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Battle reports / EDF Attack at Summit Junction Battle No.34
« on: June 20, 2020, 06:29:38 AM »
Here is the AAR for Battle No.34, it was a horror show!


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EDF meeting engagement on outskirts of Summit Junction

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Battle reports / TF Prollo enters Summit Junction city
« on: April 19, 2020, 11:29:02 AM »
Here's the second battle of Summit Junction with TF Prollo.  A win for the EDF, but it didn't go all their way.


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Battle reports / Prollo's Push, actual version
« on: April 08, 2020, 12:34:29 PM »
Had to use a word doc as it just wouldn't work otherwise.

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Battle reports / Battle Report - Prollo's push at Summit Junction
« on: April 08, 2020, 12:27:19 PM »
Albedo – Jika Campaign AAR

Prollo’s push at Summit Junction:

EDF mixed mechanised force with Airborne support assault a dug in ILR Mech Company.
For the setup, did best I could with minis at hand. There was a full Section of EDF mech inf, plus a small part of a mech support squad, with AV8F2 (freshly printed proxy), and a LARC pretending to be a Gun3 with light Airborne troops inside. ILR were a full mech squad with PT69T in support, all dug in; plus half of a support platoon squad (with an EDF pml, filling in as an ILR one) on the roof.



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About / Re: Available assets
« on: March 30, 2020, 07:17:15 AM »
ILR
13 troops with Carbine
2 troops with Carbine and under slung GL
2 troops with MG202
1 Troop ammo can and Carbine
2 Troops with data pad
3 Troops with MP (currently being painted)  (including big toothed bad bunny being done up as a Warrant Officer)

1 BT 69 series wheeled tank (substitute mini)
1 BT 69 series APC (substitute mini)


EDF
Erma Felna in Civvies
6 Light troops with SMG (including 3 mice)
6 troops with rifles
1 troop with Sniper Rifle
1 troop with MAKW 1-40 LMG
1 assistant with ammo and rifle
1 Officer With Pistol
1 troop with RL
1 small/medium enclosed truck

General and civilian assets
EC LARC A
EC LARC B (substitute mini)
about 6 civilian cars in various sizes
5 small/medium Trucks/vans
1 medium/large truck
assorted wrecked cars




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General Discussion / Re: Rules Errata Section 4.4.2.2 and cards.
« on: September 28, 2019, 09:33:31 AM »
LOL

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General Discussion / Re: Where do we all live?
« on: September 25, 2019, 02:25:13 AM »
Canberra ACT Australia, where it all happens... Well some stuff happens...


Prollo

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General Discussion / Re: Rules Errata Section 4.4.2.2 and cards.
« on: September 25, 2019, 02:23:51 AM »
Didn't even get a shout out for finding this error, sigh...

Prollo

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ACP Rules Discussion / Rule Book errata
« on: September 25, 2019, 02:21:41 AM »
Hello everyone

I mentioned to Mike that I had found some errata for the rule book and he suggested I posted it to the forum.


Cheers Snr Lt Prollo EDF

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ACP Rules Discussion / Variant rules for Rifle Grenades
« on: September 25, 2019, 12:34:48 AM »
Hello All

Just a quick rules variant/option for Rifle Grenades.  To bring them more into line with the fact they are a slower method of putting grenades on target compared to a grenade launcher.


Cheers
Prollo

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General Discussion / Re: What makes Albedo great?
« on: October 20, 2018, 12:28:27 PM »
For me it's the role playing game, such a great setting.  Plus the ability to be all manner of different anthropomorphics, I've played a Doberman, Hamster, Warthog and Dalmatian, great memories.

 

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Sourcebook Discussion / Re: Tell me about your toons!
« on: October 20, 2018, 10:29:16 AM »
Prollo is one of the  main characters in the Almata campaign, a Dalmatian that has had his fair share of adventures and bounces between being in extreme trouble with command, and being commended by them.

Prollo grew up on an industrial world owned by the Enchawah Corporation, where more than a million critters toiled each day for the Man, in return for bed, board and a salary.
As a result, Prollo had little or no interest in politics, having a firm residual belief that the state will sort itself out, as long as he does his job effectively.  However it did gain him a deep distrust of corporations.

This was further deepened on seeing how his mother, father and two older pups were gradually ground down by the company, he resolved to get accepted for the EDF, which, after struggling through school, he managed to do.  This came just in time as his parents were arrested for “Uncorporate Activities” on the day before he flew out.

His family trade of electronics maintenance was a key factor in his recruitment, and after training as an Infantry soldier, Prollo has maintained this study focus.

Prollo served at Derzon as a trooper and saw at first hand the sort of carnage that can occur following planet strikes – especially on population centers.  His bravery at Derzon, after his officer was seriously wounded, resulted in his taking over the squad and winning a significant tactical engagement.  As a result of this, he received a field commission. 

Despite becoming commissioned, Prollo had to complete the formality of officer candidate school, during which he discovered a decided indifference for paperwork and administration duties – in fact, he was a little surprised to find he passed the final exams in administration.  This can possibly be put down to his cautious nature.

Because of his specialisation in electronics and computer operation, he then received training in EW techniques, followed by a fast-track promotion to Senior Lieutenant.  After all this study, Prollo was a little mystified to be posted to the border system of Almata, where there was little or no EDF presence.  Prollo’s posting was as Communications Officer to the ConFed Embassy, located in the Nassyr District of Cuauhotito, the system capital.

Prior to the ILR arriving, Prollo wasis responsible for all aspects of the Embassy’s communications with the ConFed, including encrypting and decrypting messages for the Ambassador and other staff members.  But more than that, Prollo was tasked with coordinating and ensuring the security of communications between the Embassy and whatever field agents might be in play.

Prollo’s job included finding ways to covertly detect and intercept or disrupt ILR communications, either using the Net, other electronic means, or whatever means come to hand.

Prollo initially had has four critters assigned to his comms section, a Sergeant and Three Watchkeepers – detailed in the lower section of this dossier.  One of which was later assasinated, and one of which was transferred out of the section after a disagreement.

Like other workers at the embassy, Prollo lived off base in the nearby suburb of Kesteau, in a comfortable rented apartment.  The apartment was a ten minute ride from the embassy, using “The Burrow” underground rail network. 

After a number of adventures against ILR agents on the planet and helping rescue a fellow EDF officer after he was shot by a sniper, Prollo took part in some space operations.  When a cell of ILR terrorists landed on Almata he was severely wounded by an IED explosion on a vehicle he was examining.  He was awarded a medal for his intelligence work, then was scheduled to be transferred off world following the destruction of the communication center by terrorist action.  This transfer never occurred as his replacement became an early casualty of the pre-ILR invasion raids on terrorists.  As the invasion commenced he was instrumental in foiling a terrorist plot to blow up the Almatan government.  During the invasion, well that's a story that is yet to be told.

Prollo

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General Discussion / Re: Greetings!
« on: September 04, 2018, 12:08:04 PM »
ACP Mike, will the rules be available prior to the Kickstarter campaign?

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