Today is the last full day of the campaign, if you have battle reports left to add you should do so today. All theaters will we locked midday on Tuesday.
It has been an eventful week on Novvy Bangkok, with a flurry of activity at all the locations on the infamous outpost on the Human Edge.
Earlier on in the week, the Traffic Control Offices at Pakngein Nbis experienced some delays today when multiple asasults from NA-2 and Ariadnian forces caused the Haqqi forces to step up security measures.This set the stage is the Traffic Control Offices at Pakngein Nbis – boasting over a dozen reported incidents involving Nomad and Ariadnian operatives confronting Haqqi defensive forces. Though they were holding the line, it is started to show stress fractures. With over one hundred special operations being conducted at this location alone, Haqqislam forces are still holding strong against Ariadnian aggression – though it would seem that their efforts are destined to fail.
The Battery Control Module at Xaraks has been one of the more quiet locations on Novvy Bangkok. Ariadnian forces lost control of this location early to O-12, who has secured it ever since. Word has it that Ariadian forces and O-12 operatives arranged a ceasefire when they realized that competing with the international governing body wasn’t in their best interests.
The Operations Hub at the Jiyuan Open-Pit Site is a sore spot for Yu-Jing special forces operating on Novvy Bangkok. Though a strong point for the Jade Empire, more importantly, it was an hub of operations for the Yu-Jing intelligence agency. I say was because it now belongs to NA-2 forces looking to claim the mine site for itself, and the profitable mineral seams that are such a point of pride for the company, and the nation itself. Not only is it embarrassing that Yu-Jing has lost the mine, but more so, they lost it to Japanese separatists who recently had seceded with prejudice during the uprising not so long ago.
As with Yu-Jing, PanOceania has its own badge of shame to bear in this campaign. Sitting on their laurels, they quietly minded the Administration Buildings at the Liberty Cargo Logistics Centre, and were sure that their reputation for relentless retribution would carry them through the campaign. Becoming complacent, they were unprepared for an organized assault by Haqqi forces, which quickly overtook them and claimed the Administration Buildings for themselves. Though scattered, it is possible that the PanOceanic operatives can reclaim the territory, but time is running out.
The contingent of nomad operatives on Novvy Bangkok managing the Bot Branch Office in The Gorge have done an excellent job defending their property, despite being assaulted on numerous fronts by many different factions. As it stands, there isn’t much chance of them losing the territory at this point, as there hasn’t been any organized effort to take it.
The Japanese Bottom on the Main Strip has been where Yu-Jing operatives have focused their efforts, attempting to wrest it from NA-2 Mercenary Control – and they were successful up to a point. Though the battle had been close, Tohaa special forces surveyed the battleground with hungry eyes, and when the time had come – they struck hard and fast. With a few swift strokes, the Tohaa forces defeated the Yu-Jing troops in the area, already winded from earlier skirmishes with the secessionist army. They didn’t last long, and currently, the Yu-Jing forces are attempting to regroup – but without place to retreat to, it is unlikely they will be able to rally in time to stop the Tohaa from becoming the new masters of the black markets of Novvy Bangkok.
Beneath Novvy Bangkok, the Passageways belong to ALEPH forces. Thought they have been challenged by many other factions, Nomad operatives have been the ones to strike the hardest. Though still currently claimed by ALEPH, it looks as though they could lose it at any time. The Nomads are hungry for revenge the repeated assaults on their territories during the first phase of the campaign, and will stop at nothing to repay the debt in synthetic blood.
There is a day left in the campaign, and though many lines have been drawn in the sand, I’m sure the forces controlling operatives in the region still have a few tricks up their sleeves. What sort of exciting finale can we expect to see when the dust clears from the theatres of battle on Novvy Bangkok.