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Total plays 2 - Last reported by pino on 2021-09-21 09:25:49

This is an attack on a city block in Stalingrad. The Russians use the same stats as the Americans.

This is a short game, taking maybe 20 minutes after setup.

 

  Soviet German
Division 1

2 Squad Bases
- 8 Regular Infantry

2 Squad Bases
- 2 Regular Infantry
- 3 Elite Infantry
- 1 Officer
- 1 Machine Gun Crew

1x Flamethrower

Division 2

1 Squad Bases
- 4 Regular Infantry

2 Squad Bases
- 2 Regular Infantry
- 3 Elite Infantry
- 1 Officer
- 1 Machine Gun Crew

1x Engineer

Strategy Decks Morale 1 Command 1
Starting Strategy Cards 2 2
Operations Cards - 008 Lay Smoke
Deployment Zone The Allies may deploy anywhere whithin the green hexes. The Germans may setup in any grey hex.
Starting Initiative  

Initiative Token

The Germans begin the game with 2 command points.

Objective The Russians must prevent German victory. The Germans must reach the objective hex by the end of turn 4, and must hold the hex until the end of any turn in which the objective is taken.
Rounds 4
Actions per turn 3 3
Reinforcements

The russians recieve 2 squads of regulars who must enter the board through the purple hex durring their activation on turn 2.

The Russians also recieve 2 squads of regulars who must enter the board throught the yellow hex durring their activation on turn 2.

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Tags: German Army, Soviet Army, Rounds, Complexity: Low, Boards, Year: 1942

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alecrespi replied the topic: #589 9 months 1 week ago
During our last game Soviet player draw 2 "Take Down the Beast" cards (useless).
I strongly recommend removing them from Morale 1 Deck.
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alecrespi replied the topic: #588 9 months 1 week ago
Suggested setup

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From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Atlantic, an iron curtain has descended across the Continent. Behind the line lie all the capitals of the ancient states of Central and Eastern Europe...All these famous cities...lie in what I must call the Soviet sphere, and all are subject in one form or another, not only to Soviet influence but to a very high and, in many cases, increasing measure of control from Moscow.
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