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Bristol is a city, unitary authority area and ceremonial county in South West England and also the largest centre of culture, employment and education in the region. It was under attack and occupied by the Chimera in October, 1950.

Resistance: Fall of ManEdit

During the occupation of Bristol, the Chimeran forces launched an attack on the Southern Command, near the city. Sergeant Nathan Hale and Lieutenant Stephen Cartwright arrived in the outskirts of Bristol, just after they've discovered the Chimera had excavating the tower, which is not been constructed.[1]

Hale and Cartwright are able to assisting the British Armed Forces by repel the Chimera while the soldiers were trying to evacuate the base. Later, Cartwright managed to hijacked one of the Stalkers, allowing Hale to drive out of the hangar and destroys several mortars and few Titans with more than fifty percent of all British troops were killed by the Chimera.[2] During the evacuation of Southern Command, all surviving British soldiers were flown to thier safe zone in Cardiff, Wales. Expect for Nathan Hale, he decided to go into the tunnel and follow the power conduits where it lies beneath the city of Bracknell.[3]

SourceEdit

  1. ^ Bristol, England (level)/Transcript Cutscene: A New Understanding
  2. ^ Bristol, England (level)/Transcript Parting Ways
  3. ^ Bracknell, England (level)/Transcript Cutscene: Desperate Measures

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