Yes, it's late. I've had connection issues lately, including half of today.
First up: the Hood Archer and Marauder Malefactor exchange fire, with the Archer pelting the Malefactor with missiles, blasting away armour over the left breast and cockpit: this damage worsens that taken before, and takes the Malefactor to the point where two firm blasts from a main gun to any single location would breach the armour. The Archer, however, is considerably worse off: the two lasers and one of two missile racks fired by the Malefactor rip into its right side, laying waste to its entire flank. The crew begin to bail out, and the Malefactor's pilot manages to override the automated reactor shutdown attempt that was a consequence of his barrage.
The Hood Caracal, currently overheating, elects to make the best of a bad situation and kick his enemy while he's down. The blow strikes the target's left arm, leaving it in decidedly shabby condition.
Elsewhere: movement. The Hood Chimera struggles to its feet, fortuitously avoiding the serial falls that so plagued its smaller brother in damaged gyrohood. Also climbing up is the Banshee D2 on the left.
The Archer crew begin to make their way to friendly territory.
The Banshee, however, isn't as lucky: the pilot overbalances and smashes into the ground, managing to knock himself out in the process.
(Yes, there's rules for being knocked unconscious. Every time the pilot is injured, there's a chance he'll be knocked out. I completely forgot about this earlier. Along with the PSRs for running/jumping with a damaged Gyro. Finn, take note: running isn't exactly safe anymore. Spin yourself around on an office chair while looking at the ceiling for 5 minutes, then try to run from one end of the house to the other. That's what your machine is currently trying to do.)
Quoting Gondabuggan Hicburry
I dont know what happened to my comment, but what happens when I'm unconscious?
Nothing, other than that you can't do anything. You get a chance to wake up at the end of each turn that's fairly proportional to the state of the pilot; the more he's hurt, the less likely he'll wake up.
Oh, and Sgt. Will Smith, Deus is referring to the Victory of the great Marauders. after all, he is ours. oh, and areesta is it possible for me to have hit some controls randomly during my fall to fire something? ;) just kidding, burt whatever.