This 1943 scenario offers the Russians a 200mm Rocket OBA with a preregistered hex. The 200 mm is a massive but a one shot deal and it wanders by half a dr. You can’t aim nor correct the thing (it’s automatically inaccurate)! I started the scenario off being less than thrilled about the usefulness of it.
Since Rocket OBA uses a Harassing Fire’s Blast Area, I figured this thing will touch a 5/6 hex area (the rules don’t say whether the error’s rounded up or down.) The GameSquad crowd pointed out there are certain merits to holding off on it so that the Germans will avoid crowding. I put my PreReg hex on 63Q10.
The Russians (I) pushed through the middle – first by largely Assault Moving on board to avoid damage from the various machineguns trained in my direction. Then the Russians executed a Human Wave to rush into the woods ahead. I’d love to say it’s a brilliant move but reality is that I benefited hugely from my opponent’s horrible die rolls.
Oh yes, the Russians get points for taking the multi-hex buildings and by rushing units into the circled area on the right of the map. The Russians win when they stack up 8 points.
Just want to show you the full glory of this 7 date CG ..
I am finally doing DTO!! Unfortunately for me, my first DTO scenario is also a Night scenario, something that I am not very well versed with. Then again hey : I have a GREAT opponent, so the best time is definitely now.
This scenario is an ASL classic. The Germans win by scoring 20 CVPs more than the Brits and by controlling the both Hillock summit. There’s a bombardment before the German turn but it really didn’t do much!
NVR’s 3, the Germans crept in…
This scenario is played on part of the Red Barricades map. SAN starts at 4 for the Germans and 5 for the Russians and increases to 5 & 7 respectively on Turn 2 and 6 & 8 on Turn 4. The Russians are given the chance to open the attack but German reinforcements will come in on Turn 3 (of 5).
They largely compete for the buildings, trenches, rubble, bridge & storage .. but every sniper kill counts as well.
If you play VASL with Skype and has been looking for a voice platform to replace Skype. You might want to check this out.
My opponent Will Fleming set up a server on Discord for voice comms during VASL games and text chat when hanging out.
You can install the app if you want to but you and/or opponent can run this via your browsers with no installs.
Heres the link if you want to try it out https://discord.gg/XxpxAvx
Before you ask, I don’t know what the advantages are beyond what I see on their webpage and beyond feedback from my friends. If you are young and want to try new things with us, here it is.
One of my friends look at it as “VASL lobby on steroids”.