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Through The Fires of Europe Episode 4: Landing on Omaha
After 27 failed attepts at uploading this because of MOCpages. And one episode of The Muppet Show. Here is Through The Fires of Europe 4. Please rate and comment.
About this creation
June 6, 1944
D-Day
Omaha Beach, Easy Red Sector



Captain William "Mace Man" Johnson: Come on! Get to cover!

Pfc. Shen Peterson: Sir this place is a slaughter house! Where's our tank support?
Captain William Johnson: At the bottom of the channel that's where!

Captain William "Mace Man" Johnson: Private Rowe!
Private Aurthur Rowe: What is it sir?
Captain William "Mace Man" Johnson: I need you to give Peterson, Patters, and I covering fire while we advance to the next row of hedgehogs.
Private Aurthur Rowe: Sir that's suicide! Anyone who leaves cover is dead!
Captain William "Mace Man" Johnson: We don't have many options.
Private Aurthur Rowe: Alright sir, covering fire!



Captain William Johnson: Good job Private Rowe!

Captain William "Mace Man" Johnson: Alright, let's move up to the shingle. Go!



Pfc. Shane Peterson: We actullaly made it.
Captain William "Mace Man" Johnson: Everyone else, get to the shingle!





Pfc. Joe Patters: Good to see you Sergeant Major Anderson.
Sergeant Major Matt Anderson: I brought bangalors.
Captain William "Mace Man" Johnson: Good.

Sergeant Major Matt Anderson: Bangalors!

Captain William "Mace Man" Johnson: Heads down!

*Bangalors explode*

Captain William "Mace Man" Johnson: Go! Go! Go!

Captain William "Mace Man" Johnson: Hold up right here. I'm going to see what's up there.

Captain William "Mace Man" Johnson: Ahh!
Sergeant Major Matt Anderon: Captain!

Captain William Johnson: I'm okay. It just skimmed my arm. Patters, theres a sniper and MG42 up there. I need you to fire a rocket up there and take'm out.
Pfc. Joe. Patters: Yes sir.



*rocket hits sniper and MG gunner*

Captain "Mace Man" Johnson: Great shot Patters! Everyone, let's climb this hill.

Corporal barger (Medic) (Not in view): Peterson, right?
Pfc. Shane Peterson: Yep.
Corporal Barger: You afraid of high-
Pfc. Shane Peterson: Don't even finish the sentence.

Captain William Johnson: Come on men!
German in bunker: Sterben Amerikaner! (Die American)

*Captain William Johnson turns around and shoots German soldier*

Captain William "Mace Man" Johnson: Let me check around the corner.

*Captain William Johnson shoots German soldier*




Captain William "Mace Man" Johnson: Well men, we survived the beaches. Now we have to survive the rest of France. Let's move!

Notes:
This took my 7 hours to upload.
I know there should be more dead soldiers but then I would have to kill part of the squad.

Credits:
Mace Man as Captain William "Mace Man" Johnson
captain Matt Anderson as Sergeant Major Matt Anderson
Snooperking as Pfc. Shane Peterson
Joe P. as Pfc. Joe Patters
Mitsarugi_ as Private Aurthur Rowe
Legonardo da Bricki as Corporal Barger



Comments

Mace Man
Private Henderson
  October 2, 2010
Oh,ok.
 I made it 
  October 2, 2010
Quoting Private Henderson How many pieces did you use for the bunker and hill? In the Scars of the Past there is going to be a german bunker, it does NOT compare. 5/5
Probably somewhere around 200-250 pieces.
Mace Man
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Private Henderson
  October 1, 2010
How many pieces did you use for the bunker and hill? In the Scars of the Past there is going to be a german bunker, it does NOT compare. 5/5
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  September 7, 2010
This is amazing!!! I am speachless.
 I made it 
  August 31, 2010
Quoting Fabian Simonsson awesome but please try to get some tan us guys
When I get the money. I'm making a big PaB order and then possibly a Bricklimk order for tan torsos. I gave them decals so the look better.
  August 31, 2010
awesome but please try to get some tan us guys
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  August 28, 2010
Once again another great comic. I like the waterproof bag over that one guys rifle!
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  August 28, 2010
Quoting Kriss Olympis Kool! I like the bunker and the cliff, very good! What are the tan discs all stacked up though? In response to your comment, or comments, I would greatly appreciate it if you would make me a Birthday MOC. Thanks!!! =)
The tan disks were supposed to represent artillary/mortar shells exploding and the sand spraying everywhere. And what fleshie head would you like to have?
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  August 28, 2010
Kool! I like the bunker and the cliff, very good! What are the tan discs all stacked up though? In response to your comment, or comments, I would greatly appreciate it if you would make me a Birthday MOC. Thanks!!! =)
 I made it 
  August 22, 2010
Quoting Cade . Im making a WWII comic, want to be in it?
Sure!
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  August 22, 2010
Im making a WWII comic, want to be in it?
Mace Man
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Captain Connor Patterson
  August 21, 2010
Nice one :) Loved the action in it.
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  August 21, 2010
Quoting rich . what brickarms weapon are holding? the tompson? and why is the m1 garand wrapped in tape? any way, awesome addition to your ww2 series. 5/5
What Brickarms weapons is who holding? HIs M1 is wrapped in plastic because on D-Day soldiers were issued plastic wrap to put around there weapons so the sea water abd sand wouldn't get in side it tand ruin the gun. The tape I put on there so the plastic doesn't unravel.
Mace Man
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Private Henderson
  August 20, 2010
Ok, thanks.
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  August 20, 2010
what brickarms weapon are holding? the tompson? and why is the m1 garand wrapped in tape? any way, awesome addition to your ww2 series. 5/5
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  August 20, 2010
Oh ok thanks for the heads up ;) I forget to read the captions because I love looking at the photos XD
 I made it 
  August 20, 2010
Quoting Cpl. Matt S. Good work! 5/5 (and where is me?;)
If you haven't noticed, in episode 2 Sergeant Connor Patterson say. "You're being split up for the invasion of France." You, Lt. Harland, and Sergeant Connor Patterson were in the 101st Airborne so they parachuted into France. While everyone else was in the 1st Infantry Division and landing on Omaha. Since I just did an episode with the 1st Division, the 101st Airborne is next.
 I made it 
  August 20, 2010
Quoting Snooperking . Great! i really love the bunker! IS this based off of medal of honor allied assualt?
Yes.
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  August 20, 2010
Great! i really love the bunker! IS this based off of medal of honor allied assualt?
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  August 20, 2010
Good work! 5/5 (and where is me?;)
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  August 20, 2010
This is great!
 I made it 
  August 20, 2010
Quoting Mitsarugi . He had a bag around it so the gunpowder wouldn't get wet, thus ruining the entire gun.
Correct sir you get a cookie!
 I like it 
  August 19, 2010
He had a bag around it so the gunpowder wouldn't get wet, thus ruining the entire gun.
 
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