After the first two turns, I felt like I was in a good spot. My company was split into two groups. The first was to move on board and secure the first VPO location. The second was to move up the middle, take the multi-level building in the center of the map and turn right … Continue reading SASL Campaign. Mission- Cautious Advance. June ’41. 1.1
I am close to burning out. Plus the situation around the world is getting to me. I am finding it very difficult to get to ASL stuff. I'm not playing well, and VASL continues to crap on me, and that is a bad combo. This will be a lengthy ASL hiatus. I've got some other … Continue reading Stepping away from ASL for a while.
VASL has heard my grievances and has thrown me a bone. I don't expect it to last. My last game finished in 2019 was RPT52 Death Rattle with Joe Moro. Eight British squads and two Comets (!) must clear 6.5 German squads from the multi-hex buildings between H and P on board S. The … Continue reading RPT52 Death Rattle
Patrick Palma picked up this game of FB4 with me as the next scenario in my Road to Berlin. I am playing the Allies, so got the Russians on the attack in Budapest. This one requires my Russians to descend a hill while attacking some solid SS troops and a few low quality Gendarmes. … Continue reading FB4 HKL259
I normally post a nice AAR of my games after playing them, complete with pictures and whiny commentary. For a recent ASL scenario I played however, I won't be making much fuss about it. The reason is simple: AP34 Bocage Blockage went well enough, hell I almost pulled out a win. Steve … Continue reading AP34 Bocage Blockage and some other ponderings.
Berlin. I don't know what it is about this part of the WWII conflict that mesmerizes me. I love reading about it, writing about it, and gaming it. For whatever reason, the history of the battle for this city at the end of the war compels me to pay attention to it. Adam Lunney … Continue reading BRV 6 Opera of Death
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