Dennis boys trip to Manila #2 (Let's try SF CG3)

asloser

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Thanks Roger for the feedback. I always wonder if I should spend my time on these. Going to ASLOK gave me some nice feedback from Doug, etc. too. So we will continue.
We did not play this past weekend and maybe not next weekend either (due to the likelihood of being hung over on Sunday after the UM-MSU game late Saturday)
Hi Steve

I really appreciate your work on this. It is always good read.
 

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Thanks Roger for the feedback. I always wonder if I should spend my time on these. Going to ASLOK gave me some nice feedback from Doug, etc. too. So we will continue.
We did not play this past weekend and maybe not next weekend either (due to the likelihood of being hung over on Sunday after the UM-MSU game late Saturday)
Another one that think you are doing a good job :)
 

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Great AAR's. Keep 'em up. Makes me wish I had a brother to compete with.
 

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We have reached the end of the 2nd scenario, it went 6 turns. Steve was able to get a small foothold in the Medical Pharmacy School capturing 2 of the mined hexes (3R78 and 3P78) in the building. He attempted to clear both hexes of mines in the re-fit phase and was successful in 3P78. However with the setup restrictions on the Americans (must be 2 hexes from a Japanese FLL) he will still have to start outside of the building.

Casualties were massive to the American; he lost a lot of armor forcing his way into the Pharmacy. CVP now total 110 CVP for the two dates, and the +2 applied for every 50 CVP suffered hurt the Americans this date with his ELR going down to 3 and the Japanese held at 3 (by one pip). The American is down to two M4's (one the FT type), one M8 Greyhound, a lone M3 halftrack and a single MTR halftrack. All of the other armor is dead or permanently recalled including all of the M5's. I was sending wave after wave of THH's at any armor I saw and I was actually down to only one left. Thankfully I get more than usual by SSR.

Japanese losses were moderate on day 2, lost two guns a baby 4fp 20mm AA gun and a 81*MTR. Nothing else worth much was lost. Total 2-day CVP total if I remember right is sitting at 85CVP.

We share rolls for CPP and I rolled a 1, so 22CPP for the American and 20 CPP for the Japanese; so lots of stuff will be coming on the board in scenario 3. Although the American eventually does have to take an idle day since he only has 4 Attack chits for 5 dates.

Hopefully Steve will post the perimeter.
 

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After the "spirited discussion" in the other thread, we are continuing this CG. We have created an idle day for the third scenario. So moving on to the 4th scenario and what will probably be a TON of squads on the board (especially for the Japanese.) The American recovers his ELR to a 4, Japanese stayed a 3 by one, again. Our shared CPP roll netted the American 15 CPP and the Japanese 14 CPP. Purchases hopefully done this week and setup will begin.
 
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