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> The Third Battle for Beaconsfield Park AAR - The Great Antipodean Adventure Continues, A World Aflame Rules
Captain Darling
post Sep 2 2019, 05:53 PM
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Last Monday night we revisited The Great Antipodean Adventure! We are still using slightly updated The World Aflame rules.

The scene found a Unionist Mob attempting to halt an 'outdated Imperialist ritual' from being carried out, i.e. they were trying to stop a game of cricket!

A Mob supported by a couple of Improvised Armoured Cars faced off against a Cricket Team support by the local Coppers (the NSW Police).

The first few turns were a running battle as the Police tried to inflict casualties on the Mob while not allowing them to get into hand to hand combat. Eventually the Mob caught the Police sections and swamped them. The Cricketers fought o stoically inflicting casualties on the Mob even knocking out one Improvised Armoured Car but without Police support they were encircled and over powered by overwhelming numbers!

A victory to the Mob!

The angry Marxist, Leftie, Pinko members of the Amalgamated Engineering Union with their recently arrived Bolshevik Advisers advance on of the Police guarding Beaconsfield Park...
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The first 'biffo' occurs, Police hold the initial lunge by the Unionists right flank...
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Senior Sergeant Bill Perks found himself alone tryting to stem the tide on the Cricketers right flank!
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The full AAR and OOBs is here...
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And the 'historical' notes are here...
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Cheers!


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