This is a battle report of our second Big Chain of Command game. 6 players, 3 infantry platoons, two tank platoons, armoured recon and a thousand elephants!
A few weeks ago I met with a number of fine gentlemen at Vienna’s premier friendly local games club to have a game of Big Chain of Command. In this article I will share some thoughts on this Chain… Continue Reading
After a quick detour into the American Civil War we returned to the deserts two weeks after our first campaign game.
Today I would like to take a quick look at and share my thoughts on At the Sharp End, the campaign supplement for Chain of Command. Other than listing a number of scenarios linked to a campaign this pdf… Continue Reading
In the following game we decided to give the vehicle rules a try, so we set up a game in which the regular forces are swapped for mostly vehicles to play an engagements which didn’t only look very probable for… Continue Reading
Welcome to my second Chain of Command battle report.
Today we are going to take a look at a 15mm model. British, lumbering, slightly old-fashioned, doesn’t like anti-air guns: it’s the Matilda Mk.II.
In this part of the article series on my wee British fellas I will have a look at more support choices I got, mainly big guns I got for support.
Last time I introduced the core platoon of my 15mm Chain of Command force. Today we shall have a look at the more colourful toys from the support list.
In this article I introduce my plucky little platoon of British riflemen (2nd Bn. Rifle Brigade), spring 1941.