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094 - Peachtree Creek July 20, 1864 - HPS/JTS Campaign Atlanta

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094 - Peachtree Creek July 20, 1864

By Richard Walker
CSA 1 - 0 - 0 Union
Rating: 4.7 (2)
Games Played: 1
SM: 7
Turns: 95
Type: Stock
First Side: CSA
Second Side: Union
(What If, 95 Turns) This variant starts with no units on the map, The entire army of the Cumberland and nearly the entire Confederate army will fight for the approaches to northern Atlanta
Player Voting Stats
Member Balance Enjoyment
Steel God's ProfileSteel God Moderately Pro CSA 5
2-81 Armor's Profile2-81 Armor Moderately Pro CSA 3
Gaming Records
1st Side Player 2nd Side Player Result Score
CSA Steel God's Profile Steel God vs. 2-81 Armor 2-81 Armor's Profile Union CSA Minor Win 70 28
Steel God
Lieutenant General
Steel God Frid Oct 08, 2021 10:39 am
The scenario design is clearly intended that Hood should attack Sherman along Peachtree Creek. However, I simply declined to do so and withdrew into the Atlanta fortifications. If the Union player stands off you can not lose (or win, it will be a draw) but if he attacks you, victory is virtually assured in the Atlanta defenses.
2-81 Armor
2-81 Armor Frid Oct 08, 2021 1:50 pm
If the Confederates do the wise thing and retreat into the Atlanta fortifications, there is not much left for either side to do. The South can just seek to run out the clock, and the North can either batter their heads in senseless frontal attacks or, run out the clock themselves. No fun for either side.
"And I will show you where the Iron Crosses grow."- Sgt Rolf Steiner, The Cross of Iron