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1 year 8 months ago - 9 months 2 days ago #494 by alecrespi
June 6, 1944: The primary mission of the...


254 Bridges over Troubled Waters
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1 year 1 month ago - 1 year 3 weeks ago #559 by alecrespi
Yesterday I started playing this scenario with my friend Pino and a couple of questions arose:
  1. Stream is Flooded and the Pond is impassable, so how can Germans obtain the "2 Command Point" marker?
  2. For the same reason... How can Americans conquer the Objective Marker on the same hex?
  3. German player doesn't deploy tanks (and he cannot even receive them as reinforcement). So what's the actual use of Americans "Anti-Tank" specialization?
As an immediate fix we chose not to use the pond (removing both objective and 2CP markers).
We left the anti-tank specialization (useless) but we think it could probably be a "flamethrower" spec.

What do you think about it?
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1 year 1 month ago #560 by Johnnyd777
I think the anti-tank unit is worthless and should be changed out. As far as the water sections. You could leave the pond but make the river passable by having a unit stop at the river on one turn and then cross 1/2 movement next turn. That way the terrain feature still has a prohibitive value but not totally impassible. Funneling everything over a bridge makes a game like this too restrictive

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