Let's see, probrably easier to upload an image, but its set in souther Russia Dec 8 42. A relief effort on the way to Stalingrad.Jack said:That was an old Squal Leader scenario, what type of OB did it have? Can you refresh my memory?
According to that article in VFTT I mentioned, it has been submitted to MMP for playtetst. Not sure if they need volunteers to playtetst it? Anyway, it would suggest that there is no conversion to ASL available at the moment.The Purist said:Anybody have a copy (.pdf?) of the remake of breakout from Borisov?
It's been a while seen I've looked at COI. Did the armour system at the time made the Soviet armour more a push over than it is now? I know that with ASL, the armour ratings were roughly 10% of the reallife thickness. Though I'm not sure how they came up with the kill numbers, perhaps its based loosely on the Aberdeen proving grounds stats. With COI, the armour ratings were a bit more abstract a carry over from SL in which the ratings started from -5 to has high as +5?. But, I am loosely recalling this from vague memoryThe Purist said:I'm not sure. The scenario card shows 3 Mk IVs and a Mk III trying to take on 10 Russian tanks, mainly T-34 and KVs. Also, there appears to be about 29 Russian squads to 14 German. At first glance it looks like a Russian who knows what he is doing may eat the Germans lunch and pick his teeth with the scrap metal. The differences between COI and ASL are quite marked, especially with the armour involved in this one.
Still,...pre-Tiger/Panther WWII is still the best for good 'dust-ups' with combined arms scenarios.