Thursday, 30 October 2014

Third war for Armageddon 7: The fall of the green lake

 In the final stages of the naval war for Armageddon, a lone ship terrorized the ork vessels that ventured alone into the system, that vessel was the Oberon class battleship green lake, comanded by one of the personal friends of admiral Parol, captain Fitzmander. That ship would met its match over the ice planet Chosin in the shape of another battleship: the Gorbag's revenge.

 Battleship vs battleship
 The imperials seize the iitiative, sending some fighters around her
 The orks advance into the enmy. launching their own ordnance

 Wich the imperial fighters intercept
 The Green lake moves around Chosin to keep distance with the orks, knowing that their main advantage rests in their range 60cmt guns in comparison with the ork's 45
Recieves however some ordanance in her stern, one of wich destroys its shields
 the orks choose not to fire so the ordnance won't be destroyed by the resulting blast markers
 Fitzmander crosses the T of the Gorbag's revenge and inflicts some damage, one critical turns into engines damaged wich will prevent the orks from turning in the next turns
 The orks move into the imperial rear and open fire causing more damage

 Fitzmander moves into the ork rear so his ship cannot be shot at
 But Gorbag's revenge still has claws, and one of its assault boats delivers a nobz boarding party into the bridge wich kills Fitzmander on the spot, a mournful day for admiral Parol
 The Green lake manages to reload ordnance with a miraculous 3 in 2d6 and sends some bombers, which are swiftly neutralized by Gorbag's own craft
 After repairing the damage to its engines, the ork battleship advances into close range and a devastating volley of its front gunz leaves the Green lake with only 1 remaining point of damage
 In the next turn, the orks move into a sucessful boarding ending thus the battle.
The Green lake explodes, causing some damage to the Gorbag's revenge wich is braced
Another victory fot Gazghkull's guys!!

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