22/05/2016 at 23:39 #42322
For a full battle report you can go to my blog. I could write a better one, but it is late, I should be in bed and I have a long day ahead of me tomorrow with teaching, planning and marking. This is the link: http://inexperiencedmodelmaker.blogspot.co.uk/2016/05/battle-for-adonis-horizon-wars-battle.html It has more photos.
I will just post some photos here and edit the thread later in the week with more of a story.23/05/2016 at 09:34 #4233623/05/2016 at 13:46 #42354
Very cool, also, I think we have the same sofa!
I think we went DFS and it was the display sofa so we had 50% off. I laughed about how ugly I found it, but then I sat down and it was a dream.23/05/2016 at 19:53 #42387Alexander WasbergParticipant
A thrilling battle, thanks for sharing!
I hope we’ll see some Hysys big stompy’s showing up for a stern word with the Quansec 😀
http://lasersandbroadswords.blogspot.com My project blog23/05/2016 at 20:12 #4239027/05/2016 at 12:03 #42557
The Quansec probing attack had cleared the settlement. They did not do it fast enough to prevent the Hysys commander from calling for reinforcements, but they did it. In fact, they advanced further to try to control a larger settlement that would provide a greater strategic opportunity. They now had control of two settlements with hydroponics facilities. Should they get cut off in the system, they should be able to sustain themselves for a prolonged period of time.
Hysys command cannot allow this to happen and with the reinforcements finally on the scene, they are moving to reclaim the larger settlement. The scenario is a Deliberate Attack, but I am not using any hidden deployment. I could create a dice mechanism for revealing hidden deployment (1-6 a unit is there, 7-12 the unit is not there, thus in another spot), but decided against it. I will just try to be impartial with myself. If the defenders (Quansec) have four or more active units on the field at the end of turn 2 then they have successfully delayed the attack. If they have 2 or fewer then they lose.25/06/2016 at 12:47 #43829
The military wing of Quansec has created its own ideas regarding command structure. The incursion onto Adonis had been led by Sector Commander Johnson. He was a company suit who had been moved over and trained by former military experts. Unfortunately bad intelligence had led the Quansec board to grossly underestimate the strength of the HySys forces stationed on Adonis. A scouting mission had, however, uncovered what was most likely to be the entire reason the Board had sent him here. Ordering the most combat effective units to converge at Research station AD16, Johnson hoped to capture it and discover why HySys had loaded the planet militarily.
Reports were coming in to fleet that a HySys attack group was approaching the system, with enough fire power to be able to disperse the Quansec logistics fleet. The troops on the ground did not have long to take the facility and investigate. At the end of each turn a dice would be rolled. On a score of 11/12, the Quansec forces would need to break off the engagement.
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