2007 ASH BASH Game Scenario
Recon and Intel has discovered the terrorist group Al Qahalah has been
transporting uranium and biological weapons to their pacific jungle stronghold.
Due to an oversight the US Military has stationed all of its troops in the
Middle East and does not have the means to move any resources back to the
Pacific in time.
The Department of Defense has been authorized to issue a private contract to
either the Hallebosis Corporation or Ingleberry International to stop the Al
Qahalah. To win the contract both companies have been issued “field proposals”
at the Kualoa Operations Site.
There will be two missions that will be used as field proposals. The first is
to stop the Al Qahalah transport routes and confiscate the uranium and
biological weapons. The second mission is to gain control of their radio signal
towers and to retain control as long as possible.
Because this is not an official US Military operation we do not care how
these goals are met and may include the elimination of not only Al Qahalah but
also the competing company. Because this is a top secret mission that nobody can
know about we will encourage the elimination of the rival company. The company
that can meet these objectives will be the winner(s).
Intel on Al Qahalah:
They are a ruthless group of soldiers. They have vast resources due to their
complex trade network and wealth from oil, cars, and weapons. Many special
operations teams have tried to eliminate them with no success. They are often
armed with the best weapons and train constantly. Many times for sport or fun
they will actually handicap themselves in battle by shooting in semi-auto only
or not using camouflage. They are also known for their speed and toughness. On
many occasions a single Al Qahalah fighter was able to hold off twenty
experienced soldiers. Intel shows that the transport may involve only 30 Al
Qahalah soldiers but they should not be underestimated.
Al Qahala will have an undetermined amount of transport pods. These will contain
uranium, anthrax, weapons, money and other such items. They must transport these
pods from the chemical weapons plant in the lower corner up to the delivery
point at the opposite corner of the field. If an Al Qahalah insurgent (or
contract soldier) carrying the pod is shot they will leave the pod where they
was shot and another insurgent or a contract soldier can retrieve the pod.
Contract soldiers are allowed (and encouraged) to eliminate other contract
soldiers in order to meet their mission. Confiscated pods should be brought back
to their company base. Competing contract soldiers as well as Al Qahalah
insurgents are allowed to steal pods from the base(s).
If one company obtains all of the pods or if the Al Qahalah insurgents can
get all of the pods to their delivery site the game will be over and that team
has won the mission.
If you are shot you can come back to life at your team’s recycle point.
Recycles occur every 10 minutes. If you are dead or at the recycle point you are
not allowed to give information, ammunition, or equipment to live players.
After confiscating whatever pods they could get the contract company must radio
to HQ for official completion of the mission. To do so they must take over an Al
Qahalah radio station in the middle of the jungle and transmit their mission
results to company HQ. This is an opportunity for the competing company to take
over the radio base, call in themselves and take credit for the mission. Thus
both companies are fighting to take over the radio base. Whoever has control at
the end of the game wins.
Due to an Al Qahalah engineering mix up the power grid to the hospitals runs
through the radio base. So the company that is in control of the base will have
recycles every 5 minutes. Otherwise recycles will be every 15 minutes.
As Al Qahalah insurgents are killed their reinforcements will enter the field
from the road on the upper left or lower right of the radio base (their recycle