CoC Ruckzug campaign France 1944 (updated 5 May)

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Re: CoC Ruckzug campaign France 1944 (updated 5 May)

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What I want to know is: how the hell did Dave get hold of my dice??? Seriously - and serially - awful!!! In all honesty, it's hard to see what else he could have done, or how he could have played it better - as the defender, of course, you had some difficult choices, but ultimately, you did at least have choices. If this was typical of the fighting in northern France, it's no wonder it took so long to close the war down.
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Re: CoC Ruckzug campaign France 1944 (updated 5 May)

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BaronVonWreckedoften wrote: Wed May 17, 2023 3:42 pm If this was typical of the fighting in northern France, it's no wonder it took so long to close the war down.
There is some wisdom in that!
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Re: CoC Ruckzug campaign France 1944 (updated 5 May)

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So we WERE using the wrong rules. Who knew?
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