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Posted: Oct 8 2005, 12:33 AM
Member No.: 42
Joined: 5-December 04
First, I'll open the thread to comments and questions from the observers and players and then I'll make some comments. So question or comment away!
Posted: Oct 8 2005, 09:52 AM
Member No.: 16
Joined: 22-November 04
I, and probably everyone else too, think that the obvious turnung point was the removal of Nillus. With him we were forced into poor strategies, often with the wrong unit facing off against the wrong enemy. Although even then we managed quite alot. I must say though, the Kylgorites are super, i think i've had more fun commanding them than any other unit or force on DI, they just oozed potential from the moment they were layed out as the remaining command in the Roll Call. A Heavy Weapons batallion wow.
Things that went well:
Well obviously our/ McNought's strategy once Nillus was gone worked flawlessly and all must be commended in making it work. We had a few hiccups but they were easily overcome with the pre-battle orders set out for contingencies.
Here i will blow the Kylgorite trumpet once again by saying: Stylrexians? Who are they? Kill count: Many Many vs 0 haha!
Things that went not so well:
Obviously the disaster that befell the Navy, although the enemy failed big time to take any advantage whatsoever. That said, if t6hings had been slightly different, we could have been looking at some mauled units landing at Trondton.
Only once did i feel we could really have been destroyed and that was when the northern hills were taken from us. Only quick intervention halted the enemy and prevented them from moving up a decent assaulting force capable of ousting us.
All in all a thoroughly enjoyable RP, i look forward to hearing more about 1st and 8th armies as well as where the 99th get posted next.
My 2p G8
Posted: Oct 8 2005, 12:48 PM
Member No.: 60
Joined: 2-January 05
Well, I must say, Aquila was a very enjoyable experience. It’s also made me realize that Cadians aren’t the only thing I happen to enjoy using…
What did you enjoy most?
Easily the attacks on the enemy airbases. Back when Mol still had the time/inclination to post, we managed to do some very nasty things to the surprised Chaos forces. My second favorite bit has definitely got to be the various operations I cooked up to do things, rescue prisoners, smack around the airbases mentioned above, etc. etc.
No, no, not really. I was somewhat disappointed in my Armored cars for getting overconfident and slaughtered, but not much else. I was, however, looking forward to seeing my Armor get some action…
The air battle over the Spaceport. No, you didn’t kill those, we did!
Least favorite moment?
Without a doubt the brutal casualties inflicted by the Razak at Trondton. I’ll show you next time, you bastards. Ow ow owity ow.
Do you honestly need to ask? The 2nd Parrell, forever and always. Who would’ve thought that the PQ unit of lackluster paratroops would grab the bull by the horns and tear them right out of its skull? Yay Parrell who aren’t utter crap! *gives paratroops a big cookie*
Least favorite regiment?
Those bloody incompetent Herun. Even the Zentians were better, although only because they had an excuse. Instead, the Herun lounged about, planned raids on the Army supply dump that that required a company of troops and fifteen trucks, no more, no less, and got slaughtered horribly when the enemy showed up. Bleh. I think I’ll take a regiment of Herun next and turn them into Mordian-like troopers. It’s time to learn some DISCIPLINE boy!
Things that could've spelled defeat for us?
Well, Hector for one. Other, less "friendly" fire related things, the armored thrust at our unprotected belly. If not for the brilliant defense of the Navy and McNought's quick thinking, we would have lost our airpower and ceded the skies to the enemy. Which, if you're on the Chaos side in Brakea, you know is BAD. Very, very bad.
Congrats to Medic for a well-run SRP, despite all but two of the players slowly dropping away near the end…
This post has been edited by Brother-Librarian Akritedes on Oct 8 2005, 12:49 PM
Official DI Cynic and Reformist.
Awaiting the coming of the final Great Hypocrisy.
Posted: Oct 8 2005, 02:55 PM
Member No.: 5
Joined: 20-November 04
What did you enjoy most?
The constant plotting I was able to do as the insane Colonel Reddings was a very new experience, and quite fun I might add.
The Herun weren’t exactly good when it came to being soldiers…other then that though I had no problems.
Raiding the army supply dumps and coming back with over 100 truck loads of stuff was by far my favorite moment. And here I was expecting those supply troops to get caught. I knew the Herun were thieves, but that was just crazy!
Least Favorite Moment
When we took that beating just outside the spaceport… that kind of sucked.
Least Favorite Regiment
I’m tempted to say the HRL just because they are Terullians, but my least favorite was the 2nd Parrell. Not only were they a bunch of up jumped glory boys, but they stole some of my hard-earned supplies too (not that it put a dent in my stores)!
My hat is off to you Medic for once again running a SRP that was great fun. I’m just sorry that for awhile I wasn’t able to post as much as I would have liked.