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1 year 8 months ago #392 by alecrespi
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056 Prelude to Breakout

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11 months 1 week ago #598 by joeyama
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Hello again,
I've created corrected map for scenario "Prelude to Breakout", applied information from Official/unofficial Errata.
You can download the image file from the following link:

www.mediafire.com/view/t3ipcr3k2r4wudi/T...t-corrected.jpg/file

Hope this gonna help somebody!!

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11 months 1 week ago #599 by alecrespi
Replied by alecrespi on topic 056 Prelude to Breakout
Thank you joey for sharing this.
Attached you can find the scenario picture you sent me.

I've also updated the main scenario picture with a sort of "suggested unit deploy".
Enjoy.
Ale

 
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3 months 3 hours ago #816 by pino
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Not a very well balanced scenario. 9 Maps, 10 turns and Snow Squalls are a lot of space and time for the German to avoid contact with Russian forces. I've played this scenario with my friend Alessandro, and at the end of Round 4 i've reach the two objective points and almost annihilated the entire Russian forces....what could i say?

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