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Saturday, April 21, 2012

Historical Scenarios keep rolling in!

5 More great Historical (and Historically Inspired) scenarios for you guys today:


  • Red House.  Soviets vs Germans.  STALINGRAD, 1942.  The German 6th Army pushes the Soviet 62nd Army to within eye-shot of the Volga!  Scenario by Craig Baxter.
  • Assault On Rogan.  Soviets vs Germans.  KHARKOV, 1943.  As part of the Third Battle of Kharkov, the SS Panzer Corps launched a number of attacks to try to cut off the roads from Kharkov to the cities of Rogan and Chuhuiv.  Scenario by Denis Kosta.
  • Lingevres.  British vs Germans.  NORMANDY, 1944.  The British 50th Tyne and Tees faces the famous Panzer Lehr Division as the British attempt to break through German lines.  Scenario by Craig Baxter.
  • Narew River Crossing.  Soviets vs Germans.  CHRABOLY POLAND, 1941.  German Forces attempt to force their way across the Bridge across Narew, held by a Soviet Blocking Force.  Scenario by Craig Baxter.
  • Rehearsal For Crete.  British Vs Germans.  ARGOS, GREECE, 1941.  The campaign in Greece is going well for the Germans, who will surprise the retreating Tommies by grabbing the Corinth Canal bridge ahead of the Panzertruppen. Scenario by Mike Bersiks.

8 comments:

Tyler said...

Awesome! Unfortunately, both Red House and Lingevres need to be edited (grammar, omissions, etc.) as there is some ambiguity and confusion in their current state. Is there supposed to be panther platoon in Lingevres?

cbaxter said...

sorry about the errors, sometimes the dyslexia takes over. there are two panther platoons in Lingevres with one tank each in the german list.

i will go back through them when i get a chance and have my wife edit them ;)

lastly i wanted to point out that I had made a mistake on the narew river crossing, in follow up research i found that the 499th was not part of the 352nd at the time of the crossing because, well... the 352nd wasnt formed until 1943. whoops

Tyler said...

Thats ok! They look like a lot of fun :D

cbaxter said...

i hope they are, i find my self always being short one or two things to be able to play so i have been painting like mad to prep for them

Tyler said...

Having all the right units is definitely the hard part! That said, the coolness value of the scenarios makes up for all the work assembling the correct lists. It really is a great alternative to standard "tournament style" play :)

jester_prince said...

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cbaxter said...

i just picked up german cavalry from peter pig to play the narew scenario and just looking at the figures is awesome, i am also having a lot of fun putting together scenarios from primary sources and battle reports. its pretty cool researching the history and coming up with a game based on those actions not points

Neal Smith said...

Rehearsal for Crete has always been one of my favorites

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