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Acp gets rekt

Hola Nachos!

After a fun filled, action packed day of evading bots, playing with AR, destroying bots, and crapping on Ahmed’s life, we were able to liberate the glorious Nachonnian Capital , Fjord. For a summary of what we went through today, it started off with us logging on Fjord to find a small platoon of bots. We quickly decided to log on to White House where instead we met a freaking legion of bots.  We spent a total of 15 minutes jumping room to room to evade the bots and we even went as far as going into the semi-isolated EPF Command Center. We decided to just log BACK on Fjord and eventually had success in evading the bots. The Army Republic showed up and together we crapped on ACP’s life taking the server Fjord. Eventually the bots came back, we battled it out a bit, and ACP’s Sidie9 kindly private messaged me and informed me of ACP’s surrender. We Nachos averaged 12-13 soldiers and had a max of 15. We could have done better, but all that matters is we have Fjord back! Good job guys!

Pictures of our struggle below:

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