Friday, October 11, 2013

A Very Moderate Swedish Conflict AAR #9

Here comes the lates AAR from our A Very Moderate Swedish Conflict Club Project.

This time both the Red´s and the White´s had got knowledge about a secret moonshine factory run by the Local Shoopkeeper Sjökvst. Ofcourse the moonshiner´s tried to do their best to get away with some of the moonshine and the secret moonshine formula...


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White side: Stötgrupp KNÖS

  • Leader: Lieutenant Von Oben accompanied by Nurse Sigrid 
  • 2x6 Regulars with rifles and a Automatic Rifle 
  • 1x Regular Armored Car with 2 crew and a LMG
  • 1x8 Militia witn Rifles and grenades "TöLP, Group Berzelius" 


Red Side: Troops from the Darlecarlian regiment

  • Leader: Staff Sergeant Frost from Dalregementet
  • 2x6 Regulars with Rifles and one Automatic Rifle in each group
  • 1x4 Regulars with Horse drawn Anti-Tank Gun
  • 1x4 Militia with a Light Mortar 
Civilian Side: Moonshiners
  • Leader: Shopkeeper Sjökvst
  • 4 Civilians with Rifles and Pistols
  • 2 Trucks with Moonshine





















This game was realy greate with several changes and mortar rounds flying alover the place. Also nice to have a scenario there the main goal are not to shoot the enemy to pieces...even if it helps out to do that to win;)

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  1. All hail the People's glorious revolution!

    Now made even more glory with the aid some moonshine ... ;)

    Very entertaining AAR Michael. Sounds like you guys had a great time playing!

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    1. Greate time playing, and you was invited but chose to make a trip to Mediterranean Sea instead...dont understan the prioritys here;)

      Glad that you liked the AAR ! I hope the gam on monday will be as fun as this one.

      Best regards Michael

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  2. More Swedish madness - bravo!

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    1. At your service Sir !

      Best regards Michael

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  3. Wonderful terrain, pics and storyline! A truck full of moonshine would burn very brightly. A shame it went to waste.

    Pull up Moonshiner by Uncle Tupelo to hear about the life of the moonshiner. ;-)

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    1. Appreciated matey !

      Thanks for the tip to a very good tune.

      "God bless them pretty women
      I wish there was mine
      With breath as sweet as
      The dew on the vine"

      Best regards Michael

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    1. Thank you very much Phil !

      Best regards Michael

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  5. That was a nice read, pitty those kind of games never got footing in my gaming group, being all more about the book and not what iffy like

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    1. Thank you !

      Suppouse you have to run them yourself to get them happen....

      Best regards Michael

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  6. That is a nice picture of the Reds anti tank gun. Again a great AAR and nice terrain thank you for sharing

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    1. Thanks Andrew !

      Glad you liked the pictures of my A-T gun its a favourite model at the moment.

      Best regards Michael

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  7. Very nice! The cartoonish style is very entertaining.

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    1. Appreciated !

      Good that you noticed my try to get a more cartoonish feel to i all, shouldent be to serious games, the main objective are that all participants have had a good time.

      Best regards Michael

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  8. What a fun report. Do the Reds now get more potent Molotov cocktails in the next encounter?

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    1. Thank you !

      They probably would get more potent Molotovs if they wouldent be such hard drinkers...although better morale;)

      Best regards Michael

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  9. Very nice battle report!
    Would you welcome another player? I have some Danish resistance fighters that looks like they could fit in well here.

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    1. Appreciated !!!

      I would indeed welcome more players if I could, but at the moment our gaming club, don´t recruit new members. I´ll be sure to let you know then we will accept new members if you still would be interested?

      Best regards Michael

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  10. Excellent report and photos Michael! Cool game!

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    1. Thank you very much Rodger !

      Best regards Michael

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  11. A very splendid little battle report presented in a most enjoyable way.Keep up the inspirational work!

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  12. Your scenarios keep getting better, the background story really created a lot of possible actions in the game for your players. The figures and table continue to be 1st rate. When will the hapless cows strike back?

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  13. Very nice AAR, Michael. A great history!

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  14. Terrific terrain, daring escapes, hard-fought battles, and a truckload of home-made akvavit; what more could a gamer ask for?
    ; )
    Another highly enjoyable AAR, thank you Michael!

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  15. Great read, It just goes to show less can often be more.
    Cheers
    Stu

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  16. It's officially a habit of yours to produce beautiful tables and reports!

    Christopher

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  17. Another wonder report there Michael and I so love the layout and scenery. This is proving to be a very interesting civil conflict indeed

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  18. Great looking table, miniatures, scenario and AAR. Keep 'em coming.

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