Post by Sir Caedric Moore on Aug 20, 2017 16:53:04 GMT -8
Here's my entry! The crane actually works and can swing out over the water
Garheim - The Industrious Motherland - Restricted 32x32 -+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-Supplies to the West-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- "A week or so, if the winds are at your back," the Commander said, gesturing at the maps and charts that lay on the small table before them. Sir Caedric Moore - the Commander of the Valeguard - and his brother-in-law Valdr Njordson - a captain of the Vigil - had been discussing the sailing route, landscape, and waters surrounding the island of Grimfell in preparation of a voyage to the Garhim settlement of Andarheim. The sounds of hammers pounding nails into crates and barrels filled the air as Valeguard soldiers gathered food, weapons, furs, metals and minerals, and other assorted goods and packaged them for shipment across the sea. The goods were piled together beneath a nearby crane whose boom arm could swing out over the Loch and lower the supplies onto the decks or into the holds of the waiting Valeguard longships. -+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- As always, comments and criticism are welcome and appreciated! Ronin
For weeks small contingents of allied Garhieim & Loreos forces have been ambushing Lenfald scouting parties and supply lines to disrupt the enemy forces. In doing so they were able to draw their combatants from their strong points to thin their lines for a larger counter attack.
GC XV -- Unrestricted - Battle in the Ruins: Battle of the Great Ball Court
The combined force landed at the Neck of the island. Lenfald and Outlaw forces occupied the ruins of temple complex that gave them a vantage point to the Western ocean. Smaller contingents of Allies forces raided South of the Neck for weeks causing Lenfald to send troops from their compound. Thus allowing for a proper attack on the toking force. Even still the hastily fashioned fortifications would be a tough nut to crack.