Brother! I almost me my end today! Lessons learned for sure, let me impart unto you some wisdom for your training. My team and I were tasked with routing a pinned down ork group. I mistook our enemy to be disorganized and in my haste set up our team do deliver the mont'ka. We besieged the enemy from all sides, Ores and our two marksmen took up one corner in the ruined city, Shi to to the corner of their right, and Ukos in the corner to their right. I set myself up on my lonesome to try and mark the enemy and cut them off. The enemy were huddled in the center with a one of their death machines and automated gun emplacement. The enemy split forces, sending half towards Shi, and the other half to Ores and the snipers. We countered by trying to down the Kan and shifting forwards, but to no avail. The orks then peppered Shi, causing his suit to fail, though he was safe inside. The warboss decided to focus his attention on me, and I felt terribly alone. Ukos moved towards me to help stem the tide, and Ores continued to decimate the Kan, but still did nothing. The boss and his boys ran down the street towards me, firing wildy, but I managed to mark out the warboss' nob and Ukos ended him. Ores shifted his focus to the boys around him, and so too did the marksmen. The warboss decided to charge at Ukos, bringing his suit down. Ores's suit also failed to the many bullets breaking though his armor, yet he was able to boot the suits system to bring it back into operation. In a fit of uncharacteristic rage, I attempted to buy time for Ukos to eject, so I charged the warboss. I slipped a knife into his gut, but he seemed to ignore it and ripped up both of my drones. Ukos called over the comms that he escaped, and I used my drones destruction to also flee while the boss was distracted. i signaled for a fighting retreat, better to regroup that to get routed entirely.
Remember this lesson Snae'ta, splitting your fire could leave you team unqualified to deal with large threats. Assess the situation carefully and use your mobility and superior training to seize the day, and strength in numbers. Achieve victory as one!