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PHGamer16 Aug 2023 5:34 a.m. PST

An All Quiet on the Martian Front Battle Report
We played All Quiet on the Martian Front last Wednesday. About 2,000 points on a side.
It's been a while that our group has gotten together for one of these. Our running joke is that its been 3 years since the last time we played fill in the blank.

It's 1916, and the war in Texas has gone very hot. The Martians have been stopped in their attempt to cut off Texas from the heavily industrialized eastern seaboard of the US.
Their forces are retreating, and the Texas Lone Star Division is doing it's best to pursue the fleeing Martians. But the tripods superior speed, and their infinite power fuel source made this a effort without reward. A couple of collapsed hulks were captured, burned out by heat rays, their pilots rescued. Then there was the effort to bring supplies forward to feed the hungry troops, and the coal for even hungrier tanks. The pursuit turned into a crawl…



William Warner16 Aug 2023 9:49 a.m. PST

It's good to see the Martian Front reports again. I'm glad to see that Texas still remains unoccupied!

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