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Acts of Defiance ETO (id:#56100)
Multi-Man Publishing (ASL 1 - Beyond Valor (3rd Edition) ID:135)
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Prior Publication: Dagger: Rout Report X13, CH #1: CH5, AH: ASL Annual `95 A68
See Also: Acts of Defiance by Avalon Hill Acts of Defiance by Critical Hit Acts of Defiance by Dagger
Designer: Pete Mudge
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Balance:
GermanRussian
Overview:
By 16 February, the encirclement of Breslau was complete. Acting on Marshal Konev’s orders to secure the Silesian city, General Gluzdovsky ordered an attack against the crucial Gandau airfield, one of the city’s last links with the west. Facing grim German Volkssturm and Hitler Youth battalions, the Russians were initially thrown back with heavy losses, and were unable to capture the field until 23 February. The 25th saw battle-hardened troops of Fallschirmjager Regiment 26 arrive on a makeshift runway. The Russians were shocked to be facing these tough veterans instead of old men and boys. Still, the vice-like grip inexorably squeezed tighter on festung Breslau. With massive artillery support, the Russians blasted their way into the older, canal-lined sections of the city. One such attack overran a Volksstrurm-held position, crossed a canal, and became a tiny toehold in the German perimeter. With typical reaction, a parachute company and ad hoc infantry units quickly counterattacked the new Soviet threat.
Attacker: German (Bataillon Fallschirmjäger Regiment and Infanterie Division 609/Hitler Youth/Fallschirmjäger-Pioniere Companie/Gruppe Hartmann)
Defender: Russian (Elements of 6th Army)  
Turns: 6     Players: 2     OBA: Russian     Night: No
Breslau, Germany 1945-02-27
Unit Counts:
Squads: A:19.5 D:15.0
AFVs: A:2
JgdPz IV/70 x 1
StuPz IV x 1
Goliath x 2

D:5
T-44 x 3
ISU-122 x 2

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: H-t-H, No Quarter w A: Hitler Youth 2-3-7 Stealthy, Fanatic, Sewer Movement
Map Board(s): 20 21 23
Overlays: NONE
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buser333 Added a playing2019-06-14 11:26:11
TomAbromaitis Added a playing2019-01-01 16:12:41
hoxson1 Modified the Unit Elements2018-09-27 12:50:01
igycrctl Added a playing2018-05-16 12:07:37
cosarara Added a playing2018-05-07 03:50:12
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2019-06-13(D) Jeff B vs John Malaska Russian winA very strange opening to the game when NO rubble was created. I setup so the Germans wouldn't have any free shots at unconcealed units, basically giving the AA3 building away. Things immediately took another strange turn when it started raining. This prevented the Germans from laying any smoke. What shots they did have were effective, breaking two Russian squads and killing a HS, but they lost two of their own in a dangerous stack move. Per the script, they rolled both Goliaths to the east bridge and ran the rest of them to cover the west. Russian OBA was unusually accurate and ready to drop on a house full of Germans. The east bridge was blown to bits. Things were off to a banging start. The rain then became heavy and remained this way throughout the game. I thought this would hurt me in particular, but it really just hurt whoever was doing the shooting. A devastating Turn 2 probably sealed their fate when they lost four more squads and two leaders, most of these coming when the bridge guardians cracked to a man and were surrounded and rounded up. They still had both tanks HD guarded by a PSK, but 5.5 squads and a leader lay broken in or beyond the U2 building. Russians actually took to the offensive. A concession certainly could've been in order, but John pressed on to his credit and we some rollicking good fun up until the end.
2018-12-31(A) Tom Abromaitis vs Russian winAn excellent scenario. Germans couldn't blow the bridges!
2018-05-05(D) Paolo Cariolato vs Enrico Granata Russian winI played AoD last time in 2006 wished I hadn't wait so long to put it on the table again. Great scenario against a great opponent. The russian advantage was somewhat mitigated in our game since OBA put down a single SMOKE mission. Play it you won't regret.
2018-02-17(D) Jonathan Kapleau vs Duenskie, Ron German win
2017-10-07(A) Jason Wert vs Ron Duenskie Russian winGreat match against Ron at the ASLOK Purple Rain finale. Ron used his artillery to great effect and stuffed the assault of the engineers. The main attack bogged in the first building complex, got rained on with 120mm and the Germans fell apart. Well played match for Ron for the win.
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ASL Journal 5: Page 42 (Scenario Analysis)Dave
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Avg Rating: 7.88Votes: 26
Views: 6127
To-Play list count: 10
Estimated Play time: 7 hours
Recorded Games: 19
Archive recorded plays:
German6
Russian11
Drawn:1

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Acts of Defiance [Confirmed]
[A] German 2
[D] Russian 7
Wednesday 18 September 2019 07:19:27 AM  (c)dramsey 2019