One sunny day in Libya, Nov 1941, a victorious column of New Zealanders from the 25th Battalion got ambushed by a counterattack personally directed by Rommel! One Valentine caught several rapid shots from their ROF3 guns but 2 managed to ran off! The New Zealand infantry were caught in the open and were getting shot at, blasted and overranned.
Unfortunately for them, this is my first real DTO ..
We have Brazilians in Northern Italy, April 26 1945. They are to capture 5 out of the 8 buildings on the map in 6.5 turns. The map has the buildings split up, 4 to each side. The Germans have 3 Italian AB41. The Brazilians have these really nice M8 Greyhounds as well as 3 Shermans, one sporting a 105mm howitzer.
Your pretty common M4A1.
M4 with a 105mm Howitzer!! This thing has S7, WP9 & sM8! Should be able keep them smoked for a little while.
Fine, it’s OT and not the most well suited in an urban environment. However, this sweet little car has Cannister shot (C7) aside from FP8 from its CMG & AAMG. Its 36 MPs & urban pave roads yells “go anywhere shoot anything”.
I finally get to play one of the most oft played ASL classic, the first scenario in Beyond Valor: 1 Fighting Withdrawal. I see almost 600 games reported on ROAR!
I got the Finns and my new-ish opponent got the Russians and the balance – ie the Russians do NOT suffer from ammo shortage. The Finns need to exit more VPs than the Russians in 7 turns!
This is one of the more popular Friendly Fire scenarios. It’s Poland, September 1939 and the Poles launched an offensive against a German flank. The Poles win if 6 or more German squads equivalents are eliminated or captured. Each wooden building containing => 1 Polish squad equivalent equates to a German squad eliminated.