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CoC: Scottish Corridor Campaign. Game 3, More Probing at Bas de Mouen. 12:00

After the fiasco of the attack by Unterfeldwebel Hohman’s Zwitte Zug it was the turn of Erste Zug to have another crack at pushing on to Mouen and to get the assault on the Britishers underway properly. 1,113 more words


Club Night 13/03/17: Yankee CoC!

After his first game the other week, Paul was keen to get another game in so we arranged a game for last Monday. This was going to be a first for me as I haven’t faced an American force before so it would be a learning experience for both of us. 1,546 more words


Bolt Action/Chain of Command

Been looking into WW2 games recently. Want something different to my normal 40k sci-fi power creep gaming. Right now I’m painting up a demo-army from Warlord gaming that was donated to our gaming community here in Malmö. 13 more words


First fight at Fontenay

0415 Hours, 25 June 1944 and LT Hardacre of 11th Royal Scots Fusiliers is wondering where his men are. He can hear voices around him, and a tank somewhere, but since he can only see five yards in the mist he is really not that confident that all his men have followed him… 696 more words

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Club Night 27/02: Spreading the Lard....

I was asked by Steve, a new chap at the club, to have a go at a Chain of Command game after he had watched mine and Des’ game the other week. 414 more words

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Chain of Command: DMZ

Following the publication of Sharpe Practice, Mike Hobbs and I were discussing the possibility of adapting some of the ideas regarding jump-off points from those rules, along with some ideas we had seen from playtests of Fighting Season, perhaps with the goal of writing an official supplement for Chain of Command for the Vietnam War – I even went as far as to discuss the idea with Nick Skinner. 122 more words

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Blacktree Design British WW2 review

I struggled to find many pictures of Blacktree’s Second World War figures before jumping  onto one of their sales and thought putting a few photos up here of what you can expect might come in handy. 47 more words