Captain Tropov winces as the Odessa is grazed by ice, and the loud shrieks of metal rending make chills run down his spine. It is clear that the damage will not be fatal, at least not now, and so Tropov presses on. Job 5 to G3
The crew of the Odessa do their best to maintain speed, and they continue onward towards clearer water. Job 1 and 2 to H4
Captain Kuragin braces himself, and prepares to run the ice. It doesn't help that Captain Nabokov insists on standing nearby, shivering from the cold seas and wrapped in a heavy blanket. Job 4 to G5
Captain Alekseyev continues towards Petrograd, confident that the worst of the ice is over. Job 3 exits the map.
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