My entry for Alloy Strike. Hope you all like it. It was the best I could do with what I have.
About this creation
Several Overshot’s of the Alloy Strike Target Area
Upon reaching the enemy base the South Carolina A.K.A Swamp Foxes quickly took the target into custody without any conflict. It’s once they started to leave that the problems hit.
As the militia pulled out, one of our soldiers took a hit. Pulling him back to cover , a couple of the Militia soldiers fashioned a make shift stretcher in order to get him to the LZ.
The rest of the Swamp Foxes moved in under cover of suppressive fire to take out the rest of the enemy.
A special opts team was sent in to provide backup as the fighting was getting intense.
We had successfully planted the c4 around the satellite dishes and now were only trying to annihilate the enemy opposition.
The water system team was discovering freshly planted enemy anti-personnel mines.
Since our team was taking multiple attacks from RPG’s we gave the special opts team an order to destroy their crew.
The crew moved in under cover of…………..
Loads of action, a water attack and dudes with chain saws. Wasn't a big fan of the non lego stuff, but it looks like the mission's going along fine.
In particular I like the time you took to put in some medics.
I like it
May 18, 2011
I can tell you care about the fig placement! I like it is a cool dio to.
Commander Kroninger. Good to see your Metal Militia in action. And I do mean ACTION! You obviously read the mission statement, but not all of the rules. I see some mega-block, and some non-Lego (G.I. Joe?) armor and weapons in this DIO. While you did conduct the vital task of capturing an officer form the aggressor force, he is not a Lego Officer (or he is some type of modified Lego fig). Regretfully, this all adds up to a DQ. The build is great, and your ability to depict the dynamic nature of the fight is impressive. Attention to detail matters though. Build! Post! Review! Attack!