"Section 1 will approach the mosque; Section 2 - take up covering positions on the left side of the street". His men debussed swiftly, and took up positions on either side of the road. Away from the vehicles, he became aware of angry shouting, growing louder. Suddenly, close by, there were gun shots.
Unishment's training took over - "Section 1 - take cover in the pub. Section 2 - cover my left. Warriors - move up to the crossroads".
He kicked down the door, stationing Delta One on the ground floor, while he led Charlie One to an upper floor. He glanced out the window at the mosque directly opposite; the flat roof was packed with armed men !
Young Orkshire Brigade - 11 points
Brexitian Islamic Front - 10 points
A close and messy three-sided game, with a bunch of frightened civilians caught in the crossfire. Against my expectations, the Army player decided early on to employ 'extreme prejudice' against the Islamic Front, who made the mistake of attempting to shoot at him from the mosque. Retribution was swift - the Islamic Front did not inflict a single casualty, as they were horribly out-gunned. However, they did manage to hold the mosque, mainly because the Army player realised two things; one - close assaulting a building with odds of four to one against was not a good idea. And, two - if he didn't shoot anyone else, he would actually gain points... The Young Orkshire Brigade player took great delight in shooting down unarmed civilians, successfully close-assaulting an Army fire team, and even launching RPG's at the Warriors from a distance. The Warriors extracted their revenge, and the few survivors wisely decided to keep their heads down for the last few turns. Claims of bias were made against the Army for using deadly fire against the Islamic Front, but only using suppressive fire against the YOB's... (There wasn't a lot of difference in the over-all effect). The victory points probably needed reviewing for balance, as the Army won despite inflicting the vast bulk of the casualties... So much for peace-keeping duties.
Thanks to Kevin, Bill and Liam.