Sunday, May 1, 2011

Barbecue Time



On Saturday the 30th of April the forces of BUD and DFA clashed once more on Battlefields the world over. Both sides took extra time to gather needed strength before the initiation of hostilities due to a disappointing lack of expected troops. We aren't yet sure who fired the first shot, but we believe that a chemical agent was in play which caused a loss in sanity for the ground soldiers in Laguna Praisa. Both faction's ground teams slaughtered each other wholesale, friend and foe alike, laughing like giddy schoolchildren before the sad spectacle was brought to an end when commanders elected to detonate remote charges planted on the local dam, thereby flooding the battlefield and euthanizing their once proud troops.

Mere miles from the Peru-Chile border both sides fought they're fiercest and most even skirmish in the sandy port of Arica. DFA forces made sharp work of initial enemy fortifications but quickly became bogged down when the fight transitioned to the urban terrain of Arica proper. BUD tank aces were on hand and proved to be viscously effective despite the close house to house nature of the densely built town but DFA was tenacious, ultimately destroying or disabling all BUD armor and working their way through the town. Further engagements at the port were similarly brutal but DFA once again proved their might. When asked about DFA's turn on defense, the only comment we received from a DFA force commander was "We had our heads up our asses." Powerful stuff.

Given it's strategic importance White Pass always sees heavy fighting. DFA's assault on BUD positions was bloody but once the warehouse strong-point was successfully sacked DFA forces moved slowly but effectively through the intricacies of house to house combat. DFA forces put up an inspiring defense against BUD counterattack at the previously mentioned warehouse. Despite several perimeter breaches and close calls (one MCOM was lost) DFA forces held the line. A short but decisive engagement took place in the jungles of Valparaiso with DFA air assault forces and snipers making their presence known to the enemy through successful raids on MCOM after MCOM. A BUD counter-assault failed to materialize as enemy forces routed from the field.

3 comments:

Abahab said...

That's a nice looking burger you have there.

Moliat said...

Well written as always, and I particularly liked this part: << When asked about DFA's turn on defense, the only comment we received from a DFA force commander was "We had our heads up our asses." Powerful stuff. >>

Martin said...

Absolutely Epic.

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