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Makhno191823 Nov 2022 7:44 p.m. PST

AAR part 3: Battle for the Telefonica
We resumed this game on a Saturday morning in late fall. This time we were lucky to have Chris join us. He was not interested in continuing with the single-player mechanism, however, which had seen John and I fighting cooperatively against the nationalist coup using the single-player rules. Chris decided he would take command of the army, even if they were already sorely beaten up and facing near-insurmountable odds. You have to admire his fighting spirit…

The day commenced with Chris winning the initiative for the Round Ten. He had recent reinforcements from an artillery battery, but they were in motion and their four 75mm cannons were not ready to fire. For the ranged attack phase, Chris leveled one cannon at the tavern directly in front of the mutinous soldiers' headquarters. I had an advanced group of CNT workers militia headed toward that tavern.

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