If you didn't get rubble you would have then rolled for flame creation.Hi, a question on that 80mm rubble. When you rubbled that stone building, you calculated the chances for rubble off of a table 16, not 30, correct?
When determining rubble, CH is N/A. So you would have needed an original 1 on the rubble dr, given it was stone to get the rubble. Since that is important, just making sure it was done correctly.
What time is this for. It can't be the initial as there is no way the French could have 5 roadblocks.We got Turn 3 tucked away this morning as the Germans press the attack. A French 16 FP +1 against approaching German engineers with flamethrowers did nothing as the HS laughed off the 2MC. The Fanatic 468 simply sneered with contempt. The return fire of a 12 FP FT attack at range 2 broke the French 8-0, a 437 w/ ATR and a crew dragging around a malf'd 37* Inf Gun. Thankfully the hero and 458 w/ MMG stood firm to keep the Ave. Franchet d' Esperey covered and Germans confined to rowhouses as they push south, at least for now. Hex LL41 has a French stack (3 units) under ? below the Area acquisition marker contesting the rowhouses. Another 3 unit stack is also in LL42
The French Right (South)
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Additional German pressure builds as more troops land and others begin occupying the central lowland area. German artillery has hit the supporting troops below the cliffs as more armour arrives from the north. A German pontoon carrier has arrived and looks poised to start off-loading the 8-ton bridge sections. French artillery missed two attempts to land on target mainly due to LOS Hindrances.
The German Left (South)
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To the north the German right is still struggling with traffic as French mortars and snipers make life uncomfortable. No troops have made it across the Meuse to the northern sector as yet despite valiant attempt. Despite this a 3 Raft boat is making another attempt, using the smoke in O22 as cover. German armour is blanketing the western heights with HE and Smoke trying to blind the French observers and spotters.
The German Right
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For their part the French left continues to form a hard blocking position denying access to the exits up the Rue de Meez or past the Eglise St Lambert. Troops keep shifting, combining, splitting up again in order to keep the Germans guessing as to just what might be in any position. Now that the armour has arrived from the north the position in Bouvignes-sur-Meuse is well placed to meet whatever attack the Germans may send in this direction.
The French Left
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Speaking of armour, the French cavalry are riding to the rescue in the south but are being forced to take torturous routes to get past the multiple roadblocks along the southern exit.
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If all goes as planned we should be able to get Turn 4 done tomorrow morning.
Hi. Manhandling by anyone. Building, Engineers only.Carl,
There is a 248 AE HS that come with each pontoon tractor. Does this HS need to unload from the carrier in order to take part in manhandling the pontoon section off the tractor (adding a -1 to the DR)?
I understand that only AE HS/S can construct the bridge section or ferry. For manhandling, can it be done by any MMC supported by an SMC in the "hex"?
Yes, got that part. The question is whether the 248 AE HS that is a Passenger on the SdKfz 7t or Beussing-Nag needs to unload in order to help with the manhandling or whether they can do so while still loaded.Hi. Manhandling by anyone. Building, Engineers only.
They cannot assist while loaded, but they are not obligated to assist. Unlike transferring rafts from a truck to units on the ground in the same location.Yes, got that part. The question is whether the 248 AE HS that is a Passenger on the SdKfz 7t or Beussing-Nag needs to unload in order to help with the manhandling or whether they can do so while still loaded.
From what I see is the RB and the DN rules the answer would appear to be yes.