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TacticalPainter0117 Sep 2023 11:57 p.m. PST

We move on to Scenario 2 and the third game in the campaign. The mist has lifted and so British deployment is no longer so unpredictable while the Germans still suffer the effects of that heavy pregame barrage. Can they deploy effectively and hold back the British. Full AAR here: Operation Martlet Scenario 2: Pushing On

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advocate Supporting Member of TMP18 Sep 2023 4:50 a.m. PST

Thoughtful as ever.
It often strikes me that in a campaign game, a high force morale might tempt one to take more casualties than is wise – not a temptation either you or your opponent has fallen for here.

79thPA Supporting Member of TMP18 Sep 2023 9:56 a.m. PST

A well thought out and great looking game.

TacticalPainter0118 Sep 2023 2:29 p.m. PST

It often strikes me that in a campaign game, a high force morale might tempt one to take more casualties than is wise not a temptation either you or your opponent has fallen for here.

Thanks. Yes, that's a good point. I tend to see high force morale as a good buffer against misfortune rather than a license to take casualties. Some events like a knocked out tank that explodes can cause quite a hit to FM. While not a catastrophic loss to your core platoon the drop in FM gives you less flexibility and tends to mean you will take less risks.

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