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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP27 Sep 2022 8:00 p.m. PST

"Following the eruption of civil war after the abdication of Edward VIII, the notorious Archer family of Ambridge has used the subsequent turmoil to extend and increase its violent criminal activities. Operating from its ramshackle stronghold, the clan has extended its depredations beyond the immediate locale and has openly defied the Lord Lieutenant of Borsetshire, no less than Sir Rufus Pitt-Bulstrode himself. The final straw was the recent unspeakable humiliation visited upon Constable Smallbottom as he attempted, on Sir Rufus' direct orders, to arrest Phil Archer, youngest son of family head Dan. Details of the scandalous treatment of the Constable have not yet been made public but it is understood that he is still severely traumatised. Meanwhile, Dan Archer and his gang have been pictured, flaunting their weapons and defying authority…"



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deadeye48042 Supporting Member of TMP31 Oct 2022 8:12 a.m. PST

I went back through the blogs and read the whole adventure. Very entertaining and a great AAR. I will be checking more of the posts with Sir Rufus Pitt-Bulstrode.

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