Our trip through Pyrgos with a German diplomat was unreasonably successful, which meant what it always means ; JUNGLE MISSION!! , which also went reasonably well.
Peacekeepers was a more standard deadly affair, with the recon helicopter crashing to the ground and everybody else slowly dying in the fields until none were left.
Hammer of the Gods had its share of happy accidents...impromptu swimming lessons....execution style mowdowns of fireteams....fun sights for the whole family. But in the end we all sat down around the campfire of exploded tanks, popped some popcorn and aimed the cruise missile at the wrong mountain. And there's nothing quite as scary to a host as sentences like "i think Bravo's boat just flipped" one minute into the mission.
Lost Sector : Faro Approach was another reminder that nobody should be allowed to drive in arma, ever, and that we're just as safe in the sweet embrace of death that is AI driving as with you guys.
Then a silly run of Made Men made sure we got our dead Pickers quota of the day, and it was off to the races, which skippy would have won if it weren't for the +10 seconds for every goat hit i'm retroactively adding to the rules.
And weirdest of all, i hardly even had to goad you guys to take leadership slots. What have they been feeding you whilst i was away?
We Played :
- Diplomatic Immunity
- Red Tigers III
- Hammer of the Gods
- Lost Sector : Faro Approach
- Made Men
- Rally : Malden
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