Monday, May 13, 2013

TRAP ON MUSTAFAR! AAR

A few of us got together to run a modified Where Heroes Dare! Game for some Clone Wars action.

Scenario: Obi and Anaken travel to MUSTAFAR to investigate a plot that General Grievous is building a weapon for use against the Republic.

The Republic forces arrive to witness Grievous talking with Bounty Hunters. The Jedi attack and the Bounty Hunters attempt to defend themselves. As Anaken, closes on Grievous he discovers he is a hologram!

A low rumble erupts as charges blow rending lava flows cutting off the Jedi and separating them, "IT'S A TRAP!"

Vulture Droids dropped from the sky and attacked the Jedi as Droids poured from the buildings. Desperate Republic forces try to fight their way out of the trap.

Durge and a Sith Acolyte attempt to engage the Jedi as the Republican tanks pounds back at the Droids.

In the end Anaken fell to a vulture Droids and Obi was forced to leave him behind as the Droids swarmed the Clones.

Secret tunnels were found, Droids uncovered plots and Bounty Hunters applied their trade.

More to come!
Doc















































7 comments:

  1. So... No more Darth Vader then? You can't have continuity errors in the Star Wars universe!
    (I assume he is just a prisoner somewhere)

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    1. These are cinematic games so our "hero" is just captured setting it up for a Part 2 :)

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  2. I've been sorely tempted to collect some of the star wars clix...this just adds to the temptation!

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    1. I like the SW cmgs, i don't have to worry about painting or storage just throw them in a bucket and go.

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  3. Great game Doc. Thanks again..

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    1. Thank you man, you got me started in this stuff!

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  4. Very nice! I've been looking for a generic set of rules for Star Wars use! I've got a ton of the WOTC figs to use!

    Are these add-ons available as a download? I looked on the Iron Ivan Games Yahoo Group.

    Thanks,
    Brian

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