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Liehr Launches First ETO (id:#63438)
(HASL 9 - Hatten in Flames ID:HF4)
Designer: Andy Rogers
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Balance:
GermanAmerican
Overview:
Dawn of 10 January held up hope for OKW that their stalled NORDWIND offensive was being reinvigorated. Hatten was largely theirs, and the neighboring village of Rittershoffen appeared lightly defended. Beyond those villages, the terrain was more suitable to panzers in this otherwise mountainous region. To complete the victory, fresh men and tanks from Panzer-Division 21 were committed. Despite the setbacks of the previous day, the Americans remained equally confident they could reestablish the original line east of Hatten. They too were committing new infantry, with the soldiers of 315th Infantry Regiment replacing the depleted battalions of the 242nd. Both sides gathered for an attack on the morning of 10 January, but the Germans struck first with an assault at 0800hrs, just a few minutes before the Americans.
Attacker: German (Bataillon I, Panzergrenadier-Regiment 125 and Panzer-Abteilung 1, Panzer-Regiment 22, Panzer-Division 21)
Defender: American (F Company, 315th Infantry Regiment, 79th Infantry Division and B Company, 813th Tank Destroyer Battalion with B Company, 827thTank Destroyer Battalion)  
Turns: 5.5     Players: 2     OBA: None     Night: No
Hatten, France 1945-01-10
Unit Counts:
Squads: A:13.0 D:10.0
AFVs: A:4
PzKpfw VG x 2
PzKpfw IVJ x 2

D:4
M10 GMC x 2
M18 GMC x 2

Guns: A:0 D:0
M2 60mm Mortar x 2
Victory Conditions:
Exit VP: Building Control VC: Area Control VC:
Unit Based VC: LOS Style VC: CVP Cap:
Misc Rules: GS. D: may setup two M10s in woods/orchards HIP and retain Concealment when firing MA
Map Board(s): Hatten
Overlays: NONE
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grumblejones Added a playing2019-07-28 01:44:12
von Garvin Added a playing2019-07-19 08:05:41
buser333 Added a playing2019-06-15 08:35:56
CTKnudsen Added a playing2019-05-26 09:17:16
CTKnudsen Rated the scenario2019-05-26 09:16:50
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2019-07-27(A) Kermit Mullins vs Gary Bradley American winRound 4 of the St. Louis Tournament and another humiliating defeat.
2019-07-18(A) David Garvin vs Jim Bishop American win
2019-06-14(A) Jeff B vs Dale Wetzelberger German winDale and I happened to be online at the same time and cranked this out in one sitting. My plan kicked off perfectly by laying smoke and swooping in from the south. I intended to secure the south side of the street and then curl in from the west/bully my way across. I had both MMGs in J15 to make reinforcing difficult. This worked great, and by the end of Turn 2 the south side was completely secure. My only regret was allowing 3.5 squads and a leader to be able to risk interdiction and rout across to their buddies, but I didn't want to risk losing a tank to a BAZ. One suffered HoB in the process, rallying back and creating a pesky hero. I had a "hero" of my own in the form of a wounded 8-0 that proved to be an annoyance at the least for the Americans. I had carefully paved the way for my tanks by scouting ahead for HIP TDs with my infantry, but got a bit greedy on Turn 3 and lost one on the west end of the street. By Turn 4 it was showdown at the OK Corral time, with my men lined up across the street versus his, who were mostly hiding behind the rubble in the north. I swung a Panther north to put some pressure on them and one of the reinforcing TDs, but Dale made a nice move and closed in with the other, knocking me out with bounding fire. He still needed a fair amount of luck after most of his prep failed to connect and, with his men sitting in open ground, they were fairly easy picking to break to the man. Another close and relatively fun Hatten scenario.
2019-05-26(D) Christian Knudsen vs Neil Andrews American winThis is a good introductory scenario for HF - we spent a good amount of time being surprised at how restrictive LOS is on this map. But it's not a particularly exciting scenario. Neil is a good enough player that I wasn't able to ambush any of his tanks with my HIP immobile TD, and I was never able to figure out where to put my MTRs with all the LOS restrictions. I managed to get a couple of well timed lucky shots in to CH one of his Panthers and then break a stack with a BAZ shot that allowed me to recapture the 2 VP building. I thought I fought a decent delaying action, and he certainly had a couple lucky shots of his own that made my job tougher. Not a bad scenario, and it could have gone either way, but it wasn't anything fantastic.
2019-03-24(A) Michael Rodgers vs Rich Vieira American win
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Avg Rating: 6.53Votes: 15
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To-Play list count: 1
Estimated Play time: 4.7 hours
Recorded Games: 14
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