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Fighting Withdrawal ETO (id:#55966)
Multi-Man Publishing (ASL 1 - Beyond Valor (3rd Edition) ID:1)
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Prior Publication: AH: 1st Edition/MMP: 2nd Edition
See Also: A Fighting WIthdrawal by Critical Hit
Designer: Pat Jonke
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Balance:
FinnishRussian
Overview:
The Finns, seeking restitution for the Winter War of 1939, had erupted across the borders and breached the Soviet Karelian front even as the crisis to the south of Leningrad came. In a desperate attempt to salvage something and form a new defense line along the Sestra River, orders went out to break off and retreat southward. One such unit was the 131st Border Battalion, which was to serve as a rearguard. At 1530, orders arrived releasing them to save themselves. . .if they could. Behind them a bakery was on fire, the town hall was ablaze, and ammunition was dwindling. Nevertheless, their young officers organized a fighting withdrawal towards the hills in an attempt to reach newly established lines.
Attacker: Finnish (Elements of 1st Parachute Regiment)
Defender: Russian (Remnants of 131st Border Battalion)  
Turns: 7     Players: 2     OBA: None     Night: No
Sestroretsk Road, Terijoki, Finland 1941-09-02
Unit Counts:
Squads: A:16.0 D:14.0
AFVs: A:0 D:0
Guns: A:0 D:0
Victory Conditions:
Exit VP: Building Control VC: Area Control VC:
Unit Based VC: LOS Style VC: CVP Cap:
Misc Rules: Building Blazes w D: Ammunition Shortage
Map Board(s): 21
Overlays: NONE
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buser333 Added a playing2018-04-05 07:22:14
Yarlis Rated the scenario2018-03-18 11:03:28
Yarlis Added a playing2018-03-18 11:03:26
B-E Karlsson Added a playing2018-03-13 10:57:27
Pieter76 Rated the scenario2018-02-02 15:55:13
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2018-04-03(D) Jeff B vs Phil Wentworth Russian winMy opponent and I had played this one before but he wanted to try his hands as the attacking Finns again as the first time it ended disastrously. Since this was a pickup game I just recycled my original setup that worked so well without changing a unit. If the first time was a disaster this was a catastrophe. The Finns got absolutely shredded in the opening couple rounds. Whereas my sniper was extremely cold the first time around, it was a much different story this time. By the middle of Turn 3 the Finns were still a move away from reaching the back of the original Russian setup so he figured it was right to call it a day.
2018-01-20(A) todd Rezack vs Peter Rogneholt Russian winThe Russians were able to retreat and thus gained the movement advantage on the Finnish
2018-01-06(D) todd Rezack vs Peter Rogneholt Finnish winThe Russians were slaughtered as they tried to make a stand. Its best to stay on the move and make your way to the s end ofthe board rather then fighting was my experience. By the second turn the Finnish troops had almost wiped out the Boarder Bat.
2018-01-01(A) B-E Karlsson vs Russian In progress
2017-11-29(A) Jeff B vs Are Erlandsen Russian winMy Schwerpunkt push in the east hit an early snag when my overstacked hex in Z10 went down almost to a man from his HIP 8-1/447 MMG stack in R6. But Finns bounce back quickly, and by Turn 2 we were well on our way again to pushing down the board. I probably would've gotten away with it too if it wasn't for a pesky turn too long trying to exchange shots across the P-S street. As it was, Are played an almost perfect fighting withdrawal defense. He correctly calculated on Turn 5 that I would not have enough MF to get anybody off the board, so I did my best to position my men to make sure he didn't make it either. But he managed to sneak off two squads and a leader to seal the victory.
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Statistics:
Avg Rating: 7.15Votes: 136
Views: 12653
To-Play list count: 15
Estimated Play time: 4.9 hours
Recorded Games: 98
Archive recorded plays:
Finnish46
Russian51
Drawn:0

ROAR Data:
Fighting Withdrawal [Confirmed]
[A] Finnish 232
[D] Russian 262
Thursday 26 April 2018 05:49:28 AM  (c)dramsey 2018