Continuing our CoC Campaign Kampfgruppe von Luck where the Germans assault into the “corridor of death”. My Brit Paras were pretty beat up and Adam was cycling in a fresh platoon of Germans with 19 points of support. We decided not to tell each other what supports we were bringing. This makes the game a […]Read more "COC Campaign: Kampfgruppe von Luck Scenario 3, Campaign Turn 5"
Scenario 2, Campaign Turn 3 Adam and I finally got around to playing more of the CoC campaign Kampfgruppe von Luck. After suffering a defeat in Scenario 2, Campaign Turn 2, Adam charged back and handily won the scenario the next time we played it. That was a few weeks ago, so I don’t really […]Read more "COC CAMPAIGN #2: KAMPFGRUPPE VON LUCK Turns 3 and 4"
Played the first two games of the Chain of Command Kampfgruppe von Luck campaign with my mate Adam Clark. This is a historical campaign, constructed by Richard Clarke after much research (as is typical for his games). I am playing a Brit Airborne platoon who has dropped in on D-Day to help secure bridges […]Read more "CoC Campaign #2: Kampfgruppe von Luck Turns 1 and 2"
Played through the Chain of Command campaign “5 Platoon” from WSS Magazine issue #74. The campaign uses the “At The Sharp End” campaign rules for CoC. This is a short 4 game campaign recreating events from Operation Market Garden in late 1944. Elite British Paratroopers have dropped into Holland and an ad-hoc Waffen SS training unit […]Read more "Thoughts and pics from my first CoCpaign"
Had a brilliant game today with a couple of mates. For the first time I played a multi game campaign. This was scenario one of four. Playing Chain of Command as part of a campaign using the At The Sharp End rules add-on is a brilliant improvement. Having to think about future scenarios your force […]Read more "CoCpaign Game 1 After Action Report"
My to-do list for a day of WWII table top wargaming.Read more "A geek’s to-do list"
First table for the Chain of Command mini campaign from WSS magazine.Read more "Preparing Table One for a Chain of Command Arnhem Campaign"