We all know the job. Sometimes it makes sense to go in solo and start that spy ring slowly from the smaller places first. Revolution doesn't happen overnight and it's better for everyone's stress levels to avoid gathering too much heat right from the paradrop. Also, frankly, gathering the countryside support before charging in to regional hot spots is my preferred style of undercover espionage.
But then the reports started coming about a Gestapo Inspektor knocking on doors not too far from here. You can never really predict what's on their mind, but he could be just one move away from discovering what I've been up to. At that point my options start decreasing very rapidly and that must not happen!
I could maybe disband the local operations here, but I've already worked so hard on this region. With the locals behind me I could also maybe plan an ambush, but my agent on the field is not a combat specialist and that could put her on a really dangerous position. The last thing I need is yet another agent injured before my operation has even reached the first sub-goal.
If only I would've air dropped more agents in this region! What's a spymaster to do?