The -2 DRM is huge for the fire spreading issue. It still spreads downwind, but much slower. Also in the refit phase, a lot of those fires go away.Thanks - I noticed the -2 spreading fire drm last night, and also checked with Carl about the LOS - We'll figure out a way to slow the fires down.
At least I can blame Martin Myers' eyesight/Martin (Barker's) recollection of visits to Dinant for the LOS issue
Pretty tough to counter that particular Reality Argument.At least I can blame Martin Myers' eyesight/Martin (Barker's) recollection of visits to Dinant for the LOS issue
Yeah - In my defence, I read C.2.6 GUN DEPRESSION/ELEVATION: Only mortars, AA Guns (2.22) and Guns capable of using AA fire may fire-at/affect a higher-level target if the range to that target is < the elevation difference between the firer’s and the target’s Location. Otherwise, a Gun may fire-at/affect a different-level target only if the range is ≥ the elevation difference between them [EXC: cliff; B11.31-.32].Firing through cliffs:
B11.31 No vehicle armament, IFE, or ordnance may fire through a cliff hexside
to an adjacent lower level Location [EXC: LATW other than PIAT
(C13.61) or MTR with minimum range of 1 hex]. Other SW and Small Arms
Fire are not so restricted.
B11.32 Only an AA weapon, MG counter, SW ATR, PIAT, MTR with minimum
range of 1 hex and/or inherent Small Arms Fire may fire through a cliff
hexside to an adjacent higher level Location.
It's whetted my appetite but then I love early war ...Great episode again...the Dining campaign is a bit hard to follow as you have to zoom out a bit.
Sadly, I don't really have a suggestion for improvement. I'm looking forward to the rest of the story,
as they say. I'm shying away from the Dinant campaign: the business of the bridges seems a bit
too fiddly for my tastes. I guess I have to get some counters out and see for myself.