Eternal March

A Huge Problem.

Goblins, Orcs, What could be next?

Your last mission was to investigate the Orcish Kingdom to the north of our first Supply base. Its been almost a month, and the kingdom has sent several missions to both confirm and expand on your intelligence. What you provided was both impressively accurate and extremely useful, and you did it without tipping our hand with getting captured. Well done.

You’ve had some paid time off to hone your skills and rest up from the last mission. We were able to complete a second forward supply base in that time. We’ve spared you from the drudgery of finding caravans that break down and dealing with the bandits and monsters that plague the road, but we’ve had a problem recently and we’ve run out of units to send. Its also fitting that the problem has a tie to you personally.

About 4 days ago, an ogre was sighted along the road from Mesopotamia to the east of us. Two days ago, we found one wrecking one of our supply caravans and fought it off. It is wounded, and we were tracking it back to its lair when the news arrived. Yesterday we discovered that 5 days ago, a dignitary from Mesopotamia sent by the Lords Alliance was captured by a band of Ogres. We believe that they are nesting with the one we injured 2 days ago.

Your mission is to track down the Ogres, kill them all, and if possible, rescue that dignitary. We are light on intelligence on this matter, but we are giving you everything we can. We’re providing you with a tracker and a few healing potions, but we don’t have time to get you anything more. Everything else you’ll just have to have gotten from your normal requisition.

Comments

Group 1: 2 ogres
dead
dead
Group 2: 3 + 1 injured
dead
dead
P 49 – Captured for interrogation
dead

540 exp from killing ogres

Returning to camp with the dignitary: 100 exp each, +1 BP

Completing the mission: 200 exp + 1bp for bringing in a large ogre

A Huge Problem.
 

How did they manage to capture the Ogre?

A Huge Problem.
Balduron04

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