Inspired by a work of fiction by a member of the Kakariko Graveyard Forum (http://kakariko_graveyard.invisionzone.com/Forum/index.php), KG Kaboom takes off from one of the great struggles in the younger days of KG's existence. Well... it was like that, then the map sort of shifted about and made a completely altered version of the KG Dreamer universe - the plot is now on its head. Something has gone oddly amiss, and now the residents of KG have broken into two separate factions. On one side, several members seek out to perform some "renovations" to KG, whilst the other side seeks to prevent this at all costs. It is believed that an unattended sandvich was the spark of this grand conflict... Seeking aid to succeed in their endeavors, both factions have established an agreement between the Red and Blue corporations. The contracts... however, were unknowingly swapped by the ever devious Cpt. Deep - the owner of the shed seen near Red's spawn. As such, Red finds themselves in the ever so odd situation of having to push the bomb, rather than defending the base. Cpt. Deep does love KG as much as the next person, but he can't deny that he loves explosives even more... hence his allegiance to the attacking team. ====== The attack: KG was built into the side of a mountain, making it a natural fort location. To top it off, a giant wall, called the Invision Power Wall (IPW) was built to completely seal off the mansion from invading forces - it fills in the gaps that the mountain doesn't close off. Red has decided to make an attack from the rear side of the mansion, where a fault in the foundation of the IPW has caused a weak point in the wall. All it needs is a good hit, and they should be able to break through. Once through the wall, Red will then wind its way around the grassy courtyard-like area until they reach the foot of the mansion, where they'll push the cart into the mansion, and up to the foot of the grand staircase within. The bomb will go off after three seconds - giving everyone a chance to get the heck out of there - the bomb's packed with enough explosives that they're certain the windows on the second floor will shatter from the detonation.