutralize any threats that might surface. Yet you wonder....Is a single armored vehicle enough protection?
Time is of the essence. Other fortune hunters could be planning the same mission as you, jeopardizing your future fame and fortune if they beat you. Therefore, you decide on your original course of action. Only an armored vehicle. You hope it is enough.