Folk Mission Pack #04
To celebrate the opening-up of the Folk sessions
(which were previously invitation-only), we're releasing a series of packs featuring missions from the first 6 months of Folk. If you and your community enjoy coop and adversarial missions crafted with care using the F2 mission development framework
, and that require only vanilla Armed Assault: Combined Operations
, these might be for you.
BEND: Up to a platoon of guerrillas must ambush an army convoy, destroying or disabling a set number of vehicles and inflicting a certain percentage of casualties before withdrawing. This is a remake of fkoa_co42_highway, with the action transplanted to mountain roads in the east.
CORDONBLEU: The Takistani Army traps elements of the Third International Fighting Brigade of Takistan in the name of Che Guevara inside a cordon of mechanised units, then sends in the Black Turbans to finish the job. This mission can also be played as a coop by using only independent slots.
CORDONBLEUFOR: The Takistani Army traps a US Army liaison unit inside a cordon of mechanised units, then sends in the Black Turbans to finish the job. This mission can also be played as a coop by using only US slots.
CINDERELLA: A US Army infantry platoon (with MARSOC loadouts), supported by a single tank, must hold a village south of Zargabad against an attack by Takistani Army motorised infantry. There are two slots for journalists.
FINALE: A tiny detachment of UN troops with AT weapons and a single BMP-2 join a platoon of poorly-armed militiamen, together mounting a desperate defence of a bridge on the main road into Zargabad's southern districts. There will be tanks.
COCKTAILS: Whilst UN officers and local politicians talk tractor factory deals and party at the villa, the Takistani Army officer cadets (class of '95) have decided to end the corruption once and for all. Everybody has pistols and a drink. Except the officer cadets; they don't get to drink (but they do have second lieutenant Azim's bong).
Extract the .pbo file(s) to your ArmA2 Operation Arrowhead\MPMissions folder.
All missions were built using the F2 mission development framework: http://www.ferstaberinde.com/f2/en/
- ArmA 2