Ok Dday June 6-12
The 914th, aka the Dogs of War,
is looking for players who don't know the meaning of the word "quit". We call the Valley of Death our home, and we are charged to hold the town of Vierville at all costs.
The Battle at Vierville is the pinnacle of close quarters fighting at D-Day. Dozens of buildings, many of them multi-storied, fill the floor of a sweeping woodland valley, which is crossed here and there by the channel of a rocky stream.
Every second of your fight in Vierville will be door-to-door, bunker to bunker, with the menacing speceter of heavily bunkered valley walls looming over any would-be attackers. Vierville is a defenders dream, a place that the Allies will be forced to face every man in street-to-street fighting, while your positions on the valley walls lay fire down on the approaches of your enemies.
Dense forest growth, the most rugged terrain, and tightly packed streets lend themselves to some of the most intense engagements of the entire game.
Defend Vierville and La Fiere Bridge from the Allied horde to break your enemy's ability to pincer the entire northern end of the field from the valley.
You orders may also include attacking the Allied held town of St Mere Eglise. Almost a mirror image of Vierville, it is a close quarters slug-fest, all while you fight tooth and nail to hold, or take, the high ground on the valley walls.
Once the battle in the Valley is done, you will fall back to Colleville to fight off the Allied hordes once again.
Whether you're a speedballer, or woodsballer. Whether you like to attack, or defend. In the Valley of Death, we have some of the most diverse action on the field.
For 3 years, the 914th held Vierville. Last year, the Allies had to throw the French Marquis, the 4thID, and two tanks at us to finally end our streak.
Join us and start the streak again!
We are not one of the mammoth units at day. At 60 members, you can be sure that you won't be just a face in the crowd. That means your voice will be heard, and we can put your particular talents to their best use. We are a tight nit group, and we take care of our own.
And best of all, you get to kick butt all day long in the nice cool shade of the VOD.
We are the 914th, The Dogs of War.