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TacticalPainter0121 Feb 2024 3:29 a.m. PST

The British are within two games of a major campaign victory in our Operation Martlet campaign for Chain of Command, but can they pull it off? They have a tough table to attack and the Germans are bound to have a say in the matter. The full AAR is here Scenario 5: Winning your Spurs

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Personal logo foxbat Supporting Member of TMP05 Mar 2024 12:13 a.m. PST

Thanks for sharing. Grea(t minis, terrain, photos & narrative, as it is customary with your game reports!

Regarding the game itself, with only (wink) 13 support points, this one marks a sharp turn from the lavish 20 odds you get for the preceding ones, and the map is really not helpful since you basically have to cross all that open ground. I'd been wondering if it can be done with a lavish use of smoke… It could have worked, but as usual, the triple 6 nemesis struck again. I love playing the Brits in CoC (my favorite army) and every time i relied heavily on my 2" mortars, the dice seemed to have a knack for rolling lots of 6 at the most inconvenient time.

TacticalPainter0106 Mar 2024 4:12 p.m. PST

I love playing the Brits in CoC (my favorite army) and every time i relied heavily on my 2" mortars, the dice seemed to have a knack for rolling lots of 6 at the most inconvenient time.

Haha, yes when it works it can do the job but a sudden change in the weather and suddenly you're sitting exposed in full sight of the enemy.

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