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Riding with Lackhart's Lancers

The cracking of super-heated air makes my head snap round. A flash of searing light lances across the landscape, followed by a second. In the distance, I see a body crumple.
“Down and out!” The excitable voice of Rich Lackhart bursts from the radio speaker. “Let’s keep it moving, Lancers.”
Another morning’s commute for a mid 21st Century haulage gang.
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Motorway Patrol interview

It is 4am on a cold September morning. Patrol Sergeant Dave Chapman takes a deep draught of hot tea, standing at the service station in the shadow of the Severn Bridge. For the past two hours, he has driven from London at a sedate 55 mph, showing the flag and protecting his patch. Now he takes a well-earned break.
“Everyone seems to think that we have high-adrenaline lives; that the excitement never stops. We have our moments, but actually, most of what we do is just remind people that we are here; that there is a law; and that someone cares if they break it. That is often enough.”
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Latest opinions

23/9/55: Babylon is a true inspiration in these times of darkness. Under the dynamic leadership of Sir Hector McDonaugh, the company has thrived while so many others failed. Read more

20/9/55: Mayor Rod is victorious. The battle against an insidious foe has been won, and Mayor Forrester-Smythe’s aggressive policies have been vindicated. While others dithered, Mayor Rod took action. The result? Londoners are safe from a creeping infection that has decimated nations, destroyed civilisations and ripped communities in half. Read more

18/8/55: The recent attacks on everyday citizens have shocked the nation. The brutal slaying, just yards from his own doorstep, of Dominic Bruehl, a student with a glittering academic career, has deprived a young man of a brilliant future. On the same day, the gang that style themselves the Motorway Marauders have killed a working driver just weeks away from his retirement. Read more

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The British have always had a great love affair for animals. Since the last large animals became extinct (bears in the 10th century, wild boars in the 17th and wolves in the 18th century), there have been no dangerous animals at large in the British Isles.

As the Scourge devastated the country, tourism decreased to zero. The many zoos, safari parks and even private menageries were superfluous, expensive and in poor condition. Many keepers shot their wards rather than leaving them to suffer, but others, sentimental to the last, released them into the world.

Today, a variety of creatures are re-establishing themselves. Wolves and bears lurk in the regenerating forests, buzzard and eagles soar over the landscape and for the first time in its history, seven species of poisonous snake have established self-sustaining populations.

The RAAC will bring you the latest news on the deadly wildlife threatening our communities.

Wolves: Treat a wolf like an attack dog. It has 2 DP, but one point of damage will not knock it unconscious. Each turn, a wolf gets a claw attack at a base 4 to hit and a bite attack at a base 6 to hit. Each attack does 1d-4 damage (treat zero or below as zero, not one). They are Runner +2, and will rarely, if ever, attack vehicles.