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7dot62mm07 Feb 2021 6:55 a.m. PST

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The sky in the south is blood red, a gigantic sheet of tree-silhouetting crimson stretching from the south-east all the way to the south-west and rising up to the heavens where it mingles with the stars. It is the glow of hundreds of homes and barns set alight by the Border Companies. The orders are to leave nothing to the enemy. They may get our lands, but they will not have our homes. There is something so very final about it all.

This is our playthrough of the first Winter of No Surrender campaign Fire in the Sky. We're using Chain of Command rules with the At the Sharp End supplement, loads of special campaign rules, and 20mm figures.

Full report here: link

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mghFond07 Feb 2021 8:37 a.m. PST

Interesting AAR and quite the campaign. Our local group likes our battles bigger though so doubt I would ever try this one. Still I can enjoy it vicariously thru your efforts.

I think the Soviets are in for tough sledding in this one especially given their awful tactics. But then that was the real war too so it makes sense.

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