Friendly Fire Pack 1

Published by: Friendly Fire. August 2005
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The Friendly Fire Pack 2005 contains eight small to medium-sized scenarios. Most of them are designed for the Friendly Fire Tournament held in Linköping, Sweden. FrF4 Barbarossa D-Day was used during the Friendly Fire 2003 Tournament, and FrF2 Maczek Fire Brigade, FrF5 The Valley of Death, FrF6 A Hundred Rounds, FrF7 To Have and To Hold and FrF8 Second Thoughts were all included in the upcoming Friendly Fire 2005 event.

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FrF2: Maczek Fire Brigade0141 7.57Novy Targ sector, PolandETOGermanPolish5.2 hrsBalanced28%
FrF7: To Have and To Hold096 7.06Thionville, FranceWTOAmericanGerman3.3 hrsBalanced19%
FrF4: Barbarossa D-Day095 6.92Pruzhany, RussiaETOGermanRussian4.5 hrs61% German19%
FrF8: Second Thoughts087 7.23Wingen-sur-Moder, FranceWTOGerman (SS)American4.3 hrsBalanced17%
FrF3: The Swedish Voluntary Corps033 6.75Märkäjärvi, FinlandETORussianSwedish4.2 hrs62% Russian7%
FrF1: Jarama Proving Ground018 6.43Near Ciempozuelos and the Jarma River, SpainSpain NationalistSpain Republican9.1 hrs67% Spain Nationalist4%
FrF5: The Valley of Death05 6.29Arbuzovka, RussiaETOAxisRussian4.6 hrs80% Axis1%
FrF6: A Hundred Rounds01 8.00Near Laspa, southeast of Saporoshje, UkraineETOGermanRussian9.2 hrs100% Russian0%

 * Popularity is the sum of Roar and Archive reported playings based as a percentage of the parent publication's total games.

 (Dark) grey rows indicate Night scenarios.

Median length of scenarios: 4.55hrs

Average rating of scenarios: 7.03

Total playing time: 44.4hrs

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