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CoC: Villers-Bocage Campaign Mission 3

CoC: Villers-Bocage Campaign Mission 3
Delaying Action (where catastrophe occurs):

After beating back the British probe the German forces felt a little under strength. Deciding to move back to Villers-Bocage itself, and resetting the defensive line, the Germans took control of the outskirts of town and waited… 2,084 more words


It's Chain of Command...only bigger!

Too Fat Lardies have just released a free download to supplement their platoon-level World War II rules, Chain of Command:

Up until this point, the forces played in Chain of Command were a platoon, plus some additional support. 244 more words

Historical Gaming

Feeling Productive

Somehow, I have three projects going on at the moment – All Quiet on the Martian Front, some 40K and something for Chain of Command. Working on multiple projects at the same time is not too unusual for me, though I had sort of thought when I finished my Daemons I’d throttle back some. 268 more words


How To: Battling in Bocage

Hi Everyone,

The original Battling in Bocage post was a proof of concept and made only a single row. Unfortunately I took no work in progress pics at that time.Well, good thing I had to do more (15 more rows…) and remembered to take some pictures this time, so I can show you what I did. 305 more words


When Is An Open Door Not An Open Door?

Six months after I left active duty with the US Air Force, I was thrilled to be hired by Wal-Mart into a leadership role in their Logistics division. 491 more words


Battling in Bocage

Hi Everyone,

Trying my hand at making some bocage for the Chain of Command campaign (and 15mm gaming in general).

A far simpler process than I imagined (although a bit fiddly), with a simple material list and, what seems to be, good results. 460 more words


Chain of Command

Played my first game of Chain of Command today. Finally got to use those G.I.s I painted a few months ago. Bit of a learning curve but a fun and interesting game. 447 more words