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7dot62mm02 Oct 2022 6:54 a.m. PST

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Winter of No Surrender (WoNS) is a series of Winter War campaigns for Chain of Command and other game systems. This is our playthrough of the eleventh WoNS campaign Fangs of the Wolf. The campaign is currently in playtest and will be released… later.

We're using Chain of Command rules with the At the Sharp End supplement, loads of special campaign rules, and 20mm figures on an 8x5 ft table. At the time of writing, we have John as Colonel Sharov and Janne as his assistant commander. We have Jarkko as Lieutenant-Colonel Susitaival, with Mikko as his assistant command. We're playing on Discord using three 720p HD cameras as most of the players are located at least 600 km from me.

Here is our AAR: link

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Personal logo Grelber Supporting Member of TMP02 Oct 2022 11:39 a.m. PST

Interesting battle report. Clearly, Finnish victory in the encirclement battles was not pre-ordained, and things might have gone different historically, if the Soviets had had more officers like Lt. Ilyushin.

Grelber

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