Monday, 25 April 2011

Tin Can Alley

The Henwick Anglican Militia has been under pressure for several weeks, they had limited weaponry and waring factions on all sides. Messages had been sent to the Anglicans in Hereford for assistance and a scratch force had been pulled together with the intention of sneaking into the Anglican enclave. Under the cover of a number of Car Bombs in the city the column entered the Western Suburbs via the Bromyard Road.

There was no sign of government forces but the Anglican column hit a snag as it attempted to pass Dines Green, The road over the local brook was blocked by elements of the Dines Green Collective a left wing faction seeking to protect their enclave from all comers.

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The column halts on the crest of the hill and an infantry section is sent forward to clear the row of shops backing on to the local brook, as they near the shops firing erupts from the upper windows forcing the approaching Anglicans to go to ground.

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The DGC defenders open fire with a light anti-tank weapon hoping to halt the column, they succeed in damaging the steering of one armoured car before being silenced by concentrated HMG fire.

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The DGC armoured lorry pulls back out of the line of sight.

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On the right flank the DGC advance through the Maze field hoping to close with the column, but are engaged by the defenders from the hill crest.

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Outnumbered by two to One the Anglican defenders are forced from the hill top.

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Seeing there chance the column rushes for the bridge, the DGC fire from ambush positions on the left and right of the road but are unable to stop the column.

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Anglican Infantry clear the Ambush positions from the bridge and the lorries with the valuable supplies press on.

Whilst one of the lorries suffers engine damage the DGC are forced to fall back from the bridge as their Armoured Lorry is destroyed by a well placed round from the Anglican Armoured Car.

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The Road to Henwick is Clear.

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