I'm a Yank playing these games on the far side of North America, but I seem to have gotten hooked on playing the Toofatlardies' Chain of Command games with 20mm Australians. I would really appreciate any comments or suggestions regarding the games. As a long time lurker to this forum I have seen some great info posted regarding the war in the Pacific.
This time we tried the Probe scenario but changed the direction of the action on the table and since I wanted to get some more toys on the table, we added some heavier support for the prober and halved those points for the probee.
My 20mm AIF and Japanese again. First game had the Japanese probing and the next one we switched to have the Aussie probing. Diggers went 0 for 2.
Link to flickr pics:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/6mmgaming ... 7475988468
I played the Aussies in this first one and thought I could wipe out one of his leading sections and then head back up the ridge I would pull this one off. That didn't work out as my assaulting section failed to move in when the time came.
Race for the trees by Mark Luther, on Flickr
But there is a lot more where they came from by Mark Luther, on Flickr
The Second game I thought I could get a M3 Stuart to chase the Japs off and then march up the ridge. The timing was off on that also.
ATG opens up on the M3 by [url=https://www.flickr.com
/photos/6mmgaming/]Mark Luther[/url], on Flickr
Tank to the left by Mark Luther, on Flickr
Really great rule system.
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