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Tango0129 Nov 2019 12:55 p.m. PST

"Yesterday myself and Tom finally got together after more than 10 months to carry on our Bloody Bucket campaign. I look at this as the most intricate CoC campaign available. A lot of decisions have to be made by the American player at the start of the campaign about supports and as the campaign progresses about movement of those supports. The German player has unlimited platoons but he has to move them about the combat area to support multiple attacks in the smae campaign turn. The campaign is set during the early stages of Ardennes campaign in the winter of 1944 when the Germans are attempting to take Bastogne. Although it had not snowed yet, we are playing out the campaign on my winter terrain, mostly because I like winter terrain! I should also note that in each campaign turn the Germans can make 2 attacks on 2 different battlefields and blitzkreig a 3rd if they take a table. This a challenge for game set up for sure…"





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Tango0130 Nov 2019 12:20 p.m. PST

How he did the snow…?


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