Ok. So i've been toying around with this idea some, and tweaked it up a bit. I'll have a co-gm if enough interest is generated in this game. I'd say at least 8 - 10 people before we get this started. People could play as Nurses (woot woot), Guards, Soldiers, POWs, *citizens* etc...pretty much anything goes.
World War II, 1940’s, Eastern Front, Russia, Town of Orel
Nestled in foothills, surrounded by Forests, Orel is a rather secluded place. Its location is key, however, as it lays on the banks of a river and provides one of the only crossings of the river for close to 100 miles in either direction. The Bridge has guard posts on either end, and wires running across the river both upstream and down to prevent any boats from attempting to blow it up.
The town itself has a large military population. It’s the Headquarters for the local German Garrison, the Colonel occupying a manor house in the town itself along with his staff and personal guards. A Warehouse by the pier – it was a fishing village at one point – has been turned into a hospital, curtains sectioning off surgery rooms and the more serious wounded from the less serious. The overseer’s office has been turned into the staffs break room, and overlooks the entire floor.
Next to the road leading out from town, a tent-city to house the town’s garrison troops has been erected, surrounded by barbed wire and watchtowers. On the opposite side of the street, a similar tent-town has been erected, but to hold prisoners. Work is going on at both sites to convert the tents into more permanent and weather proof buildings. German MPs are on constant guard at all road blocks – leading into and out of town.
A short distance from town is the processing compound, where all new prisoners are interrogated and some are tortured. Partisan activity in the area has caused worry, and every Russian is a suspect.