The scenario was touch and go. For a lot of the beginning I didn't think I had a chance. My brokies where rolling 12's lol. Towards turn 5 I was able to swing a Slovak squad and leader over towards the furthest Vc building. I chose vc number 1 which meant I had to take either of the farthest 2 buildings. I tried some deception and I didn't have the partisans enter till turn 3 . It nearly worked. On the last turn I was able to get a squad and leader right next to. the 2nd farthest building he had 2 broken hs's and a 8-0 leader. I tried to move my 10-2 up to the first floor to keep him from rallying upstairs but I bounced into a hip hs. So on the last turn he routed his broken units and I couldnt gain control. Very fun scenario. Björn is a great guy to play against . I look forward to playing him again in the future .Norm Delaura and I played
J191 "Rebels without a pause".
The scenario is highly recommended. Norm was attacking with the Slovaks / Partisans and had a very good plan. I wasn't aware of his real intentions until very late in the game. Rolling boxcars 4 times on his rally attempt didn't help. In the end my Germans were able to defend the victory hexes winning the scenario by a narrow margin. The scenario was played in a very friendly atmosphere and playing Norm is much fun.