Operation: Urizen's Hammock - An Enlightened BAF over London and six other cities
Operation date: 15th of June, 2019
In the wake of a Resistance BAF over London (7th Apr, 2019), one ENL agent was incensed, declaring “that should not go unanswered!”; another ENL agent got out their pen and produced a drawing; a third ENL agent liked the drawing, and helped gather more agents.....
70 days later, a large swathe of England was once again a green and pleasant land.
31 layers covered seven cities (including London) and many, many more towns.
Fields stayed up over 2 CP | 15 fields made the first CP | 13 fields made the second CP.
31 layers averaging 7 million MU each, which, including re-throws, amounted to a total of approximately 287 million MU.
The largest individual field was 7448916 MU.
10 agents gained their onyx illuminator medal:
DanCWilliams1, Davesmate, drahcir101, LessThanJess, Lifson, moomin34, MzKiwiBling, puzzlingsquid, silverkali, WeevilKnievel
Stories from the field
In the South West:
A gallant agent executed critically timed clearance of Smurf fields and links, with active Resistance. The timing of their actions had to be precise to the second, outstanding work!
In the South:
An adaptable and skillful agent was rerouted at the last moment after the car of another agent had broken down, having had to drive miles out of his way to do a complicated sequential rapid takedown, with instructions being relayed to them on the fly.
In the East:
Having done his bit towards this operation, a dedicated agent was at home and in bed, when they answered the call to take down another last-minute tadpole blocker.
In the North East:
Meticulous agents cleared a wide, sparse area via car, covering long distances, despite being down a team down due to car failures.
In the West:
Densely linked blue areas were masterfully cleared by cooperating agents, timing their actions with precision.
In the North West:
Excellent teamwork and with help with agents from out of the area, ensured that the lane was clear. One of these agents had cycled 79.9km before returning home from their efforts!
With incredible patience and humour, an agent drove around in circles around Worcester’s one-way system several times in order to help clear paths for fielding, whilst also picking up the lead fielder to execute the fielding plan there.
This was all achieved by the following 90 agents: