Colonial Defense Forces: Phoenix Rising

  • July 7, 2013 · 12:00 PM
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Episode 1: The Invasion of Phoenix

Act 1, Scene 1 - The Outskirts

This stopped being a training exercise the moment an alien warship tore through Phoenix's upper atmosphere, and the 3rd Training Squad has been promoted to the big leagues in the most dangerous kind of way.

Communications are down, the city is under heavy bombardment, landers are coming down in spades, and civilians are dying at the hands of invaders; there are no reinforcements in sight, and no support coming from the skies. This is the first time since the early colonial days since a major human settlement has come under attack, so local militia has gotten lax, and their defenses are broken and bleeding under the assault.

Get in there. Patch up the wall. Save the city.

RSVPs from last game have first priority on spots, but we've still got a couple open, so if it sounds fun, join the fight!

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  • Alexander R.

    Great game, everyone. I'm excited to jump right into the action next time around and see how you guys take back Phoenix City. :)

    July 9, 2013

  • Alexander R.

    For my new people: the game is at my (and Sean's) apartment, the signage all says The Edge, Google calls it Cherry Point sometimes. We're unit #305, and the lobby door ought to be unlocked - if not, Sean [masked]) or I [masked]) can come down and open it for you with a call or a text. Park on Dexter (on the other side of the building from Cherry) if you can. Looking forward to seeing everyone. :)

    July 7, 2013

  • Laura

    Like I mentioned on Sunday, I would love to come, but it's going to be too difficult to be in the campaign when I move to Fort Collins. :( I'm still coming for Pathfinder, though.

    July 1, 2013

  • Alexander R.

    Hi Rory, welcome to the group!

    June 27, 2013

  • Alexander R.

    Added everyone else I've heard positives from about coming along.

    June 27, 2013

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