"So, all I need to do is figure out their tactics for the next battle?"
"Da, they are currently in Germany's home. America said get in, get the info, and get out. Simple enough, da?" Russia replied, with his usual smile. So, let me tell you what's happening. World War II has finally broke out and the Allies and Axis have made their groups. I was currently in a helicopter with Russia, planning on getting info on the Axis' plans of invasion. The Allies were sending me in because I was a state and the Axis would never suspect the states, especially [Which Ever State You Want].
"We should be over Poland in a minute or so. Then all you have to do is jump~!"
"Without a parachute? Remember where that got you? If a jump like that just broke your back, then this jump would certainly kill me."
"Oh... right." The time finally came as I looked out over the country of Poland. I waved good-bye to Russia and jumped (you have a parachute on btw's). I landed safely and set out for my travel to Germany. It was good that the Allies were able to drop me so close to the Germany borders. Especially since Germany's been on top guard since the war started.
'They should be around here somewhere... unless Alfred got the wrong coordinates, AGAIN!' *sigh* 'Wait... that sounds like...' I turned a corner and saw an abandoned track. Well, almost abandoned, their were three people there. 'Bingo.' I got closer to listen to what they were doing. It sounded like they were training. A good place, too. Where the track is located is farther away from the city so other people wouldn't intrude.
"Hurry it up Italy! Stop slacking off!" a voice boomed. It was filled with authority. 'Must be Germany... looks like Japan and Germany are finished with training and they are waiting on Italy. It's not surprising, seeing as Italy is, well, Italy.'
"Germany-san, it seems as though we are being watched," I heard Japan's voice say. He was looking towards where I was hiding. Germany's eyes narrowed and he reached into his army green jacket.
"I'll go check it out."
"Okay, but be carefur." I hid quietly. I heard Germany's foot steps get closer... until they stopped. They then started again, but in a different direction. I let out a small breath that I didn't know I was holding. Something then gripped my arm and pulled me from my spot. An arm wrapped around my neck as my hands flew up as instinct to keep myself from choking. I felt something cold press to the temple of my head as a voice rung in my ears.
"Wer bist du und wer arbeiten Sie? (Vho are you and vho are you vorking for?)" the voice asked in a dangerous tone.
"Heh. L-wie würde ich sagen! (Heh. L-like I would tell you!)" I replied back in choppy German.
"So, your American...," the voice mused to himself.
"Who is it Germany-san?" Japan's voice rang from a few feet behind. My body was dragged and turned to the other two nations, while Germany kept his hold on my neck.
"An American spy," Germany answered to Japan's question.
"Wow, she's-a really pretty!" Italy piped up.
"Italy! She is a spy! Not some ozher women on zhe street you can chat up!"
"Sorry!!!!!" Germany then turned his attention back to me.
"So you are vorking for the Allies. Vhat did they send you to get information on? Our base? Our plans?" I stayed silent and closed my eyes, trying to keep calm from being caught. Unseen by me, Germany's eyes narrowed and his brow furrowed, "Vho exactly are you anyvays?" he questioned again.
"彼らは、そのうちの一つが気分を感じることができました教えてくれませんでした。(They didn't tell me one of them could sense moods)" I spoke to Japan, the words coming out almost as a second sense. I had always been good with languages except for German and Nordic languages (Swedish, Finish, etc.).
"I guess your information provider was not to great then," Japan said back, just as calmly as I had.
"If your not going to answer our questions, then I guess you'll just have to be our hostage." I paled a little at that notion.
'I am sooooo screwed.'