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Thread: DBA's Heroes
May 17th, 2012 5:45 PM #1
sequel to kelly's heroes
player is dba, a low-level party-interrogator in 1950, in eastern Poland... interviewing an old woman about stolen farm-equipment
the 1st map are two farms... player arrives by horse... an innocent investigation begins... Stalin's secret-police are suddenly there, with horses and trucks... amidst gunplay, player discovers Frank Bedanski alongwith a diary about hidden trains and a wedding-gift to Louisa Ulrika of Prussia
cutscenes and flashbacks on the siege of Warsaw, and the stashing-away of 'the karamel keg'
the 2nd map is a ghost-town without a name, on the road to Moscow... introducing bedanski's partners; Wynn Bolick and a Polynesian woman; Mermaid... a plane buzzes them... another truckload of stalinist police arrive...
the 3rd map is Kuntsevo; the home of Stalin and others, in the palace-section of Moscow... player and party use the diary to infiltrate the Stalin-dacha, stealing a diagram of the train locations... the mysterious 'Sable' is introduced, whose guards are dispensed-with enroute to the Kuntsevo railway-station
the 4th map is a lofty C-shaped railroad-trestle near the Czech border... player's train is trapped on the trestle by a pursuit train and Sable's track-blocking locomotive-tandem
the 5th map is an industrial rail-yard near the Urals... player(s) kidnap an engineer, then assemble their own train while avoiding sable's police... train features a mounted anti-tank artillery-piece
the 6th map is high-mountain timberline, where player 'locates' and clears an old rusted rail-line... then they 'find' the lost treasure-train and the solid-gold keg... they're attacked by jets on the way out of the mountains
the 7th map is Sebastopol's shipyards... player hijacks a tramp-steamer to Turkey, precluding the final showdown with Sable... the steamer is blown-up on The Black Sea.
final cutscenes involve hooded, hatted, disguised player/partners entering a seedy wharfside pub in Sebastopol in 1953... they stealthily toast the death of Stalin, drinking ale from a familiar-looking, brown-painted keg from a shadowy corner behind the bar... whispers of a smuggling-plan are overheard as the credits roll" Take Badlaw's body out to the gold-mine 'n toss it down a shaft. "
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