Let’s Play XCOM Enemy Unknown Episode 5

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Let’s Play XCOM Enemy Unknown Episode 5

Welcome back to my let’s play of XCOM Enemy Unknown Episode 5! Our squad will travel to Munich, Germany this time for a bomb disposal unit. The RPG designers on this mission are Sq. Petersen, Cpl. Hardy, Cpl. Arneson, and Cpl. Stolze.

This is a time-sensitive mission in which we need to take out a number of power nodes. Each power node will give us another turn to execute the main mission, defuse a bomb in an abandonned train yard.

After dispatching some Sectiods and Thin Men we were able to succesfully complete our mission and everyone involved earned a promotion. Back at base we also continued our excavation efforts and increased our squad size and gained experience points in the Officer Training School.

Our research team finishes the Xeno-Biology research and Dr. Vahlen wants us to start bringing in live alien specimens. We need an Arc Thrower and an Alien Containment Facility for that first though. The team then starts the autopsy of some of the Sectoid and Thin Men creatures we brought back from our missions.

The Council Report at the end of the month brings in some much needed cash which enables us to start constructing another Satellite Uplink. Engineering also start working on another satellite.

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