013 - Vimy Ridge (1st & 2nd Canadian Infantry Divisions) - 9 April 1917

More
7 years 5 months ago #91 by alecrespi

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
6 years 7 months ago #328 by Mark McG
Tough scenario for the Germans with so few units

"Feed the troops on victory"- Gen. Sir John Monash

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
6 years 7 months ago #339 by tantalon
One of the most intense scenarios.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
5 years 2 days ago #685 by alecrespi
Canadians tried a full advance (trying to get the most from numerical superiority and some good "no-manìs-land" rolls).
Germans had some poor cards and advanced with second line units to reinforce front line trenches.
Canadians draw some great Artillery Bombard cards in conjunction with Box Barrage.


Reserve Artillery value of 5 and some good rolls made the trick on Canadians left side, wiping out almost 4 units.
The other 2 VP came from both the advance on German Front Line and killing a lone units in center section.
Final Result:
Canadians: 6 VP
Germans: 2 VP


Definitely the artillery played an heavy role in this game... that has been really fast!

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
5 years 2 days ago #686 by alecrespi
This is the shot of the final turn!
Ale

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
4 years 7 months ago #726 by alecrespi
Played this one again yesterday.
Canadians Won 6-5 with 2 VP from enemy front line and breakthrough rules.
Great game.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

Time to create page: 0.740 seconds

Forum Statistics

  • Total Users:203
  • Latest Member:Rwil
  • Total Posts:1919
  • Total Topics:1079
  • Total Sections:3
  • Total Categories:10
  • Today Open:0
  • Yesterday Open:0
  • Today Answer:0
  • Yesterday Answer:0

Top Posters

Top Posters Posts
Mark McG 260
alecrespi 254
mk20336 176
Clexton27 46
gotigerssc 27

Top Thanks

Top Thanks Thanks
Mark McG 39
bdgza 12
mk20336 8
alecrespi 7
Clexton27 3

Random Quote

I saw them tie a soldier to a cartwheel with his arms outstretched as a punishment. I also knew of men who did themselves in. British soldiers weary of sitting in the trenches who cut their throats during leave. If order hadn't been maintained, they would have deserted. They were coerced. When you're in the army, you can't just do whatever you want. ~~~ Gaston Boudry, in the Belgian book 'Van den Grooten Oorlog' ~~~