Folk Mission Pack #05
To celebrate over a year of the Folk sessions
, we're releasing more packs containing missions developed specially for Folk (64+ in the first year). 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.
DARING RAID: A small group of guerrillas start with terrible weapons and barely any ammo (although they have an exciting range of cars and bikes!), they must take better weapons from an enemy base, then move on to tackle some enemy armour in a nearby village.
CARTE BLANCHE: A group of farmers look for their weapon caches and then try to destroy as much of Takistani Army as they can. There are multiple bases to attack as objectives but no overall goal beyond causing as much havoc as possible.
STRIFE VALLEY (2 versions): Enemy forces have set up a radar facility and artillery battery in a wide valley. Destroy these targets and kill an enemy officer as well! Enemy forces include 2 armoured targets, several motorised forces and around 2 platoons of enemy infantry. The player side has access to 2 offroads with MGs and one with a recoilless rifle. LE version removes armoured enemies, reduces enemy motorised and infantry numbers but has fewer slots and removes the recoilless rifle offroad.
HUNT FOR AZIM A squad of Takistani soldiers have 20 minutes to search for (and capture) a player controlled fugitive - Azim. Azim is hiding in an area controlled by AI insurgents who are friendly to him but will engage the Takistani soldiers on sight.
AMBUSH AT TOPOLKA: Spetznaz forces must quickly lay an ambush for a convoy of armour and troops. After destroying the convoy, prepare for a counter-attack.
RIVER ASSAULT: Mechanised forces must cross a river (or drive across a defended dam) and destroy some enemy hardware. There is a deployable mortar that is fun to use.
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