Another scenario from Action Pack XII, this time a British infantry force, backed by two 57L Anti-Tank guns & a brace of PIATs, defend a stone village in post D-Day France. Supported by battalion mortars (70mm OBA), the British (read Scottish) have to prevent an under-strength SS company (with heavy support from six panzers & engineers) from taking all the multi-hex buildings and earning more VP than the defenders. The German attackers can gain Exit VP off the north edge, over a river bridge, and earn normal CVP from British loses. Pre-Game – The British set up heavy on their right, covering the wheatfields to the west, leaving their left lightly covered; one HMG ½ squad + 8-1 is placed up forward to throw a firelane through the eastern board 42 area, and the open ground on the British left is covered by a hidden AT gun. The Forward Observation Officer is in the level 2 church steeple (due to lack of LOS from the summit of the north hill). The German attack is split into three light platoons, each supported by two PzIVH’s. The right flank will run through the orchard and envelop the eastern part of the town (sending one AFV north for the exit points), this group will be the anvil. The other two platoons will kick off to the left and take out the western part of town then push to the centre, maybe sending an AFV north if opportune. One panzer sits in the centre to engage the British attention in the mid-town area, advancing only when the time is right.