Alright, let's stop fucking around. You all know what I'm talking about here. The Hammer of God. Orbital satellite to ground strikes. Oh yeah!
OK, so this depends on quite a few things.
One, clear communications to the satellite or it's controller.
Two, the satellite must be in an appropriate orbital path/time-frame, or Geo-synchronous in order to deliver the Package.
Three, What are the criteria for calling in a god-strike? We have Ogres on the field. How much worse can it get?
Rules: An orbital strike costs the player the 5 armor units during setup. When used, the player declares the target hex and rolls 1d6: on a 5 or 6, the call gets through and the strike is called down. Anything within the target hex is struck at 5-1 odds (if an Ogre, roll for each weapon system and 3d6 for tread damage). For each hex distance from the target hex, reduce the damage by 1 (so 2 hexes away is 4-1 odds, three is 3-1 odds, etc). Anything past 5 hexes is safe. Place a crater in the target hex.