The year is 1974. The Gravel Wars are over, Grey’s robot menace is subdued, and Miss Pauling is finally getting a handle on her new role as President and CEO of Mann Co. when a wholly unexpected threat emerges in the form of a doomsday cult calling themselves Rise & Shine. Convinced that the end is near, they want nothing more than to purify the world of the taint of weaponry and violence through… more violence. (But it’s okay when they do it! Don’t ask.) The destruction of Mann Co.—the world’s largest supplier of guns, ammunition, and novelty hats for some reason—is their #1 priority.

This new enemy is decentralized and mobile. A threat could pop up anywhere in the world, so Team Fortress must step up their game. Mann Co. pays the bills, and the boss lady says these Risers must be stopped.

You are the Driver.

Wherever the team needs to go, you can get them there. You also provide vital support in battle, which is no longer confined to neat little bases. You’re an expert navigator, capable in every kind of terrain, always on your toes. You know how to drive most land vehicles, and the ones you don’t, you’re pretty sure you could figure out within 15 minutes. For this job, you stick with the company car. 

Your vehicle, aside from a setting for awkward road trips, is a home away from home once your mission begins. When fully set up, it’s the place where your teammates can top off their health and ammo or, in worst case scenarios, respawn. Guard it with your life.

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Drive | 01

pairing: reader x Jungkook 

themes: driver!jungkook, angst, action, fluff, smut (later on) 

warnings: swearing 

summary: Jeon Jungkook is an experienced driver, but he is not just any driver; he is a getaway driver for his crime boss Min Yoongi and his crew of sociopaths. Jungkook thinks he has it all, that is until he meets the one thing he was missing; you. Jungkook is forced to make a decision that not only is threatening to him, but to everything and everyone he cares about. 

**partially based off the movie baby driver idk i was inspired 

Originally posted by jungkook-e

A black Honda Civic rolls up beside the curb slowly, jolting in the park gear.  

Jungkook’s fingers tap against the steering wheel to his own pace. He looks to his right to see his allies for the day. Behind him sits two more people. A total of four people in the car, three boys, one female, however only three of these four will be doing the task on the to-do list this evening. 

The three of them get out of the car quickly as Jungkook pops the trunk open for them. Jungkook watches as the three of them hurry across the street, pulling masks over their faces. To distract himself from what’s going on, he pops on his headphones and begins to listen to his music playlist very loudly. 

Jungkook taps his fingers and rocks his head together with the music, humming to himself. A minute or so passes until through his headphones, in the distance, he hears police sirens coming. 

He immediately looks over to the large building to find them still in there and Jungkook’s heart starts to race, however he finds it in himself to calm down. The loud alarms in the bank are now going off and finally, after it seems like too long, the three suspects come running out of the building. 

Jungkook cracks his knuckles against the steering wheel, revving up the sports car as the three of them hurry into the car. 

The man up front gives Jungkook the signal and Jungkook puts the car into gear before reversing and doing a spin around before he takes off hitting 60 miles per hour before they can even blink. 

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It’s time for more Driver-curated good-ass music to enjoy this fine summer! These playlists are themed around melancholy and nostalgia, but don’t worry about that too much. Just enjoy!

Driver’s Mixtape Vol. 3

  1. “Listen to the Music” by The Doobie Brothers
  2. “Son of a Preacher Man” by Dusty Springfield
  3. “Homeward Bound” by Simon & Garfunkel
  4. “You’re My Home” by Billy Joel
  5. “California” by Joni Mitchell
  6. “Me and Bobby McGee” by Janis Joplin
  7. “California Dreamin'” by The Mamas & the Papas
  8. “On the Road to Find Out” by Cat Stevens
  9. “Home Again” by Carole King
  10. “Over the Hills and Far Away” by Led Zepplin
  11. “A House is Not a Motel” by Love
  12. “For What It’s Worth” by Buffalo Springfield
  13. “Ventura Highway” by America
  14. “Fortunate Son” by Creedence Clearwater Revival
  15. “Sympathy for the Devil” by The Rolling Stones
  16. “Going Up the Country” by Canned Heat
  17. “Soldier of the Heart” by Judee Sill
  18. “It Never Rains in Southern California” by Albert Hammond
  19. “Carolina in My Mind” by James Taylor
  20. “Fearless” by Pink Floyd
  21. “Desperado” by Eagles
  22. “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right" by Bob Dylan

Driver’s Mixtape Vol. 4

  1. “Rockin’ Down the Highway” by The Doobie Brothers
  2. “L.A. Woman" by The Doors
  3. “Midnight Rider” by The Allman Brothers Band
  4. “Wanted Dead or Alive” by Warren Zevon
  5. “Shake Your Moneymaker” by Fleetwood Mac
  6. “No Particular Place to Go” by Chuck Berry
  7. “Road Runner” by Bo Diddley
  8. “Iko Iko” by The Dixie Cups
  9. “I Feel The Earth Move” by Carole King
  10. “Gimme Shelter” by The Rolling Stones
  11. “Wasn’t Born to Follow” by The Byrds
  12. “The Weight” by The Band
  13. “The Vigilante” by Judee Sill
  14. “Baby Driver” by Simon & Garfunkel
  15. “Sweet Home Alabama” by Lynyrd Skynyrd
  16. “Truckin'” by The Grateful Dead
  17. “Change of the Guard” by Steely Dan
  18. “Takin’ Care of Business” by Bachman-Turner Overdrive
  19. “The Rocker” by Thin Lizzy
  20. “Have Love, Will Travel” by The Sonics
  21. “Highway Star” by Deep Purple
  22. “Children of the Revolution” by T. Rex

[Volumes 1 & 2]


Martini. by Alex Penfold
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