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012 - Somme (Mametz Wood) - 7-10 July 1916

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2 years 11 months ago #92 by alecrespi
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In hindsight, Mametz Wood could probably have...

012 - Somme (Mametz Wood) - 7-10 July 1916

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5 months 4 weeks ago - 5 months 4 weeks ago #684 by alecrespi
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Played yesterday night with a friend of mine.
I played British placing my bomber on left flank.
My friend placed 2 bomber in german right flank (facing mine) and the other one on german left side.
Brits tried to advance mainly on right side (more units and more cards) while Germans pushed on the other side.
The last turn British units were really near victory taking advantage of "Break through" rule, but Germans wins gaining their last 2 VP (1 for killing a unit and 1 for "Brit race against time" rule).
Really tense and enjoyable.
Final Result:
Germans: 7 VP
British: 5 VP

We didn't use at all Reserve Artillery...
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5 months 3 weeks ago #691 by mk20336
mk20336 replied the topic: 012 - Somme (Mametz Wood) - 7-10 July 1916
Ale,
I see you already played with rules for special personnel placement?

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