The place: France, US Army Replacement Depot Lucky Strike
Corporal "Handsome" Dan Kronsteen and Sergeant William "Kill Bill" Andersen are the sole survivors of an attack on a nearby village and have only managed to escape by capturing a Tiger tank, single-handedly killing every Kraut in their way, and driving the tank back to base. This has earned them a medal and a few days' respite at Lucky Strike.
The tank is still parked outside, but it's nothing more than a shell. Anderson has sold any moveable parts and so he's well-known as a fixer to Sergeant Jeremy O'Reilly, supply clerk at Strike. O'Reilly has a business proposal: four boxes of morphine and amphetamines have been delivered to Lucky Strike by clerical error and it would be a shame to just let them sit there.
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It took us a while to get started with this playset, but after the First Act, it all fell into place. It was like watching a train gather speed only to drive full steam on a collapsing bridge. A wonderful Fiasco, in other words.
It might no be the most logical story of all times. But logic should not stand in the way of messing things up when you play Fiasco. The rule of cool (or rather: catastrophic) should be the only rule, as long as everyone's okay with what happens.