Round Robin

Wacht am Rhein (Watch on the Rhein) was the German code name for this counter offensive. I don't want to hear anybody complaining about the weather this winter unless you were in the Ardennes during the winter of 1944! I simply love playing this game. Check out the new combat system when you can.
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Re: Round Robin

Post by pellulo » Sun May 23, 2010 8:54 pm

Finally Round Eight:Germany goes first, air losses are 3 fighters, 1 bomber,&, 1 Infantry & gun & tank. Allies air losses are 8 fighters and 1 bomber. Land losses for Axis are 1 Infantry & 2 guns & 3 tanks, &, Allies are 1 gun & tank.

When it came to movement turn the one remaining Axis tank, if it was North not South, of the "Big B"(Bastogne), would have rolled into the much needed V.P. needed(the Allies ended up covering all their hexes but one hex was left exposed).

The Axis high point of 21 is reduced by four as Allies take back 4 hexes(the Axis took none). What is left on board 11 Infantry & 3 trucks & 8 tanks for Allies, the Germans have left 5 Infantry & 1 gun & 1 misplace SOUTHERN tank. This version of play is quite enjoyable & bit faster than regular game play, thanks, Pellulo
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Re: Round Robin

Post by ambok » Tue Nov 16, 2010 7:40 am

this is really a good one. . . :D

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Re: Round Robin

Post by pellulo » Fri Nov 19, 2010 8:46 am

I will tell you the truth I did replayed the last round, and, just moved that wayward tank to a Northern position, you can guess what happened, thanks, Pellulo
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