TheGreatWar Scenario Statistics FULL

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Here you will find various statistics about our scenario database.

Total Plays

All scenarios played a total of 298 times

  

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CategoryMap NameGamesTOP ArmyBOTTOM ArmyLast PlayerLast Game
Unsorted 001 - Opening Action 1 9 67% 33% alecrespi 2018-08-02
Unsorted 002 - Opening Action 2 4 50% 50% mk20336 2017-01-22
1915 003 - Loos (2nd Division Diversionary Attack) - 25 September 1915 20 45% 55% Barks 2018-01-03
1915 004 - Loos (Hohenzollern Redoubt) - 25 September 1915 9 33% 67% Barks 2018-01-04
1915 005 - Loos (German Counter-Attack) - 27 September 1915 5 80% 20% MarkMcG 2016-01-16
1915 006 - Loos (Fight for the trenches) - 29 September to 3 October 1915 8 50% 50% Grondeaux 2019-02-02
1915 007 - Loos (Renewed British Offensive) - 13-14 October 1915 6 33% 67% Grondeaux 2019-02-09
1916 008 - Somme (Hawthorn Ridge Mine Explosion) - 1 July 1916 8 63% 38% Grondeaux 2019-02-19
1916 009 - Somme (Mash Valley & La Boisselle) - 1 July 1916 6 33% 67% Grondeaux 2019-02-23
1916 010 - Somme (Sausage Valley & La Boisselle) - 1 July 1916 9 56% 44% Grondeaux 2019-03-02
1916 011 - Somme (Mametz) - 1 July 1916 8 63% 38% Grondeaux 2019-03-02
1916 012 - Somme (Mametz Wood) - 7-10 July 1916 9 100% 0% Grondeaux 2019-03-09
1917 013 - Vimy Ridge (1st & 2nd Canadian Infantry Divisions) - 9 April 1917 6 33% 67% Grondeaux 2019-03-16
1917 014 - Vimy Ridge (Hill 145) - 9-10 April 1917 11 55% 45% Grondeaux 2019-03-16
1917 015 - Vimy Ridge (The Pimple) - 12 April 1917 5 40% 60% Grondeaux 2019-04-23
1917 016 - Vimy Ridge (Bois-en-Hache) - 12 April 1917 4 75% 25% Grondeaux 2019-05-07
1916 017 - Somme (Montauban 30th Division) - 1 July 1916 4 25% 75% Grondeaux 2019-05-11
1916 018 - Somme (Montauban 18th Division) - 1 July 1916 4 25% 75% Grondeaux 2019-05-14
Unsorted 119 - British Tanks - Opening Action #1 4 50% 50% FreeloadingPhill 2016-11-29
Unsorted 120 - German Tank - Opening Action #2 4 75% 25% FreeloadingPhill 2017-11-19
1916 121 - Somme (High Wood) - 15 September 1916 6 67% 33% kengendug 2018-11-22
1916 122 - Somme (Flers and Coucelette) - 15 September 1916 5 40% 60% kengendug 2018-11-22
1917 123 - Messines Ridge - 7 June 1917 7 57% 43% Grondeaux 2019-05-28
1917 124 - Passchendaele (Fray Bentos) - 23 August 1917 5 60% 40% kengendug 2018-11-22
1917 125 - Cambrai (Siegfried Stellung Line) - 20 November 1917 7 0% 100% pmiranda 2019-01-31
1917 126 - Cambrai (Siegfried Stellung Line - Part 2) - 20 November 1917 4 25% 75% mk20336 2019-06-09
1917 127 - Cambrai (Flesquieres Ridge) - 20 November 1917 5 60% 40% pmiranda 2019-03-23
1917 128 - Cambrai (Havrincourt Village) - 20 November 1917 4 0% 100% pmiranda 2019-04-14
1917 129 - Cambrai (Graincourt) - 20 November 1917 2 0% 100% pmiranda 2019-05-20
1917 130 - Cambrai (St. Quientin Canal) - 21 November 1917 5 40% 60% mk20336 2019-12-08
1917 131 - Cambrai (Fontaine-Notre-Dame) - 23-25 November 1917 3 100% 0% mk20336 2019-05-11
1917 132 - Cambrai (Bourlon Village & Wood) - 23-25 November 1917 6 33% 67% mk20336 2019-09-02
1917 133 - Cambrai (German Counter Attack) - 30 November 1917 3 67% 33% MarkMcG 2019-05-26
1918 134 - St. Quentin - 21 March 1918 2 100% 0% kengendug 2018-12-02
1918 135 - Colincamps - 26 March 1918 2 0% 100% kengendug 2018-12-03
1918 136 - Second Battle of Villers-Bretonneux - 24 April 1918 3 100% 0% kengendug 2018-12-07
1918 137 - Villers-Bretonneux (Tank vs Tank) - 24 April 1918 2 100% 0% MarkMcG 2016-11-11
1918 138 - Villers-Bretonneux (Tank vs Tank - Part 2) - 24 April 1918 6 50% 50% alecrespi 2017-06-01
1918 139 - Villers-Bretonneux (Tank vs Tank - Part 3) - 24 April 1918 5 20% 80% Decebalus 2016-11-28
1918 140 - Niergnies - 8 October 1918 1 0% 100% Decebalus 2016-11-28
1916 241 - Verdun (Bois Des Caures) - 21-22 February 1916 5 60% 40% mirkobruner 2020-05-13
1916 242 - Verdun (Beaumont) - 22 February 1916 6 33% 67% mk20336 2020-04-26
1916 243 - Verdun (Samogneux) - 24 February 1916 6 33% 67% MarkMcG 2020-05-19
1916 244 - Verdun (Fort Douamont) - 25 February 1916 7 29% 71% toganalper 2020-04-30
1916 245 - Verdun (Across the Meuse) - 6-9 March 1916 6 50% 50% MarkMcG 2020-07-12
1916 246 - Verdun (Le Mort Homme) - 13-20 March 1916 5 60% 40% MarkMcG 2020-05-19
1916 247 - Verdun (Fort Vaux) - 7-8 March 1916 4 100% 0% mk20336 2020-05-03
1916 248 - Verdun (Malancourt) - 20-22 March 1916 5 20% 80% MarkMcG 2020-05-10
1916 249 - Verdun (French Attack on Fort Douaumont) - 22 May 1916 1 0% 100% tantalon 2019-07-07
1916 250 - Verdun (Fight for Fort Vaux) - 2-6 June 1916 1 100% 0% tantalon 2019-07-07
1916 251 - Verdun (Fleury) - 23 June 1916 1 0% 100% tantalon 2019-07-07
1916 252 - Verdun (French Retake Fort Douaumont) - 24 October 1916 1 0% 100% tantalon 2019-07-07
1917 253 - Nivelle Offensive (St. Quentin) - 1-4 April 1917 1 0% 100% tantalon 2019-07-13
1917 254 - Nivelle Offensive (La Folie Farm) - 4 April 1917 1 100% 0% tantalon 2019-07-27
1917 255 - Nivelle Offensive (Caronne) - 16 April 1917 1 0% 100% tantalon 2019-08-03
1917 256 - Nivelle Offensive (Caronne Afternoon) - 16 April 1917 1 0% 100% tantalon 2019-08-10
1917 257 - Nivelle Offensive (Berry-au-Bac) - 16 April 1917 1 100% 0% tantalon 2019-08-14
1917 258 - Nivelle Offensive (Moulin-de-Laffaux) - 5 May 1917 1 0% 100% tantalon 2019-08-14
1917 259 - Battle of Malmaison (Guillain Farm) - 23 October 1917 4 25% 75% tantalon 2019-08-18
1917 260 - Battle of Malmaison (Laffaux Salient) - 23 October 1917 1 100% 0% tantalon 2019-08-24
1917 261 - Battle of Malmaison (Vaudesson) - 23 October 1917 2 50% 50% tantalon 2019-08-25
1917 262 - Battle of Malmaison (Fort Malmaison) - 23 October 1917 1 100% 0% tantalon 2019-09-13
1916 CO01 - Western front Strongpoint (Fort) - Late 1916 0 0% 0%
1914 MM01 - The Battle of Le Cateau - 26 August 1914 9 22% 78% Pupski 2020-01-17
1916 MM02 - Fromelles - 19 July 1916 0 0% 0%
1914 MM03 - Battle of Mons (The Nimy Salient) - 23 August 1914 1 100% 0% ErikUitdebroeck 2019-01-20

 

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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' ~~~