Chain of Command, "All American" Campaign AAR

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Chain of Command, "All American" Campaign AAR

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Hi everyone,

My friend and I have been playing our first CoC Pint-Sized Campaign. The AARs can be found here:

https://firethebren.blogspot.com/

Enjoy !

A thank you and acknowledgement to The Tactical Painter and Check Your Leader TV as inspirations for recording our campaign.

We are Kiwis, and in homage of Check Your Leader, it has become a running gag to say "Chuck yuh leedah" in an Australian accent whenever we need to check whether our leader is hit in a game. :lol: :D

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Thanks for sharing DP - a great looking gaming table and good AARs. That third game looked particularly bloody for the Germans, but a good comeback in the fourth (and some great photos).
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dpadams0 wrote:
Sat Apr 03, 2021 9:46 pm
Hi everyone,

My friend and I have been playing our first CoC Pint-Sized Campaign. The AARs can be found here:

https://firethebren.blogspot.com/

Enjoy !

A thank you and acknowledgement to The Tactical Painter and Check Your Leader TV as inspirations for recording our campaign.

We are Kiwis, and in homage of Check Your Leader, it has become a running gag to say "Chuck yuh leedah" in an Australian accent whenever we need to check whether our leader is hit in a game. :lol: :D

dp
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Hi dp
Great figures and setup. Just got this one from the vault myself, and will be watching with interest to see how the Germans tackle getting across the causeway.
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Wery wery carefully sneak up then run like buggery is how we did it.😁
I did try the walk behind the slowly moving tank concept it was a disaster. YMMV.

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Great report and pictures. Very tempted to get some US Airborne, but really don’t need any new projects right now.
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Thanks fellas!

Martin1914, I am not feeling especially confident in taking La Fiere because my platoons have been pretty chewed up. Also, we are now up to campaign turn 5, therefore if I lose the next battle and my opponent takes the initiative and goes on the offensive then I won't be able to win the campaign.

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