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02-07-2010, 01:14 AM | Post: #41
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(Road C, but yeah, you got some of them)

August 23rd, 1938 The Paths of Glory (I borrowed the name from that movie in the 50's)

Isaac and Buddy are escorts for the 288th Armoured and their company, reason why they have an anti-tank jeep is because of Type 2 light tanks are moving into the area the Royals setted up. They are part of the Hotel Company for the 188th Calvary for the 29th Regiment. The two of them and a new guy named Jean-Richard Bariot. The men looked at their M6 Fargo Tank Destryoer jeep. "Ok, here are the rules, you are no good to me dead! And rule #2 there is a rule #2!" barked Buddy. "That was inspiring...." muttered Jean. "You want inspiration go read a poem Frenchie!" Isaac boomed. The men got in the M6 and were ready to escort their company. "I want to drive! I was the best driver in the resistance!" begged the rookie. "You drive us in front of a tank, I'll kill you before the tank does," Isaac said as he gave him the keys.

(The reason why it is anti-tank is because armored vehicles, Imperialist light tanks, and Panzer II's have roamed the streets of Wyndmouth so it is necessary for an anti-tank jeep)

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02-07-2010, 03:39 AM | Post: #42
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Hsin left a note saying:

Getting supplies
Don't go without me!

HQ


Hsin talked some locals into letting him have food and some supplies. He was going to walk back until.... A National Submachine Gunner charged and fought over his MP18. He smashed the man down but another came out of the same alley and tried to kill him as well.....

(Gonna need someone from Bee Squad to save me here....)

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02-07-2010, 03:49 AM | Post: #43
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It was a new day. Corporal Mark Bee lazily rose up to his feet. Everyone was ready.

"Alright boys, let's g-"

Before he could finish the sentence, he found a note standing out at him. The Royal slowly walked in and read the note. It was from Hsin.

He continued, "Hsin's out to get some goodies."

A distant, but loud scream was heard from one of the nearby streets.

What the hell was that? the corporal thought.

The squad quickly moved out to find Hsin locked in combat with a hostile.

Infuriated, Mark stomped towards the fight and smashed the National with the back of his rifle. He dropped dead instantly.

The corporal quickly slung his rifle over his shoulder and muttered, "So... watcha get?"

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02-07-2010, 06:02 AM | Post: #44
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"Well I stole some food rations, I got some pie from an open window, got some Spam, and alotta doughnuts and coffee mix from a run-down coffee shop!" he proudly presented. "Oh, and thanks for saving my life corporal," he said.

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02-07-2010, 06:10 AM | Post: #45
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Pusong and Frank tied a rope around the dead National's neck and tied the other end to a post and wrote the words "target practice" with an arrow pointing to the hanging National.

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02-07-2010, 05:14 PM | Post: #46
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Isaac, Buddy, and Jean-Richard reached Market Blvd. with welcome of smallarms fire and a incedinary mortar round to keep spirits warm. Lima Company ran to the rear with the gear a day ago and the mortarmen of Quebec Company are hardened to the core. The mortarmen had to endure a day of endless fighting to defend the road until Hotel Company and Baker Company from 288th Armoured. Isaac and Buddy were too busy loading rounds and shooting at a Type 2 light tank to know that their rookie just went off to say "hi" to a few mortarmen. "Hey there guys!" the rookie greeted. "Is this our replacement?" asked one. "No, I just wanted to say hi," said Jean-Richard. "Leave new kid, you don't belong in the bloody front," one of them snarled. "You won''t last 9 mins here without dying," said the third one. Jean-Richard just... had a dissapointed face. He wanted friends but he doesn't have any yet. "GET BACK HERE FRENCHIE!" boomed Isaac. "DID I TELL YOU TO TALK TO THOSE MORTARMEN?!" he boomed. "Shove off Isaac," Buddy said. Isaac went off, and took a field ration. He smoked the cigarette and ate a chocolate bar that said "Not for civvies!" "PANZERS!" a soldier screamed before a shell blew a hole into his chest. Panzer III's have recently moved into the town due to the Nationals losing most of their men and light armor. Panzer II's and Type 2's also moved into range. Isaac got up onto the jeep and loaded a round. Buddy took his M1 and shot at the Panzer III closest to him. Around 10 Anti-Tank Carriers from a New Zealand unit attacked the tanks. Mortars shot simultaneously, and Isaac screaming at Jean-Richard to be quicker. After the armoured wave, infantry began to move in and attack the Royals. The Royals, who had many Universal Carriers, had standard-issued Mk.I's surrounded the infantry and quickly took them out.... They have to defend this road for several more days until the 37th Royal Militia reinforces to entire city......


(So here, they must protect the main road from the Nationals or else the Royals will have a slim chance of survival)

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02-07-2010, 09:19 PM | Post: #47
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Adolf woke up. So much for the carefully made plan that the national HQ made. He had been in the town a day, moving through it, and only saw dead people and a 20 men strong royal patrol. Last night he had followed it to a house at the end of a street. He also looted 7 grenades off the bodies. He was going to blow that house up real good. Problem was, there was a wide, spacey road, a hundred or so yards across, with no cover whatsoever, between him and his target. And that was not mentioning the MG emplacements and many men that the royals have guarding the road. He had counted all night, and ended up with 70 odd men there.

He knew that there is no way in he'll that he can handle all of that. Picking up his radio, he spoke into it one more time. Maybe someone will pick now.

"this is private Adolf, over. I have located a lot of royals, most still asleep. I can not handle them alone, please come and help, I'm at coordinates 376;281. Over."

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03-07-2010, 12:46 AM | Post: #48
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(Nah, you're on... B/C, A is the Royal outpost.... you don't wanna be there.... yet! The only road with alot of dead bodies is C, also littered with tank carcasses. Road B isn't necessarily safe, especially if you go by yourself. Royals have dug in there, you don't wanna go alone there either. The main road is.... completely hectic, at night theres fighting everywhere! The only way you're gonna survive is in a squad, or try to hole up in houses and move every few days.)

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03-07-2010, 01:24 AM | Post: #49
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(I'm on road B then)

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03-07-2010, 03:32 AM | Post: #50
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"Sir, we've got a new order", called out Bill.

Bill Brown was their signaller. He had been wounded in action during an intense melee fight a day ago.

Bee squad, you have a new order: Defend these co-ordinates at the intersection of street 'Paths of Glory' and Market Blvd...

Mark said to his squad, "Let's go lads!"

Before long, the Royal squad reached the street. Fighting had been going on for an entire day. Several gun carriers had been position in the main road; it was absolutely essential to defend the position. They were to hold out for as many days as possible, before being reinforced by a local militia unit.

Destroyed armour and dead bodies lay everywhere. There was literally a lake of smoke in the road. The road itself was very much deformed, courtesy of the tank shells.

Mark took up position behind a small sandbag wall. He readied his rifle and scanned for a handy target. Through the iron sights, the corporal could clearly see the enemy wielding some form of rocket launcher.

BLAM!

It was a clear hit. Mark swiftly reloaded his rifle for another shot...

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03-07-2010, 04:10 AM | Post: #51
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Pusong mounted on the Bren LMG in the emplacement. Frank jumped into a trench and shot a National dead. Pusong was engaging waves of enemy infantry as they try to charge into the wall of fire and sandbags. Mortars and smallarms fire made up most of the sounds as well as moans and screams of pain. Q Company mortarman brang out their M1917 Enfields and shot a hail of ammunition into the National suicide charge. This is only the beginning.....


Quincy Bass overheard from a radio that Market Blvd and Bath Rd was in need of defense, he was closest to Bath so he went straight ahead. 17 blocks later.... Quincy saw Fiat3000s in the streets, "I thought there was supposed to be little resistance!" a soldier shouted before being torn apart by the MGs. Quincy ran into a trench and shot at the Fiats and was pinned down. He climbed over to a dead Royal and used his radio. "Baker-Charlie 890! BATH RD!" he shouted into the radio. "Roger, artillery strike commencing." He heard distant whistles and saw 10 Fiats explode in a matter of 8 minutes. The weary men of X-Ray Company celebrated victory over the unknown artillery strike. They never found out who it was, because Quincy had already left the trenches and into another store.

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03-07-2010, 04:48 AM | Post: #52
hamished 
Hsin followed his squad leader to the small sandbags. He saw an empty Type 94 Te-Ke tankette and hatched an idea. "Sir, I think we should capture that tankette and use it against our enemies," he shouted. "And I'm driving!"

(Think we can get it from 6 meters away without getting hurt?)

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03-07-2010, 05:03 AM | Post: #53
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Operation Sea Lion is real but germans cancel the Operation

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03-07-2010, 05:34 AM | Post: #54
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(30-06-2010 10:56 AM)zhongsifu Wrote:  
(30-06-2010 10:12 AM)Aerous Wrote:  I actually found it kinda smart when u mentioned RAF because they WERE real but in this case it was Royal Air force but Operation Sea Lion was the name of the operation of the Nazis invading Britain (royals) when royals seemed more like Australian/ American by there looks lol

1. Get outta my RP.
2. Improve your English.
3. Royals are modelled on English soldiers, not Americans.

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03-07-2010, 06:31 AM | Post: #55
zhongsifu 
Just as the spent casing was ejected from the chamber of his rifle, Mark was confronted by one of his squad-members, who wanted to take an empty vehicle.

"Yeah? Well if you can get it in one piece, go for it man!" Mark said.

The Royal took aim once more. Suddenly, one of the houses violently exploded from a tank shell. Ignoring the blast, Mark looked for a target through the rubble.

BLAM!

The corporal quickly got down and reloaded his weapon. He wasn't very sure on whether he hit his target or not. Nonetheless, he mounted back up and prepared for another shot...

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03-07-2010, 06:43 AM | Post: #56
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Hsin charged into a hail of fire. He panted from adrenaline as he got into the Type 94 and used the MG to kill off most of the infantry. "Corporal! Need a ride?!" he shouted through the hatch.

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03-07-2010, 03:16 PM | Post: #57
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(Darn, how much can a possibly miss in a day? Also you do know that you can call air support)

Ian cut the engine's power and lined up his plane to the runway. He glided onto the runway with ease and stopped the plane. He walked over to the fueling station and got a can of fuel. he then placed it by his plane and yawned. Ian had been flying day and night with little sleep for days. He decided to go to his quarters in the airbase and try to get some sleep.
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03-07-2010, 05:39 PM | Post: #58
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Bill Brown called in a bombing run over the area where Panzer II's and Type 2 amphibious light tanks were. He spoke just enough Polish to make the 304th Polish Bomber Squad to rain the bombs on the area. Fairey Battles sawrm the skies and drops their bombs. Some shot down, but most have made the run. The bombs causing collateral damage, friendly fire, and many dead Nationals/Imperialists. "BANZAI!!!!" an Imperialist screamed. And a mob of Impreialists and some Nationals charged into the trenches. Bill Brown locked in combat for his shotgun. Hsin drove the tankette into a mass of people. The screams of men were endless as the battle raged on....

(You miss a day, you miss a whole lot I would say)

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03-07-2010, 06:17 PM | Post: #59
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Frank ran into the open and shot at the enemy. He was vulnerable, but he was willing to fight to the death. Bill pushed his guy off and shot his head off. Pusong was still mounting on the MG and killed many enemies before they got within 20 ft. "Paratroopers!" someone shouted. The Nationals have launched their airborne offensive and have dropped into the streets of Bath and Market. The Nationals, Imperialists, and the National Falsschirmjagers were going to launch a major battle at Market with around 111,000 men attacking the fewer 40,00 as the 188th Calvary Division had just arrived. The first battle of the war and the first invasion of the war.

Quincy Bass was in a much... difficult position. Would he join in the fight? Or would he skirmish with the Nationals in the rear? He thought long and hard. He thought, Maybe if I joined a squad it would help my loneliness. But if I do, I must follow many rules.... He decided to join a squad, so he ran straight to Market Blvd.

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03-07-2010, 08:26 PM | Post: #60
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"When will it ever end,"wonders Bernard as he watches the shadows of enemy parachutes hit the ground. Bernard was quite a sight uniform ragged,mud coating most of his body,many cuts and bruises,"Well better go help those sorry chaps."
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