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Puster Sponsoring Member of TMP writes:

Also, reportedly, to some ill-trained American troops, the Panzer IV did look like a "Tiger".

And Warlord Games made this single stupid incident a general into a rule for all Panzer IV in "Bolt Action", covering all theatres all periods. Just griping around a bit.

To be fair, the original game report includes two Tigers – just not the selected image.


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Battlefront writes:

In this battle, I had the chance to field my first force from the new D-Day: American book. This is a fantastic book, and along with the accompanying command cards, it gives you great options to customize your force.

M10s vs Tigers

I was going for the veteran Armored Rifles. Here I particularly like the subtle difference with the regular Armored Rifles who are better at rallying (Blood 'n Guts) and the veterans who are not as good as rally but are careful and have tactics. The Armored Rifles have everything you could wish for: infantry, bazookas galore, support weapons, and their trusty halftracks which can lay down strong supportive fire.

This book is easily my favorite book so far. For this game we played 65 points, our group Burning Bridges is now playing Late War Normandy and gradually expanding our forces as we paint and get them ready…

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