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New Scenario ; Trenchwar
zellakDate: Thursday, 07-Nov-2013, 6:59 PM | Message # 1
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The idea is to set up a game which in some ways mimics WW1.

But using AT-43 armies. happy

So a few notes on how it might play.

# 8' x 4' table

# 5000 AP armies.

# Terrain ; trenches, barbed wire, shell holes and up to 1 ruined building or bunker per player.

# No AFV or vehicles.

# No Factions....in fact no platoon patterns at all....just 5000 AP of infantry and artillery.

# 100 AP per artillery stonk.

# Each player adds the artillery card (from the Damocles Campaign book ) to their deck.

# When the artillery card is turned, the player can fire one artillery stonk for each 3 LP spent.

# Artillery Accuracy 5+ --- RoF 1/0 --- AoE 8 cm ----- pen/dam 6/1

# Artillery special rule ; Artillery which misses, scatters 3d6 cm.

# Trenches special rule ;
Troops in trenches cannot be killed by artillery unless the shot lands in the trench.
Troops in the blast area are affected as normal for being downed.

Any thoughts or opinions welcome. smile
Message edited by zellak - Thursday, 07-Nov-2013, 7:06 PM

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ZealyotDate: Thursday, 07-Nov-2013, 10:19 PM | Message # 2
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seems like a good idea, but you knew i was going to say that anyway tongue

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mcbaleDate: Sunday, 10-Nov-2013, 0:00 AM | Message # 3
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Yeah, it seems like it would be worth a try.
 
CheDate: Monday, 11-Nov-2013, 7:33 PM | Message # 4
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3 or 4 players would be interesting, if not mind bending wacko

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It looks like you've covered all the bases mate.


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zellakDate: Tuesday, 12-Nov-2013, 0:09 AM | Message # 5
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Quote Che ()
It looks like you've covered all the bases mate.


Erm......... except how much terrain ? ........... and how many objectives ?

And can you use heroes ???

DEMON : " When next we meet, i shall tear you limb from limb...there will be no escape. "

Hero: " You bring balloon animals and i'll hire a clown..... we can make it a regular party. "
 
CheDate: Tuesday, 12-Nov-2013, 7:33 PM | Message # 6
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Quote zellak ()
And can you use heroes ???

Hope so 'cos I worked my forces out with heroes. wink But I suppose I could just swap them for artillery strikes.

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Quote zellak ()
how much terrain ?

Usual 8 each but no buildings, other than ruins, just craters, quagmires for which you get movement penalties and other such things. Or should it be more 'cos it's a bigger playing area.
Quote zellak ()
how many objectives ?

Break the enemy line and get units off their side of the table. If it's an attacker/defender scenario. Don't think you'd get two attackers with trench warfare, or am I just old fashioned.

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