Here is my first scenario, hope you like it.
Any feedback is welcome.
Greetings from Spain!
THE OLD CHAPEL
Date: December 27th, 1941
History: During the russian winter offensive of 1941 the 250 (Spanish "Blue" Division) hold the western bank of the Volkhov river
with isolated redoubts held by single platoons. Attacked by overwhelming numbers, the "Intermediate Position" located between Udarnik and Lobkowo,
held by 2nd Lt. Rubio Moscoso, was overrun by the russians and all his defenders were killed. As a posthumous humillation, the russians nailed the
spanish dead with bayonets and piolets to the frozen ground. When the spaniards counterattacked, they were determined to avenge such a brutal behaviour.
After retaking the Intermediate Position, Major García Rebull, commanding two companies of the 269 Infanterie Regiment, pushed forwards to retake
the last russian ground in the west bank of the Volkhov River, known as "The Old Chapel", a semi-rubbled church, garrisoned
by a russian battalion. The russians, mostly conscripts, were caught by surprise. Quarter was nor asked nor given,
and the battle was fought to the last man, most of the russians being killed by machine gun fire as they tried to reach the eastern
bank of the Volkhov river.
Units Human Players
Spaniards: Two companies of the 1st Battalion, Infantry Regiment 269, 250th Spanish "Blue" Division.
Russians: Elements of the 1002 Infantry Regiment.
Maps: 1x2 maps
Terrain: Rural, Woods, River. The grain hexes are the FROZEN Volkhov River. Treat them as open ground.
Visibility: 7 Hexes
Scenario Length: 6 Game Turns. Only Spaniards play last game turn.
Scenario Configuration Recomendations:
Difficulty - Hard
Fog of War - Enabled
Path Quality - High
If a SIDE loses all units, a Scenario/CG ends - Enabled.
Victory Objective: The side with the most Victory Points at the end is the winner. Both sides get VPs for owning VP Locations and for enemy units eliminated.
Scenario Designer: ArtReg250.
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