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    Mark Luther

    We played this one remotely back in June and I just got around to editing the pics. 2 new players from the 1st game, but it picks up as the 2nd wave of Soviets are attacking.
    Jess is now the FJ player and Sheridan the Soviet.
    The defenders are down 28 out of 76 men, both Paks are gone, 1 MMG gone, and they have 3 Hetzers left. Both the 120mm mortar btty and the 150mm sfH 18 were still around but would soon have to displace.
    Sheridan had a new company from the 301st Rifle Div 1050 Inf Rgt,of 2, 3 sect platoons. A T34/85 (8 tanks) company from 51st Bttn, 220 Seperate Tk Brig and the surviving IS2 of the 92nd Gds Hvy Tk Rgt 1 IS2 was immobilsed but could provide fire support. The MMGs were also available to give support from the industrial area. 82mm mortars were also a possibility.

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/6mmgaming … 5102191108

    I use Messenger with 2 threads and oddles of pictures. Rules were Toofatlardies I Ain’t Been Shot Mum  I handle the card-pulling, dice rolling and physical placement of the minis.  And as the players can attest, I roll incredibly extreme for both sides.

    Second wave of attackers closing in on Wulkow from the north by Mark Luther[/url], on Flickr

    Defenders try to take out the attacking armor by Mark Luther[/url], on Flickr

    Right flank T34/85s by Mark Luther[/url], on Flickr

    Duel between Hetzer and T34 by Mark Luther[/url], on Flickr

    Still quiet by Mark Luther[/url], on Flickr

    FJ scrambling by Mark Luther[/url], on Flickr






    Tactical Painter

    I love the way you achieve that look of the empty battlefield, looks terrific. Although it makes me wonder if you ever ‘lose’ units?

    Reminds me a bit of when we played our Malaya 42 campaign, I was forever finding ‘lost’ Japanese and Australians in my jungle terrain after the game.

    The Tactical Painter - painting miniature armies for battles on the table top.

    Mark Luther

    I have lost a few 6mm teams in the initial pickup   I didn’t lose any figs in my Malaya 20mm games, but I have found a 15mm native American or two in the trees when laying them out for the next game.

    I’ve been enjoying your latest CoC games immensely.



    As always, your tables are to die for, Mark!

    We get slapped around, but we have a good time!

    Steve Johnson

    Fantastic looking game!

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