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Microbiggie20 Nov 2021 12:40 p.m. PST

I wanted to get a game in with some seasonal color, so decided on a WWII East Front CoC game in 15mm. With a nip in the air, I used my Gebrigsjager and the caped Russians. The Mountain troops were rated as Vets and had the extra colored dice (5 and 6s did not count on that dice). Soviets got enough points to dig in and opted for a minefield and light mortar. They also had 3 extra smgs per section-which were an actual detriment for most of the game since they were out of effective range.
Link to the flickr AAR: … 0164364646

John and Greg deploying Jump off Points by Mark Luther, on Flickr

Table overview by Mark Luther, on Flickr

Russians in a trench by Mark Luther, on Flickr

Germans fall back by Mark Luther, on Flickr

German firepower and poor Soviet casualty dice rolls by Mark Luther, on Flickr


Ryan Rabies27 Nov 2021 5:33 a.m. PST

That's a great looking game and the fall colours are a nice touch.

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