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06 Mar 2023 7:37 a.m. PST
by Editor in Chief Bill

  • Changed title from "AAR-Seige of the Ronda Colom, Part 2" to "AAR -Siege of the Ronda Colom, Part 2"

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Makhno191806 Mar 2023 6:26 a.m. PST

A week after our first day of battle, we resumed the fight for the military installations around the Ronda Colom. Unfortunately, Lee was unable to join us, but Chris fought stubbornly enough for the both of them.

Round Three began with Chris winning the roll for Round Initiative. During the Ranged Phase, he aimed his 75 mm cannon in the Ronda at the point of our attack on the southern end of the frontline. The shell landed in the intersection, killing two of the workers at the doorway of the Atarazanas, and pinning a third inside.

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He aimed the other Nationalist artillery piece toward the same spot where Lee had flattened our Second Attack Group during the previous game day, hoping it would sail even further and take out our cannon in front of the theater. Instead, it landed inside the crater of the earlier shell, causing minor damage to the theater and repining the just-unpinned survivors of the Second Attack Group. Would they ever get off of the street?

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John leveled his cannon at the Nationalist artillery piece next to the Columbus statue.

See what happens next at the full blog post, here: link

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