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Behind Enemy Lines

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The crash of a C-47 (or JU-52, depending on the side,) strands a team of paratroopers twenty kilometres into enemy-held territory. Can they evade the enemy and make their way back to their own lines, or can the Germans (or British/French)  locate and wipe the team out?




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queue intro music
Near, far, wherever you are,  I believe that ya'all are dead meat.  Once more you're dead on the floor  And you're here in the dirt and my gun will shoot on and on "

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But wait.....
There's more......

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So Merlin, tell us. What happened Next???
Oh, im glad you asked...












And it got worse.... THe Brits came!!









One tried to surrender


He did it wrong


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I would like these kind of scenarios behind enemy lines. :P

Still grumpy that I never saw that scenario that would mimic Pearl Harbour, and have a huge squadron of air trying to sink ships.

I even got a placement in the scenario. A number that allowed me to sit in a transport ship. The AA-guns of those are amazing. Off-topic, but this thread reminded me of the possibilities this game has to make scenarios, so that we for a short while could get screenshots similar to the marketing departmen, but live. I mean today: We could even send the event live, have some newspapers commenting with experts from the era... etc...

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