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Personal logo etotheipi Sponsoring Member of TMP03 Nov 2022 6:11 p.m. PST

Last week, we played our annual run of our Oxi Day scenario.


The driving factors in this Italian invasion of the Pindus Mountains of Greece in early WWII were the Italians reliance on Nazi reinforcements that never cam and the battle-hardened Greek populations eagerness to volunteer to take up arms against the invaders.

While we used a version of the scenario that randomized the reinforcements and levying of volunteers, we ended up with pretty much what happened in real life. But with the additional randomization, neither set of commanders could rely on additional troops until they actually showed up … or didn't!

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