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    Next game will be a WW2 scenario. The plucky Tommies having 8 Infantry sections, two 2pdrs, Humber A/C and Matilda. Jerry will be fielding 7 Infantry sections, armoured H/Track, eight wheel A/C, Pz.38T and a Pz. IV. I’m looking forward to this one as there a decent variety of firepower/armour  to sort out… should be a good test of whether I’ve really gormed the rules properly!

    "Wot did you do in the war Grandad?"

    "I was with Harry... At The Bridge!"

    #87556
    Ivan Sorensen
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    Any time you get to field a Matilda is a good day 🙂

    Same gang of players?

    I find that removing the odd figure from an infantry section as they take damage tends to improve the “feel” of the game, even if it doesnt make any mechanical difference.

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    #87561

    This will be me and my lad’s Easter game hopefully, so it’ll be a proper wargame… without the idiots!

    "Wot did you do in the war Grandad?"

    "I was with Harry... At The Bridge!"

    #89351

    Counter attack, finally got round to playing our Easter game yesterday! France 1940 and the plucky Tommies punched a hole in Rommel’s flank. Jerry kind of dithered a bit and the British took full advantage to crack on and make ’em have it, lesson re-learned… hard cover is your friend!

    But it’s Jerry we’re fighting so it was never going to be easy…

    But Tommy can hit hard too…

    Who says the Boyes is no good now?

    Great game, which could have gone either way right up to the last couple of turns. Activations are great fun when your opponent rolls two ones, the game took just under two hours, played at a casual pace with a tea break after each tank got blown up!

    "Wot did you do in the war Grandad?"

    "I was with Harry... At The Bridge!"

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