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245 Worthington Force

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Operation Totalize: August 9th, 1944 Lt. Col. Worthington was ordered to move on Hill 192 during Operation Totalize. Taking his force of BCR tanks and infantry from the Alqonquin Regiment he headed out in the dark hours and quickly became lost. Believing that he was on his objective, dug in. The German commander fearing a breakthrough counter-attacked in force. Incorrectly reporting his position, Worthington had no artillery support and found his tanks being attacked along with German tanks by allied air!

  Canadians German
Division 1

8 Squad Bases
- 20 Regular Infantry
- 4 Elite Infantry
- 2 Officers
- 1 Mortar Crew
- 2 Machine Gun Crew

2x AntiTank

5 Squad Bases
- 12 Regular Infantry
- 4 Elite Infantry
- 2 Officers
- 1 Machine Gun Crew
Division 2

4 Sherman Tank
1 Firefly
2 Half-tracks

+ 4 entrenchments

1 Squad Bases
- 2 Mortar Crews

1 88mm AT Gun

2 Panthers

Strategy Decks Morale 1
American Air Support 1 (shared) (remove Paratrooper card) Max 1 card each round.
Artillery 1
Command 1
American Air Support 1 (shared) (remove Paratrooper card) Max 1 card each round.
Starting Strategy Cards 2 2
Operations Cards - Desperate Defenders - Seize the Initiative
Deployment Zone Any hex on boards 7A, 11B or 8B (Tanks on 11B & 7A only) Any hex on 12B and marked hexes on 6B (ie. The road hexes)
Starting Initiative Setup First Initiative Token
Objective
  • For each round that the Canadians hold the objective, they earn 1 VP.
  • For each Canadian tank heavily damaged or destroyed earns the Germans 1 VP.
  • Player with the most VP at the end of round 6 wins (tie goes to the German player). 
Rounds 6
Actions per turn 3 3
Reinforcements -

Round 1 - Board 6B:
 halftrack + 1 base w/ 1 elite and 3 infantry + 1 Panther

Round 2 – Board 5B:
 Tiger

Round 4 – Board 8B: 1 Tiger + 1 base w/ 1 elite and 3 infantry

Enter on marked or if blocked, any adjacent

Special Rules - -

 

Tags: German Army, Complexity: Low, Rounds, Boards, Year: 1944, Army: Canadian

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