History tying in with ASL products.

Honza

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The Crucible Of Steel scenarios just made sense to me. Since it's release I have learned some of the history of the battle in the Southern pincer of Kursk and the units involved. I just flicked through the scenarios and it all clicked. You need to know your 3rd Panzer from your 11th Panzer etc. and then it figures!
 

volgaG68

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...but think I need to get our massive East Front project done first.
Looking forward to hopefully seeing some of Jon's (Witchbottles) Niederlander scenarios get published by BFP. I helped proof 8 or 10 of them a number of years ago and they looked to be very fun. IIRC, they were possibly being pencilled in for this module.
 

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The Crucible Of Steel scenarios just made sense to me. Since it's release I have learned some of the history of the battle in the Southern pincer of Kursk and the units involved. I just flicked through the scenarios and it all clicked. You need to know your 3rd Panzer from your 11th Panzer etc. and then it figures!
Agreed! I think the historical feel is a strong characteristic of the BFP products I’ve played.
 
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