Dave Green is bringing his Soviets over to my place this Saturday for another game of 'BIG' Chain of Command. We have yet to sort out all the details and support lists but we will be playing Scenario Three: Attack & Defend, with a few amendments.
Dave will be using an infantry and armoured platoon, plus supports and I will be fielding my newly painted Waffen SS Panzergrenadier platoon, along with some ATG's. I will be pre placing my ATG's on the map before the game starts and Dave will have additional JOP's on the table edge of each flank.
Basically the German forces will be defending a built up area in the centre of the table and the Soviets will be attacking from the front and both flanks. We will play the patrol phase as Scenario Three, to establish good JOP's amongst the ruins of the town and then the Soviets will place a JOP on the table edge of both flanks.
You may notice lots of barbed wire in the pictures, this will just be classed as wire fence, so infantry will be able to cross this with two x dice, discarding the lowest. The wire fence offers no cover and is a hindrance for movement of infantry. There is also a concrete bunker on the table which should make interesting gaming.
I always try and send a couple of pictures in advance of the table layout to anyone coming over for a game and as usual I have got carried away.
And a bit of window dressing.
WIP. At the moment I am working on a platoon of British Paratroopers and their supports.