ahh well i'll bump this. My first example. This may be a clsuterfuck but it will be a clusterfuck on april 5th dammit.
Two operatives Mike and Tango prepare to Ambush their victims Whisky and Foxtrot. Due to their extensive preparation and success at tailing their victims (one of which is a civilian that has stepped in to protect Whisky), Mike and Tango received -2 to the DC of their Ambush roll. Mike being the Engagement Specialist rolls for the team rolls a +3 bonus which is 4d6 best 3 +1 against TN 12 (normally 14 but reduced due to the situation). Mike rolls 5, 5, 5, 1, taking the best 3 is 15. Mike rolls 15 beating the TN by 2 and receiving a pop, which he can use hold onto or use to set up the ambush quietly, quickly or stealthily. Mike decides to hold onto his pop for now. Mike explains how he carefully uses the confusing layout of City Alpha to trick Whisky and Foxtrot into his trap.
Initiative: Now that the ambush is in place combat begins. Every character rolls 1d6 + engagement (M3, T2, W2, F2) for Initiatives of 6 for Mike, 8 for Tango, 8 for Whisky, 7 for Foxtrot). Because Whisky and Foxtrot are surprised they miss their first actions and cannot declare objectives (marking them as surprised).
Declaration: Mike and Tango declare two objectives (Mike to provide suppressing fire to keep them in place while Tango dispatches them in hand to hand). Whisky and Foxtrot do not get to declare objectives but will get to act on the 2nd turn this round.
First Turn: Highest Initiative goes first, 8 for Tango. Tango moves into melee range of Whisky and Foxtrot. Whisky and Foxtrot lose their first turn actions because they are surprised. Mike makes his Suppressing Fire check (Rolling 3d6 +2 , getting a 5, 4 and 2 which with the plus 2 is a total of 13, not successful against the Suppressing Fire TN of 14. Mike uses his pop to do so stealthily and does not betray his location (but does consume his pop). Whisky and Foxtrot lose their first turn actions because they are surprised.
Second Turn: Highest Initiative Goes first 8 for Tango and Whisky, surprise loses ties so Tango goes first. Tango attempts to beat on Whisky with her barPost too long. Click here to view the full text.