Saturday 18 November: pandemic legacy with slight spoilers below   Leave a comment

Bruce the scientist, Phil the colonel, Alex the generalist and Mike the quarantine specialist played through August. They had to find a virologist having found the immunologist last time. This was a narrow search window in faded territory. They just made it but had to cancel an epidemic card using their last yellow bonus card.

This time it was Phil’s turn to sit out for September. Darryl took over the colonel. Something special happened in September which was so typical for Darryl and was quite hilarious and really set the team back. However incredibly they managed to pull through by Alex and Darryl voluntarily taking scars to avoid something and were thus just able to get through without triggering a further out break which would have caused the game to end with a failure. Alex used the dispatcher for our first time who proved quite useful so he might get another try out.

So onwards onto October and maybe the Virologist will get a turn.

Posted November 20, 2017 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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