Friday, November 8, 2013

A Very Moderate Swedish Conflict AAR #10

It all started with a big boooom and the Barn was on fire as well as the Red´s new moonshine stil !
The Explosion allerted all White and Red forces in the area and all hell broke out...

This was the background to our club game of "A Very Moderate Swedish Conflict" some weeks ago, I run it on a 120x360cm table using more or less all minis we have painted so far. We was 7 or 8 players and as the umpire I realy didn´t have the time to take pictures so this will not be a full AAR, but at least you get some of the pictures of how the game progressed.

The sharpeyed of you may notice that before the game started I moved the Filling statioin a bit...

Red reinforcements arrive, the Moonshine Still guards just look at the blazing fire...they was prety drunk after making some molotovs...

Gruvettan also joins up to get the Whites that apperantly set the stil on fire...

White troops arrive in force, lead bu several armourd cars and trucks

The Red regulards confiscated some trucks to get a swift movement to secure the bridges...

The Gruvettan militia moving thorwards the closest bridge to setlle the score with tha approaching white forces...

One of the bridges are secured...

On the other side of the bridge they encounter some stiff opposition by a smal group of SMG armed finnish soldiers.

Swedish regulars from Stosstruppe KNÖS with armoured support.

More White reinforcements...

Halfway throught the game...

Each force had a flanking force that arriwed from the opposit side, here are the Propaganda truck from Huddinge Freikorps...

They meet hard recistance from the red´s that seek cover in the damaged barn...

The red deployed their AT-Gun on a hill to be able to cover both bridges...

The red flanking force appears from a unexpected direction...

Some of the red´s made a dashing advance in the end of the game to try to claim victory for seizing the filling station... we just called it a draw...

I hope you all will have a realy nice weekend !!!

14 comments:

  1. Always a pleasure to read on of these reports

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  2. Great looking table and figures and love the narrative of the story:).

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  3. Great AAR Michael! As a player I sure understand why you didn't have time to take more pictures.

    This was a really spectacular game, and very fun and exciting too! In the end, I think a draw was a fair result.

    With 8 players and such large forces on a big table, I'm still amazed we managed to finish the game on a regular club night ...

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  4. Looks like a fantastic game again. Your table looks absolutely amazing again with all this wonderfully modeled terrain on top..

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  5. More inspirational pictures and narrative.Splendid work I say!

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  6. What a fantastic looking table and great AAR!

    Christopher

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  7. I have already said it, but I'm a great fan of your tables ! So huge ! And so many details...

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  8. Nice stuff you have amassed there, great pics too

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  9. Great report on the usual marvelous terrain!

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  10. Another great AAR. Your terrain and figures are fantastic!

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  11. Great report Michael. The game looks wonderful!

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  12. Just wonderful Michael, the quality of the games is breathtaking.

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