Recent Events: 10 Sept ’39

8 Sept:Polish defenders at Westerplatte surrendered
9 Sept: Battle of the Bzura begins.
9 Sept: British Expeditionary Forces (BEF) began landing in France.
10 Sept: Canada declared war on Germany.


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Zadou “Lucky” Baki

Agility: D8Fighting: D4Danger Sense
Smarts: D6Shooting: D6Luck
Spirit: D8Notice: D8Elan
Strength :D4Stealth: D10
Vigor: D4Piloting (Planes): D4Hindrances
Driving: D4Bloodthirsty (major)
Toughness: 4Tracking: D6Cautious (minor)
Parry: 4Survival (Desert): D6Loyal (minor)
Sanity: 6Investigation: D6
Pace: 6"KS: Navigation: D4Languages
Played By: Andy R. Nationality: Moroccan (French) Service: French Army of Africa (former Goumier) MOS: Scout Born to a wealthy French woman and a Moroccan financier, Zadou was schooled in Southern France. Later, he returned with his parents to his father's ancestral home outside of Marrakesh. During bloody uprisings his parents were killed. Zadou joined the French Army of Africa and became a fighter, learning his skills in the rugged mountains to the southeast and in the backstreets and dim alleyways of Marrakesh. The Goums as they were called, were silent, quick-moving raiders and excelled at night raids, and in surprise attacks. Part of the Goums' success lay in their silence as they moved forward, and in their highly perfected art of camouflage. One anecdote ran that one warrior had so successfully camouflaged himself all day in full sight of the Germans that a German officer had wandered over to what he thought was a bush, and had urinated on the motionless head of the Moroccan soldier who bore the trial well, but who marked that particular officer down for special attention that night. Goums did not take any prisoners, and it was well-known to the Germans and Italians what befell anyone who ran afoul of those Moroccans. One of Zadou's cousins, was none other than famed paranormal researcher, Bernard Heuvelmans. Zadou and Bernard had always been close after the death of his parents. Bernard's interest in Zadou seemed more than just the familiar, as Zadou always seemed to have had an "angel at his shoulder" and subsequently acquired the nickname "Lucky". Google Profile

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