Quote Originally Posted by fer
  • Crateresistance
  • Roadside
  • Rolling Bohica
  • Swept SE
  • Bedtime (afterparty)
  • Bedtime (more afterparty)

As if last session's 50-something playercount wasn't enough, tonight we fielded over 60 brave comrades. The session itself ran for over 3.5 hours, with the afterparty taking us past the 4-hours mark. That's incredible, especially considering our record playercount (in the 70s) came in a joint session. Great showing, comrades!


With such a high playercount, we were able to begin the session with a 30-a-side play-through of newly revised Crateresistance; posts below this will no doubt relate the horror that was BLUFOR Alpha's Hamburger Hill experience. Then, in stark contrast to last Sunday's massacre, Roadside was a veritable masterpiece of platoon-scale action, including a helibourne QRF and the safe retrieval of all the trucks in the ambushed convoy. Rolling Bohica was absolutely epic in scale, so much so that after over an hour of pushing through the dark forests, fields, and towns of Chernarus (shooting down two Kamovs along the way) we reached a point where it was time to call a pause - next time, we'll re-start that mission from the town we reached. There was a huge amount of sneaky stuff going on in Swept SE, as the opposing forces almost swapped positions in an attempt to outflank each other. Finally, the afterparty stragglers were reminded of part of FA's distant past, when comrades were lucky to start with a Skorpion, in two rounds of Bedtime. Awesome fun, thank you to everyone who came along tonight!

As ever - and new comrades in particular - please post your thoughts, feedback, screenshots and video here (PM any of the hosts for details of FA YouTube channel) - and remember there the a new video ident by comrade YouTube Hero SuperU. 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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