Most items on this list should not need to be said, and you should all be ashamed that they do.
In total agreement on that one. The next person who calls my guys “D-class” or “cannon fodder” is going to be on KP duty for the next week.
…It was a little funny to see Bradford’s face when they blared the Imperial March, though.
In retrospect, it was mildly amusing.
However, this does not mean I will be rescinding my decision to punish the operatives responsible.
(I also did not appreciate having the Hologlobe projectors reprogrammed to display a schematic of the Death Star Mark II.)
I hate sectopods, the bloody things are so overpowered. This actually happened to me exploring a crashed ship, opened a door and a Sectopod was right inside but since the things are so huge I didn’t think it’d be able to get through the door so left my healer there. It just walked through the wall instead. You know like, fuck collision detection I’m a sectopod.
On another note, thinking of making this a series I do game a lot and do fail a lot, what do you lot think?
I’m not funny, I know
Today, I learned what true loss means.
It was an ambush. The mission proceeded as planned. They came at us like roaches. You’d kill one and maybe 3 more took its place. We were lighting it up like the Fourth of July down there.
Sgt. Ze Sen Wong, Col. Wade Yamazaki, Sgt. Josh Conner, Capt….
Me: Alright. Time to get shit done.
XCOM: Ha. Good luck with that, nerd.
Starting up my first Classic difficulty campaign.
I’m playing XCOM: Enemy Unknown for the first time.
Classic Ironman, because I’m a fucking masochist. I’m on my third do-over.
First two missions go off without a hitch, promotions everywhere.
Time to save that VIP!
I lose a Heavy, no big, this mission pays out bigtime.
Extract the VIP, take…
It’s true their aim is that bad.