File #8: Siege

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File #8 - Siege
This one-shot acts a PVP test - NPCs included.

In the final hours of the civil war in Pittsford, the stage is set for one final battle promising a decisive conclusion as units from both the Coalition and ICLF find themselves face-to-face in a final battle within the capital, vying for control of the Nazareth Campus. Only one side can emerge victorious, leaving the question: who will it be?

Launches:
Saturday, July 6, 2024
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Preload: 5:00PM EST | Start: 7:00PM EST


0/16 Slots Filled

Coalition of Pittsford and Fairport (CPF)
Ranger
- (0/8)

Inner-Cities Liberation Front Resistance (ICLF)
Resistance
- (0/8)
 
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The list of information below is not all required knowledge. However, if your character requires it for some reason—or if you are just genuinely curious about the history leading up to this one-shot—please read below
  • Takes place after the events of the Season 2 finale of What We Become: Part II.
  • This one shot will continue until one side has been completely eradicated, surrendered, or otherwise fled the area. Last faction standing wins.
  • A significant portion of the Coalition Military in Pittsford has either been routed or dispatched to participate in Korshunov's campaign in Nunavut. Consequently, morale is low, and there's sentiment that Korshunov has abandoned his people in favor of a personal vendetta against Max Rutherford, a ex-Ranger and member of the ICLF. Currently, the majority of the remaining military force consists of conscripts recruited from prisons with the promise of freedom in exchange for service.
  • A significant portion of the ICLF's fighting force was killed in Marshall Grant's initial siege on Nazareth, as they were utilized in pushing the checkpoints, leaving much of his current force under-equipped and licking their wounds. While word about the events at New Karanda hasn't reached the frontline, there's a strong sentiment among most that Marshall took FAR too many troops away from their home base. Some speculate whether his plan was to lure the Coalition into attacking there, making it easier for his men to breach the defenses into the capital's district.
 
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