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It follows guidelines for Crossfire Scenarios for all Ages

It follows guidelines for Crossfire Scenarios for all Ages

Category: CF Scenario Draft.
A draft Crossfire scenario, either because the scenario is not complete or it hasn’t been play tested.
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20 May 2017 | Categories: | The “Monster” – A Crossfire Scenario.
A Crossfire scenario based on a Scenario in the iPad version of Battle Academy 2: Eastern Front.

It is 1941 and an isolated KV-2

the “Monster”, is preventing vital supplies reaching the advancing German panzers.
Continue reading » 13 May 2017 | Categories: | 3 comments Small Threat to the Flank – A Crossfire Scenario.
This is the small version of Scenario 2: Threat to the Flanks from “Scenarios for all Ages” (Grant & Asquith, 1996) converted to Crossfire.
It follows guidelines for Crossfire Scenarios for all Ages.
It is a “small” game because there is only a company defending.

Continue reading » 6 May 2017 | Categories: | 6 comments

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11 Feb 2017 | Categories: | I made up Cards for Crossfire Missions v2.
I designed the PDF of Mac’s Missions v2 – Revised Pick up games for Crossfire so that players can make up a set of cards.

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9 Jan 2016 | Categories: | Eye of the Tiger – A Crossfire Scenario.

My mate Chris asked “Have you considered ASL as a source of Crossfire scenarios

For example the Windy City Wargamers Color Scenario Pack

which includes the classic Eye of the Tiger scenario – which looks ideal as a Crossfire scenario to me.” As it happens I have considered this and have even written up some notes on Converting Advanced Squad Leader to Crossfire.
However I’ve never actually done it.
Chris’a question inspired me, .

So this is my version of “Eye of the Tiger” for Crossfire

Continue reading » 3 Oct 2015 | Categories: | 8 comments Storm Group Stalingrad – A Crossfire Scenario.
This Crossfire scenario is based on Plate C “Red Army ‘Storm Group’ Stalingrad autumn 1942” in “World War II Street-Fighting Tactics” (Bull, 2008).

It simulates a Soviet Storm Group attacking German held buildings

Continue reading » 5 Sep 2015 | Categories: | Leave a comment Papa Eicke – A Crossfire Scenario.
This Crossfire scenario is really an excuse to use my crashed Fieseler Storch objective lovingly painted by Roland Davis.
The scenario starts when the Fieseler Storch carrying Obergruppenführer Theodor Eicke is shot down near the Russian lines outside Kharkov.
SS Division Totenkopf mount an assault to secure the crash site and recover their commander’s body.
Continue reading » 11 Apr 2011 | Categories: | Leave a comment Crossfire at Position Four: The Line N-M Scenario.
This is the briefing for the Line N-M scenario of the Crossfire at Position Four linked scenario campaign.

The other scenario is Village P

Both scenarios can be played as a stand alone Crossfire scenario

Line N-M is a bit of a monster of a scenario

on a 8′ x 5′ map with a reinforced battalion on each side.
At the moment the scenario is draft.
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