In the attached image, a German unit is leaving hex R9 by bypassing hex S10 along the S9-S10 hexside. The American unit in R8 wishes to fire at the German unit by having LOS to the vertex S9-R9-S10. Does the smoke in R9 give a DRM to the attack?
I read the book as an assignment in college. I always remember the passage describing hiding from the Germans by going into the sh*t under the latrines; it was so vivid for me that it triggered my gag reflex.
Magnus Rimvall and I played AP100 COAL IN THEIR STOCKINGS. I think this is a challenging, fun scenario for both sides. Two reconnaissance forces fight for stone buildings, but with a VP twist. The Americans receive two points for each controlled stone building at the end of each game turn. The...