|Task Force 141|
General Shepherd (Traitor)
John "Soap" MacTavish (KIA)
Simon "Ghost" Riley (KIA)
Gary "Roach" Sanderson (KIA)
Joseph Allen (KIA)
M9, Heckler & Koch USP, Heckler & Koch MG4, SA80, M1911, Desert Eagle, Walther P99, FN Five-Seven, Glock 18, M1014, Winchester Model 1200, Franchi SPAS-12, Armsel Striker, AA-12, Heckler & Koch UMP, Heckler & Koch MP5, Heckler & Koch MP7, TDI KRISS Vector, MP9, M4A1, SCAR-H, ACR, IMI Tavor TAR-21, M16A4, AK-47, Heckler & Koch G36, M203 Grenade Launcher, M240, L86 LSW, Steyr AUG HBAR, PKP Pecheneg, Mk 46, Mk 14 EBR, Remington RSASS, Barrett M82, FGM-148 Javelin, AT4
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
Disavowed from August 16, 2016 to end of WWIII in 2017
Battle vs. Rainbow Six Team (by Omnicube1)Edit
Five TF141 members, Soap MacTavish, John Price, Ghost Riley, Roach Sanderson, and Archer are now on the run after their leader General Shepherd was killed. They are currently in hiding in one of Nikolai's safe-houses. Rainbow Six has dispatched five of its elite members, Ding Chavez, Eddie Price, Homer Johnston, Dieter Weber, and Jung Park to engage and eliminate the remaining Task Force 141 members. They have located the five hiding in the safe-house; they move in stealthily. Jung Park stays behind and draws his SR-25 Sniper Rifle. He targets Ghost who is laying out plans for an assault on a Russian base. Park fires a shot and the bullet goes through the head of the TF141 member. The remaining Task Force members retreat into the house and draw their weapons; Price acquires a TAR-21 while Soap draws his M14 EBR and Roach picks up his UMP45 while Archer retrieves an M1014 shotgun. Soap goes to a window and targets his moving enemies. He fires and kills Homer Johnston. Park targets Soap and returns fire, but misses. Weber crashes through the front door and fires his Mossberg 500 Shotgun. The rounds hit Sanderson and wound him. He crawls behind the counter to seek cover. Archer fires his shotgun and kills Weber. Chavez, armed with a MP7A1 fires and kills Weber's assailant. Price fires his TAR-21 but Ding jumps for cover. Eddie Price, who is wielding the Barrett REC7, fires at John Price but misses his shots. Roach pops up from cover flanks the two Rainbow Six operatives and kills Eddie Price from behind. Chavez spins around and empties his MP7 at Roach. Ding yells in anger after seeing his old comrade killed. He draws his secondary, the HK MK.23, and fires it at John Price. The bullet strikes the TF141 member in the shoulder who staggers back. He returns fire and strikes Chavez in the upper leg. He falls to the ground and while he is downed he fires his last rounds killing Price. He sits up and mourns for his fallen comrades. However, he fells the cold barrel of Soap's M14 EBR on the back of his neck. Chavez drops his head and is willing to take the bullet. He hears a gunshot. However, Ding is not killed and turns around to see that Jung has killed Soap with a Barrett REC7.
They radio in for evac and tell their leader John Clark that mission is accomplished.
Winner: Rainbow Six Team
Battle vs. Bad Company (By Samurai234)Edit
In a Russian base, Four Task Force 141 members, John Price, John "Soap" MacTavish, Simon "Ghost" Riley, and Gary "Roach" Sanderson are appraoching it, having been given orders by General Shepherd to take over it. Unaware to them, Four Bad Company members, Samuel Redford, Preston Marlowe, Gordon Haggard, and Terrence Sweetwater are approaching the place from the other side, also on a misson to take it over. Ghost and Roach enter a room and look around for any intruders. Up ahead, Gordon and Terrence spot them. Gordon pulls out a UMP-45, and shoots Ghost across his stomach, killing him. Roach spots them, though, and he shoots Gordon with his MP5k. Terrence fires back, and kills Roach with his Saiga 20K . Terrence exits the room, but suddenly, something hits him in the head, and he falls to the ground, dead. The thing that hit was John Price, with an intervention sniper rifle. He spots Preston, and tries to shoot him, but misses. Preston loads his M24, and shoots price between his eyes, killing him. Preston walks away from the site, unaware he is being watched by Soap. Soap pops out of his hiding place, and shoots Preston with his Beneli M4. Soap picks up his M4A1 and looks for Samuel. He spots Samuel, and fires at him, grazing Samuel's stomach. Samuel fires back with his AN-94 Abakan, hitting Soap in his hip. Soap retreats and pulls out USP .45. Redford sees him and decides to pulls out his MP-443 Grach. The two fire at each, until Samuel gets an idea. He retreats into a nearby building, with Soap trying to cacth up. Soap looks around for Redford, but he is cautch off guard shot 5 times in his head and back. Redford, sighs to himself, and says "Well, looks like I gotta get new Soliders."
Meanwhile, Back at TF141'S headquaters, Shepherd is angerily looking at the screen and yells "Damnit! That team will pay! Oh, well. I've still got my shadow company....."
This was a very close fight. Both were very skilled warriors, but the determining factor was Bad Company's better team work and better weapons.
Ghost, Price, Soap, Roach and Archer are on a capture mission looking for the assassin of president kennedy and his comrades. The assassin is Mason, along with Hudson, Weaver, Woods and Bowman. They come upon a rundown village and are unaware that the Black Ops recieved a tip from one Vladmir Makarov and are lying in wait.
As TF141 enters the village, Hudson gives the sign to split up, as does Soap, to their respective groups. Bowman is lying in wait with a Spas, and as Archer enters a hut lugging around an M240, he sees Boman staring the other way. He grunts as he lifts the huge machine gun, and Bowman whips around and sends to sprays from his shotgun, all he has time to do before getting shredded by the huge gun.
Archer continues with his machine gun, but eventually stops to take a break as carrying around the M240 has tired him out. He hears a noise, and pulls out a USP. 45, saying "Whoever you are, come out!" He feels something stab into his back, and he cries out and drops the pistol. The last thing he hears is the beeping of an explosive attached to a crossbow bolt, before Hudson takes cover as Archer is blown to kingdom come.
In another part of the village, Mason feels wind as a bullet whisks over his head and he grabs a Commando and jumps behind cover. Roach is firing at him with an M4A1, and he takes advantage of Roach not being behind cover to shoot him multiple times in the abdomen.
Hudson hears someone running towards him in the noise of the explosion, and he takes aim, but it is Weaver with a bullet wound in his arm, claiming he had shot Ghost to death. However, Ghost had never been hit, he was feinting and he sneaks up behind Weaver and stabs him in the back with a Tactical Knife. Using the dying Weaver as a human shield, he pulls out a G18 and pumps Hudson full of lead.
Woods sees Price and sneaks up behind him with a Karambit knife. However, Price had just picked up an M14 EBR and turned around. He tries to snipe Woods, but the American makes the right decision and lunges toward Price. Price tries to club Woods with the butt of the M14, but Woods gets their first and fells the Task Force member via a knife to the throat.
Soap had seen Price fall, and angers burns in his heart for Woods. As the american is leaving, Soap grabs the M14 that Price was using and puts a bullet in between Woods' shoulder blades.
Soap and Ghost regroup and piece together that the only man still alive is the biggest target. They see Mason and shoot at him, but the Black Op runs away from the two. He leaves a piece of semtex behind, and hears an explosion and sees Soap's body barts flying everywhere.
Ghost takes out an MP5K and fires at Mason, but misses, as does Mason with his MAC 11. The firefight moves to a longer range with each warrior taking out their respective machine gun. Becuase of the much smaller mag capacity of the HK21, Mason runs out of ammo and finds the only weapons he has left are a Python and a knife. He tries to flank Ghost, as the Briton runs out of ammo and draws and reloads his G18. Mason empties all six rounds, hitting Ghost only once in the leg but also knocking away his glock. The two warriors take out their knives, and begin to grapple. Ghost gets the upper hand, having the more simplistic weapon, and slashes Mason's stomach. The American cries out and feints death. Ghost turns to leave, but the still very alive Alex Mason crawls to his feet and stabs the karambit knife into the back of Ghost's neck. The TF 141 member struggles for a few moments, then lies still like a fish on a reel.
Winner: Black Ops
While the Task Force had greater technology, they didn't quite have the firepower that the Black Ops brought to his fight.