The Prisoner [FINISHED]

They're all the rage

Moderators: Kommander Ken, Elmagnifico, Duerer, BrickSyd

Re: The Prisoner [TURN 6 IN PROGRESS]

Postby motorhead fan » Sun Aug 12, 2018 5:39 am

I'm sorry for forgetting my orders.

I'd like to take the weapon of our dead team member and use it to shoot at the red knight if it is still alive.
User avatar
motorhead fan
I want to climb on to thevengefulone, stick my tongue into his ear and ride him all the way to satan.
 
Posts: 1567
Joined: Sat Jul 20, 2013 9:17 am
Location: Rolled up in a ball in a corner, quietly vomiting.

Re: The Prisoner [TURN 5 COMPLETED]

Postby Craigallot » Sun Aug 12, 2018 5:51 am

;)

Duerer wrote:Laska (Falk):
ImageThe Prisoner - Turn 6
With next to no effort, Laska manages to mow down the Red Knight for good. This leaves the guard holding Sosabowski captive as the last enemy on the field.
Zahru II wrote:'HEROIC MEAL TIME DRUNK OFF THAT YE OLDE JACK DAGNALS. HATER PREPARED TO BE MASHED LIKE TATERS, CUZ WE DON'T F*** AROUND. Ah whaddup, dwarf SAWSE.'

Fantasy Battles - Scifi Battles
User avatar
Craigallot
Forum Authority on Craigging Rights
 
Posts: 4782
Joined: Sun Aug 02, 2009 2:00 pm
Location: work work

Re: The Prisoner [FINISHED]

Postby Duerer » Mon Aug 13, 2018 4:37 am

Prisoners (ninja_bait):
ImageThe Prisoner - Turn 6
The miners approach the remaining prison guard and throw all their utensils at him. Without doing any damage though.
Prison Guard: "DIDN'T I JUST SAY NO WRONG MOVES?!"
In response, he tries to shock Sosabowski but misses the general.

ImageThe Prisoner - Turn 6
The other prisoners pick up the red keycard and head towards the remaining cells.

Wierzbowski (RedRover):
ImageThe Prisoner - Turn 6
Wierzbowski sprints towards the prison guard in order to bind him in close combat and separate him from the general.

Dr Etanol (Texhnophille):
ImageThe Prisoner - Turn 6
Doc sprints towards Lufa in an effort to revive him.

Torpeda (motorhead fan):
ImageThe Prisoner - Turn 6
Since the Red Knight is already dead, Torpeda picks up the next best weapon and heads towards the cavern.

Prison Guards (me):
ImageThe Prisoner - Turn 6
Since the guard already used his shock staff, he picks up the pick axe and strikes at Wierzbowski. He would have dealt one HP damage, if it wasn't for the -1 damage penalty on improves weaponry.

ImageThe Prisoner - Turn 6
The commando retaliates by slicing him into pieces. The evil has been defeated!

ImageThe Prisoner - Turn 6
But what's this? Could it be some sort of key? Maybe it could be helpful in freeing the general...

ImageThe Prisoner - Turn 6
Stanisław Sosabowski: "Good job, son. Now, let's get out here!"
And indeed, the key lifted the chains from the general freeing him at long last. After two years of imprisonment, General Stanisław Sosabowski can finally return to his recently unified home country!

Final Kills:
ImageThe Prisoner - Turn 6
Poles and Prisoners: 27 kills
Prison Guards: 6 kills

Magda Pierunska - 0/3 HP
Wierzbowski (Commando) - 3/3 HP
Dr. Etanol (Medic) - 2/3 HP
Laska (Melee Specialist) - 3/3 HP
Lufa (Sniper) - 0/3 HP
Torpeda (Heavy) - 3/3 HP

Jurgis Adamkus - 0/3 HP
Red Knight: 0/2 SP


FINAL OVERVIEW
ImageThe Prisoner - Turn 6
Due to the total elimination of the prison guards and guaranteeing the safety of the general, the mission has been successfully accomplished!

Thank you guys for playing! I hope you had lots of fun with this battle. Feel free to leave any suggestions for the next commando-style battle in the future. An epilogue will be posted soon.
User avatar
Duerer
Forum Champion 2016-2017
Forum Champion 2016-2017
 
Posts: 2704
Joined: Sat May 03, 2014 11:22 am
Location: Germany, NRW (aka Eye of Terror)

Re: The Prisoner [FINISHED]

Postby Craigallot » Mon Aug 13, 2018 7:19 am

Bravo. Excellent. :tiger: Wierzbowski mvp!

The way the battle was presented was top notch. Funny moments, as well. The commandos all had their unique abilities and appeal. I now feel inspired to do another commandos forum battle myself with my inquistadore commandos but I don't have space to set it up.

I had a lot of fun playing the badass Magda and I hope this isn't the last we see of her. Sometimes I got unlucky, but it could've gone worse too, and in general I succeeded in my plan of tanking damage for the squad and keeping them alive. My goal was to bring home full numbers, and I would've gotten away with it too if it wasn't for that meddling knight! :fist:

I would've liked to survive at least a little longer (missing my OTC rampage and my plan for freeing Sosabowski feels like a missed opportunity :( ), I feel we got really lucky with all the failed / missed attacks on Sosabowski! But eh, sometimes you can't have it all, and the casualties show we at least faced decent opposition. Maybe only 2 HP per trooper would've forced us to be more tactical.

The challenge of 'commando' battles is that it's kinda hard to coordinate the team. You want to get your orders in, but you're also not always around to communicate with each other. Like the prisoners running off with the OTC (which they didn't even end up using :lol: ) could've been avoided, but it's hard to do that and keep everything going smoothly as well. In the beginning we supported each other, afterwards, everyone was more doing their own thing. Not sure how to get around that, and not sure if it matters since it was still fun, but it's something I'm still looking for an answer to.

Maybe teams of about 3 figs each that are more spread out, but still working towards a common goal, could be something you could go for.

edit: also, if players ask for something that is not possible (I assume my feat to heal Magda didn't go through 'cos it doesn't fit her cliché or something or that kicking the guard through the prison door wasn't possible) or becomes impossible due to prior actions you could make them aware and give us a chance to amend orders. Not while you're already processing the turn, I wouldn't wait for that then, either, but potentially when you're still waiting for other people's orders.
Zahru II wrote:'HEROIC MEAL TIME DRUNK OFF THAT YE OLDE JACK DAGNALS. HATER PREPARED TO BE MASHED LIKE TATERS, CUZ WE DON'T F*** AROUND. Ah whaddup, dwarf SAWSE.'

Fantasy Battles - Scifi Battles
User avatar
Craigallot
Forum Authority on Craigging Rights
 
Posts: 4782
Joined: Sun Aug 02, 2009 2:00 pm
Location: work work

Re: The Prisoner [FINISHED]

Postby RedRover » Mon Aug 13, 2018 8:59 am

Thanks for hosting, it was a blast! Fun concept and I hope to see more pve type battles in the future!
User avatar
RedRover
I want you to be
I want you to be
 
Posts: 2418
Joined: Wed Mar 25, 2015 5:36 pm
Location: CA

Re: The Prisoner [FINISHED]

Postby Falk » Mon Aug 13, 2018 9:03 am

Who was the prisoner behind the OT door?
BrikWars 2010 Rules wrote:BrikWars ... stands in pretty direct opposition to many fundamental elements of the LEGO® philosophy, such as "Not Teaching Kids How Funny It Is to Set People on Fire."
Empire of Luchardsko WIP wiki page
User avatar
Falk
I wanna touch the butt
 
Posts: 930
Joined: Wed Aug 31, 2011 1:43 pm

Re: The Prisoner [EPILOGUE]

Postby Duerer » Mon Aug 13, 2018 9:54 am

ImageThe Prisoner - Epilogue
Kapitan Wierzbowski: "Glad to see you safe and sound again, general!"
Stanisław Sosabowski: "Took you long enough, boy. What did hold you all back from helping me out of here?"
Torpeda: "There is no time for any convo, now! Two of our men are down and the next wave of guards will be here for sure! We gotta get out of this prison, ASAP!"

ImageThe Prisoner - Epilogue
Kapitan Wierzbowski: "Wait, what happened?!"
Torpeda: "Lufa and the commodore are hit and require medical attention! No clue about their exact condition!"

ImageThe Prisoner - Epilogue
Kapitan Wierzbowski: "Oh, good thing the doc's at it, already!"
Stanisław Sosabowski: "Magda! What in the world happened to her?"
Dr Etanol: "Good thing I haven't used any of my liquor yet. Both of them are in a stable condition but still unconscious! We should head back to the ship and treat them there."

ImageThe Prisoner - Epilogue
Stanisław Sosabowski: "OK, but how do we get there with the guards on full alert?"
???: "No need to worry, man!"

ImageThe Prisoner - Epilogue
Leonas Žemaitis: "With the warden death and some of my man already freed, finishing off the guards at the top floor should be a piece of cake?"
Kapitan Wierzbowski: "And you are...?"
Stanisław Sosabowski: "Oh, this is Leonas. He leads a local rebel army yet was unfortunate enough to get caught and landed in here. Seems like it was his lucky day after all, as the guards wanted to execute him later on, today."

ImageThe Prisoner - Epilogue
Leonas Žemaitis: "Yup, guess it's only natural that we return the favour by stirring up some unrest up there! In the meantime, you should be able to make it to your ship!"
Kapitan Wierzbowski: "We're counting on you guys. Until then..."

On board of the Polish rescue ship
ImageThe Prisoner - Epilogue
Magdalena Pierunska: "*wakes up* Oww, my back... what the hell happened?"
Dr Etanol: "Don't overdo yourself yet! You're still not fully healed."

ImageThe Prisoner - Epilogue
Magdalena Pierunska: "Where are we?"
Dr Etanol: "We are back on board of our ship. Some guy whacked his beamsabre at your back and inflicted quite some burns, nothing life threatening though."
Magdalena Pierunska: "And the general?! Is he OK at least?"

ImageThe Prisoner - Epilogue
Stanisław Sosabowski: "I'm fine, thanks to your efforts."
Magdalena Pierunska: "General Sosabowski! Thank goodness, you're safe. Argh..."

ImageThe Prisoner - Epilogue
Stanisław Sosabowski: "Careful there. You really shouldn't push yourself too hard."
Magdalena Pierunska: "I know but... now that we broke into their prison they will know about our presence here and won't hesitate launching these bio-missiles on Kaunas. Some forces have been immediately smuggled to the planet surface but will they make it in time?"

ImageThe Prisoner - Epilogue
Stanisław Sosabowski: "I know. I've seen prototypes of these missiles with my own eyes. However, we need to put our faith into these women and men. If they succeed in taking down these missiles, nothing will stand in our way of liberating this country from that madman Blinda."
Magdalena Pierunska: "True that. Let's hope for a quick end to this madness..."
User avatar
Duerer
Forum Champion 2016-2017
Forum Champion 2016-2017
 
Posts: 2704
Joined: Sat May 03, 2014 11:22 am
Location: Germany, NRW (aka Eye of Terror)

Re: The Prisoner [FINISHED]

Postby Texhnophille » Mon Aug 13, 2018 11:56 am

GG my dudes. Thanks for hosting Duerer!
Natalya wrote:Warhammer doesn't sell well because the models are good; it sells because of the awesome universe created around the models.

My lego Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/texhnophilleslegos/
User avatar
Texhnophille
Minifig
 
Posts: 241
Joined: Fri Sep 22, 2017 6:17 am
Location: Bleeding mother Russia

Re: The Prisoner [FINISHED]

Postby Falk » Mon Aug 13, 2018 11:59 am

I had fun. Looking forward to Part 2: Weedkiller Boogaloo.
BrikWars 2010 Rules wrote:BrikWars ... stands in pretty direct opposition to many fundamental elements of the LEGO® philosophy, such as "Not Teaching Kids How Funny It Is to Set People on Fire."
Empire of Luchardsko WIP wiki page
User avatar
Falk
I wanna touch the butt
 
Posts: 930
Joined: Wed Aug 31, 2011 1:43 pm

Re: The Prisoner [FINISHED]

Postby ninja_bait » Mon Aug 13, 2018 12:21 pm

:tiger: I enjoyed the battle.  Also looking forward to the sequel, 2 The 2 Prisoner
I make spaceships and spaceship accessories.
User avatar
ninja_bait
I can make this man. I can let him touch the butt. I cannot promise his safety
 
Posts: 652
Joined: Sun Oct 30, 2016 12:04 pm
Location: Now I'm in New York, making bacon pancakes

Re: The Prisoner [FINISHED]

Postby Scribonius » Mon Aug 13, 2018 8:11 pm

Falk wrote:I had fun. Looking forward to Part 2: Weedkiller Boogaloo.


Biohazard missile? I like Weedkiller Boogaloo, but bioweapon kind of dictates something with more oomph! Like Brick-melter Boogaloo or something...

Seriously though, this was loads of fun! Might be more fun if you could set up a bunch of two- or three-minifig teams for each player and let us duke it out in different parts of the board.
User avatar
Scribonius
Cannon Fodder
 
Posts: 380
Joined: Thu Jul 23, 2009 9:29 pm
Location: Wandering through Mirial's Rock...

Re: The Prisoner [FINISHED]

Postby Craigallot » Tue Aug 14, 2018 3:07 am

Magda lives! :boss:
Zahru II wrote:'HEROIC MEAL TIME DRUNK OFF THAT YE OLDE JACK DAGNALS. HATER PREPARED TO BE MASHED LIKE TATERS, CUZ WE DON'T F*** AROUND. Ah whaddup, dwarf SAWSE.'

Fantasy Battles - Scifi Battles
User avatar
Craigallot
Forum Authority on Craigging Rights
 
Posts: 4782
Joined: Sun Aug 02, 2009 2:00 pm
Location: work work

Previous

Return to Forum Battles

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 4 guests