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Mike Substelny

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Here are some of the mission scripts we used at Artemis Armada IV: The One With the Whales.

Missions by Paul Rockwell:

Whale of a Good Time (12 minute Pirate Mission)

The Arena  (Player vs Player mission with "Capture the flag" motif)

Dawn Patrol 2.0 (Pirate mission to capture the most loot)


Missions by Mike Substelny:

Cruiser Tournament (A TSN Cruiser has 48 minutes to destroy as much enemy tonnage as possible)

Carrier Tournament (A TSN Carrier has 48 minutes to destroy as much enemy tonnage as possible. Recommended for full fighter squadron.)

Ximni Tournament (A Ximni Battleship has 48 minutes to destroy as much enemy tonnage as possible. Uses Jump Drive)


Game Mastered Modules by Mike Substelny

Armada IV (General purpose GMed module that lets the GM generate numerous sectors and several "situations" that act as self-contained mini missions. The first three can be used to train newbie crews. The fourth is for killing crews that get too full of themselves.
  1. Ambassador situation is a simple escort mission
  2. Pirate Situation is a complex escort mission
  3. Mad Scientist Situation has the players help with a dangerous experiment gone awry
  4. Inquisitor situation puts the players in an epic boss battle that they will probably lose
Battle of Beachwood (GMed mission for 1-3 ships on per server. Players defend Beachwood Station in one corner of the sector. At Armada IV we had four simultaneous servers with four Game Masters. Up to twelve crews could defend against attackers approaching the station on four different maps. If you have enough resources this mission can handle 100 players or more.

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Wow, thanks for sharing those.
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I used this script this past weekend at a Con. It was a four hour slot. It included a three hour RPG session (using Fate Accelerated rule set), then we spent the last hour on the computers.

They were doing well until I pulled out the Inquisitor. They had me respawn the ship 3 times before they finally admitted defeat.

I tried it again later this weekend on Sunday. It actually got really laggy and then crashed the server. Didn't get a chance to check the log to see what the reason might have been.
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The Inquisitor is also built into The Battle of Beachwood and it was defeated several times at Armada. To beat the Inquisitor three player ships had to gang up on it at once.
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I tried it again later this weekend on Sunday. It actually got really laggy and then crashed the server. Didn't get a chance to check the log to see what the reason might have been.


There might be a bug in the script, or a case I had not considered.

The scripts can get laggy if there are two many AI units, especially fighters and monsters, all at the same time. But as we saw with the Armada script "Medusa's Maze," large amounts of any sort of terrain can bog down the game. Too many asteroids, mines, even nebula clouds can have that effect.

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Thread bump because someone was looking for an implementation of electronic warfare/hacking, which is part of Paul's PvP mission "The Arena" above.
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