Friday, 30 December 2011

The Complete works of "The S.P.A.C.E Man" so far..

riding on the crest of a wave, here is the seris bible plus updates for Episode 1 and 2:

Spyforce Episode 3

Thanks to a idea I have I now present you Spyforce's 3rd battle report as it was intended to be read!


Saturday, 17 December 2011

Just a bit of Fluff to fill in the new models being used for game 2

Casting Controversies for S.P.A.C.E?

It would seem that controversy is never that far away from set of “The S.P.A.C.E Man”. A few weeks ago the show was accused of disrespecting Vietnam war veterans by its hiring and firing policy. Then The production grew was hit with an “illness” that has caused delays in filming. Add to this the suggestion by some that its dealings with NASA may be a bit more than business then it is not good for the educational spyfy show.

Now the show has courted controversy by its new extras. The show has hired two new extras to replace those who walked off the set after Mark Baconmil was promoted, but as this leaked publicity photo shows, they have also have a third extra, a racy glamour model.

The studio is remaining tight lipped as to who this female actress is, and have issued a statement defending their choice.

“Viewing figures suggest that the inclusion of more female characters (l – R) A new Extra, T.I.T.A.N, Franz Atlas, A extra, John Redstone, Wernher von Braun, Matt Juno, an extra
would benefit the show. We take the
Background of all actors in the show into consideration but see no reason why this gir cannot have a part in SPACE”.

Time will tell if the choice was a good one or not. In further contriversy this leaked photo also shows the cast posing with contriverial moon rocket designer Wernher von Braun. Braun is a contriversial figure due to his relationship with Nazi Germany during world war two and his creation of the V2 rocket that brought so much death to England. A source close to the show suggests Braun is set to cameo in a episode of SPACE. This paper wonders what the aging rocket scientist will make of partaking in such a bizare show. At least given their contriversies they will have somthing to talk about.

News from Spyforce

Hi all. Time for a update. Here is Bobs write up for his game with luke. This should have pictures attached so I will try and repost when  I work out if I can paste in the whole thing pics and all
2nd Episode of 7TV

The Raid

The second episode of SPYFORCE UK saw them involved in a race to recover a down pilot as of a top secret aircraft with those men and women in very dark blue the “Police Riot Squad in Color”. It was very important that the pilot was quickly rescued by the SPYFORCE UK team so that he could be returned to the RAF for debriefing before any other group could get to him. There have been questions over the trustworthiness of the Riot Police Squad as there have been confidential reports of items they have handled turning up in questionable hands.

For the second time running, luck played a major part in this episode with yet again it going against the SPYFORCE UK team. They must be starting to wonder if things will ever go right for them.

The episode also saw outrageous brutality from the “boys in blue”. Whoever is in charge of these thugs needs to be careful as he is in danger of turning what is supposed to be a “family show” into one that can only be shown after the 9 o’clock watershed.

Both teams were reduced in number but there still seemed to be plenty of Riot Police available especially as they are each equipped with body armour and riot shield not counting their heavy truncheons – one wonders if they are bending the rules. The SPYFORCE UK team only had available: -

Major John Erskine MC leader of the SPYFORCE UK group

Corporal Parker

Private Harris - the team’s Dog Handler with the Team’s mascot and specialist sniffer dog  Wolfgang

Private Wheeler - the team’s driver with his trusty Landrover.

The episode started well for SPYFORCE UK with them gaining the best initial deployment but them the “Riot Police” brought in a crane and move two large metal containers – one immediately in front of the Landrover and the second immediately behind it. Thus the SPYFORCE UK team were prevented from using their Landrover.

In fact their first moves where limited to getting out of the Landrover and making limited movement to around the container.

Pat of the Riot Police Squad went and searched for the pilot at one of a number of possible locations. The other remained in their large police van.

Although the SPYFORCE UK team were now limited to walking the checked two locations and Major John Erskine MC found the pilot at the second. Although slightly injured the pilot was able to walk with Major Erskine back towards the other members of the team to enable them to assist him to get back to the RAF for debriefing.

It was at this stage that the Riot Police Squad lunched an unprovoked attack using terrible police violence on the SPYFORCE UK team.


This co-ordinated violence included driving their police van at one soldier, attacks on “Wolfgang” and on all other members of the team including Major Erskine.

Everything did not go the way of the Riot Police as one was hit by soldiers trying to defend their colleagues and the unit’s mascot.  Wolfgang also defending one of the members of SPYFORCE UK took down one of the police before being beaten unconscious

However, numbers finally took their toll and the out-numbered members of SPYFORCE were stunned and dragged off by the Riot Police with the injured RAF pilot.


The “Police Riot Squad in Color” cast achieved a Sound Victory gaining 100 production points whilst SPYFORCE UK received only 40. However, they did gain another 10 for having spend less on their cast than the “Police Riot Squad in Color” producers.

Unfortunately in the epilogue event the SPYFORCE UK  team lost 10 points when the show’s accountant unsuccessfully gambled part of the payroll.

The “Police Riot Squad in Color” team won a coveted “Benny” award for the second time running. Unfortunately one of their cast walked out on them disgusted with the

outrageous brutality and violence that he had to take part in.

The SPYFORCE UK team had originally been cast with 250 production points using 242 points leaving 8 points for the initial episode.

At the end of the first episode the team had gained 50 points after the S.P.A.C.E. man had gained a Minor Victory. This gave them 58 points from which production costs of 25 had to be deducted leaving 33 for improving the show. The SPYFORCE UK was then increased by a corporal and a private.

Following the second episode there was only enough extra points to raise Major John Erskine defence factor from 4 to 5.

Production Cost for SPYFORCE UK
Cast rating
Initial Production Sprend
Actual Spend
Extra production spend available after episode one
New spend
10% production cost of 250
Spent - One soldier with rifle
One corporal with SMG
Extra production spend available after episode two
10% production cost of 250 (size of the game)
Spend - increasing Major Erskine def factor from 4 to 5

Saturday, 10 December 2011

Of Colds and Silence


Not posted in a bit due to varios comittments. The second 7TV campain game took place yesterday but unfortunaly I wasn't near it as I had contracted a bad cold and was not in a good way, Plus nobely I didnt wish to pass this to other cast members.

Annoyingly I discovered too late that I was only taking half the amount of cold capsules I could have been. Never mind.

I do have cast news coming up shortly and I will hope to find out the results of the game I missed.