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Pain In The NeckFriendly Fire Pack 9Friendly Fire

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Gavin TakeFun, close run. seblick
Costly BaptismMy opponent sent slightly more than half his infantry and a couple Kfz to the east, while the balance took the westerly approach. I had set up a sacrificial half squad in the front row to strip all concealment, but he had to break and run when the Germans made it en masse into the woods he was protecting. This opened the door for a Polish counterattack there though as most of their units here had retained concealment and the Germans were CX. Two of the three CCs they went into were effective, thus greatly reducing the German threat on that flank. His recon by fire was very effective in stripping concealment from my vehicles and eliminating dummy stacks. When the HMG popped up in the east though he quickly redirected his approach to be heavy west central. This was a problem for me as most of my infantry were in the east and could not get across the street with his line of vehicles guarding the way. He was also quite effective with his AT weaponry and I was down to one vehicle by Turn 4. Eliminating my sole vehicle in the west opened the door for a bold push up that side of the board to infiltrate my backfield. This put two more buildings in jeopardy, and he already had secured the requisite three. It was practically hopeless for me at this point but I played it out 'til the end, capturing one building back but the end results saw the Germans with four and the victory. buser333
Where the Winter LingersThe Gebirgsjägers were both accurate at their fire shooting and deadly in melee. The Russian ski brigade was hunted down in the falling snow and save for one squad was unable to exit the trap they have stepped on. With only half a squad eliminated, the Gebirgsjäger got a major victory despite the 1:2 odds.lt_steiner
Totsugeki!von Garvin
Contested SettlementThe Slovakians set an advanced line of defense with MGs in order to slow down the Poles. Scattered elements (half-squads) were left behind to prevent flanking maneuvers from the Poles. The Poles advanced quickly into position and forced their way to the settlement. The flanking Pole section rushed from the East, eliminated some Slovakians in melee and captured a large building. The remaining Slovakian forces gathered in the woods and threatened to get back the control of the two large buildings that the Poles now control. Forcing entry through melee, they succeeded in preventing the Poles the control of one building. Not enough to win they day. A great scenario with deadly melees. As an example a Slovakian leader sacrificed and killed 2 Pole squads. A Slovakian MMC slaughtered two Pole squads with a leader and promoted a new leader.lt_steiner

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