Quote Originally Posted by Ferrard Carson
Missions:
  • Crateresistance
  • Rolling Matryoshka, Part I
  • Cinderella (now with MOAR fog!)
  • Roadside, Part II
  • Holy Stones
  • Chernolo (Afterparty!)

Many glorious thanks to the 58 comrades who came along tonight to celebrate [s]Zombie Jesus Day[/s] Easter Sunday!

Crateresistance provided us with a taste of the horrors to come, as one superpowered Bandzai claimed the dominion of Stary Sobor. His mates were unable to keep up with the hard-rockin', chain-smokin' badass, but they did manage to funnel a fair amount of BluFor into Bandzai's killing fields! Rolling Matryoshka proved that Chernarussian Forests have yet to finish slaking themselves with the blood of Comrades, but we managed to seize a hill and scare off all the BluFor around it (who may or may not have been withdrawing for a napalm strike). Cinderella saw a two-pronged human wave assault by the Takistanis. Very few of them made it to the walls, but the few that remained frightened the Bradley so much that they ran out of the Safety Zone and got blown up by an opportunistic RPGer even as the automated UAV was drawing a bead. Roadside II found the Takistani army slowly whittled down by secret 'leet black-ops units who may or may not talk in very stilted accents. "Enemy. Man to our. East. 500 meters. Under fire!" "7 is dead." None survived. Finally, the rivalry of Aziz and Azoz flared into urban combat as brother turned against brother, father against son, and men who had played football with one another in their youth screamed patriotic slogans at one another while the civilians around them looked over in puzzlement.

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:clint: ~ Ferrard
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