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We played Bruce’s Nemesis as fully co-op.  Off to a good start we even airlocked the queen successfully.  However the number of Adult Aliens began to mount and we were poorly armed and low on ammo with misses every roll.  So first Mike and then Darryl fell to the Aliens.  With just two quests to complete and all the right things to finish thenm with we just could not get past the patrolling aliens guarding the laboratory and surgery rooms.  So we called it a night at that point.  Well done Nemesis.

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Posted January 12, 2020 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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