For someone we know, naming no names (Harry).
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We’ve come last. The last round hasn’t been marked yet, but it’s a given.
No pub quiz review this week, cause we’re in the crown again to drink last week’s winnings. We’d do better if the rest of our team were here to help, but we wouldn’t be as drunk.
I’ve got a box of toy soldiers that I bought on EBay with the intention of painting them up and leaving in little scenes all around town. However, as with so many projects, I never quite had the time to do it and they sit there still, awaiting release.
The person who runs the little people blog has managed to get around to painting and placing his guys all around London. They look to be model railway figures by Preiser or Faller, in 1:72nd or 1:87th scale, with clear bases where needed. I hope they’re being superglued in place so that more people can appreciate them.
Now then. I’ve got some aliens and marines somewhere just itching to have a fight in the park……
“Sir, we have reports of landings on the beach to the south. We should send artillery to defend the southern suburbs.”
“My guns and tracks could be in defensive positions by dark.” the artillery commander studied the map and pointed to key junctions, “Here and….”
“No!” Janssen interrupted, “Carry on with this assault as planned.”
“Commander, any organised landing force has to be better armed and more of a threat than this rabble.”
“You can deal with it later. What is the point of defending against attack from outside if we allow this…. this disease to fester in the body of our city.” It was the nearest Janssen ever got to eloquence, but no-one recorded it. Moments later shells from the strafing Cicciles, a combination of tracer and armour piercing, tore through the softskins and command centre. Bombs from the Wasps fell amongst the artillery. Two of the heavy guns were put out of commission. The heavy tracks suffered only minor damage, but most of their crews had been in the open and all of the vehicles suffered casualties. Secondary explosions from fuel and shells caused even more damage.