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Jackpot JonesGermans attacked exclusively from the east. Not much for the Americans to do except hug the stone buildings and try to maintain as much concealment as possible. Turn 3 he swung some infantry around from the north, but I was patiently waiting for him with my hidden TDs. The only TD he was aware of was desperately clinging to life with the Panther in its face. If I didn't get APCR I'd be keeping concealment and praying. One APCR round later and dead Panther. That was monstrous. Next turn the scouting infantry from the north got stonewalled by my TDs, while the Germans tried to get a toehold in L19/K20. They would try this two turns and get severely rebuffed both times. After the second time they had no more punch left and threw in the towel. Well I've said defending in Hatten, especially as the Americans, shouldn't ever lead to victory so I was wrong. But I needed some extremely lucky dice to get there. This scenario's a bust. buser333
Traverse Right ... Fire!The only thing that really makes this scenario interesting are the random entries and limited first German moves. In our game we both entered from the north and saw each other on the 3rd impulse. I have to think that is the earliest possible. It also meant, had the Germans just lined up behind the hedgerow, that they could have popped me off one by one crossing the hill from my entry hex. I wouldn't have been able to cross the hedges (truck movement) so it would have either been that, making a break for the exit, or piling 5 vehicles into two hexes. I would have chose the latter course except my opponent kept all his vehicles in motion. This allowed me to enter unmolested and line myself up waiting for him to come to me. I made the mistake of taking a crap shot and breaking one of my guns. After that is was strictly shooting at stopped vehicles. MA malfs galore in this one. I broke four guns (fixing two) and he broke two (fixing two). The difference was both of his repaired vehicles were blasted the same turn they returned to action. It ended up being the tank fight my opponent was hoping for, but his ammo just could not penetrate my armor, and mine found the mark most every time. This really isn't the best learning scenario for vehicles. It's also easily broken. I just won't say how. buser333
Morgan's StandThe variability of the German turns of entry is interesting. The first wave was completely infantry and entered from the south/central edge. This was followed with more infantry and a StuG and the attack swung almost exclusively south. The first two turns were a bit costly as they lost two squads and their best leader, as well as leaving a trail of broken bodies in their wake. They did manage to eliminate an American squad and 8-1. Turn three saw them crumble the American defense in the south/central with help from the Brummbar and another StuG, though they did lose a StuG to the M10. Thankfully for the Americans their reinforcements arrived that turn. And, just as thankfully, the bridge held the weight of the M8. They would need a turn to continue meandering their way through the marsh though, which they were able to do with some WP assistance. One more turn would have probably been too late. Turn 4 was extremely rough for the Germans as they lost all their remaining AFVs (an AC, a Panzer, and the Brummbar to recall). Their last group of reinforcements was completely busted trying to break up the American stronghold in the north. They would be eliminated by NQ the next turn. It was obvious at this point that there would be no way to clear all the Americans, so Plan B was enacted to take the bridge. Without armor support and Americans swooping in from their backside this would be very difficult however. Any thoughts of continuing further were put to rest when the M8 found cannister which decimated a squad, and then blasted another 1.5 squads with HE (also placing two flames in the congested woods around the marsh, despite the wet conditions). While this was certainly very fun to play, the variability of the American reinforcements and the potential of the M8 to never even make it across the bridge make this scenario way too dicey for my regular tastes.buser333
Fahrenheit 352I managed to split the German line in two. The western pocket was quickly eliminated before the German reinforcements arrived. The US armor won the tank fight and the Germans were reeling, causing a concession on turn 4.Tomkrny
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