Quote Originally Posted by fer
Missions:
  • Slippery Eel
  • Huzzah SE
  • Skyline SE
  • Holy Stones
  • Cholo (after-party)
  • Cholo (more after-party))

47 is an excellent number; it's also the number comrades who joined the fight tonight. There was some rapid slotting and competent army-ing from everyone, and nearly 4 hours of tactical action. Well, there was shooting. Anyway ... as co-host tonight (comrade Ferrard Carson kindly took over for the last third of the session), I'd like to thank everyone for coming, and also for the great comms discipline during slotting and briefings.

We began with complex adversarial, Slippery Eel (an extended remake of The Takedown), during which a small force of BLUFOR attempted to use HMMWVs and a mini-gun Blackhawk to intercept the crafty Aziz before he could deliver a report on oil contracts and corruption to the UN offices at the villa. Unfortunately, BLUFOR sustained too many casualties and public opinion in America forced the Party to end the mission (I got a call from the White House). Next, the Party issued ACOGs to many comrades, and sent a platoon of BAF soldiers to clear out enemy positions to the north of Zargabad in re-mixed mission, Huzzah SE. Despite a platoon's worth of enemy tanks, angry Kords, and the eventual fiery death of our IFVs (or 'light tanks'), the objectives were seized in the name of the Party and victory fire was authorised. Another remixed mission followed, this time the high altitude corridor shooter that is Skyline, remixed as Skyline SE by comrade Wolfenswan and myself to include greatly more death. Unfortunately - for us - the Third International Fighting Brigade of Takistan in the name of Che Guevara overcame hordes of enemies, tragic mountaineering accidents, attack helicopters and tanks to push the Takistani Army off the ridge and claim it for the Party too (we're setting up a property management company next week). Finally, Holy Stones provided darkness, confusion and frantic shooting in the night markets of Zargabad (which is precisely why the Party is planning to build a mall next year). There was, of course, some after-party Cholo; but the first rule of after-party applies.

As ever, please post your thoughts, feedback, screenshots and video here - comrade YouTube Hero SuperU's FA doesn't just produce our video idents, but provides leadership and guidance to propaganda artists; more guidance on video editing for Folk ARPS is provided by comrade Ferrard Carson. Posts in the AAR threads really helps us (the hosts and mission makers), both with understanding how we can improve the experiences, and showing potential comrades what our sessions are like.

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