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#411120_02v: Rommel Wakes Up - North Africa 1941

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#411120_02v: Rommel Wakes Up

By Rick Bancroft
Axis (NA41) 0 - 0 - 3 Allied (NA41)
Rating: 4.63 (3)
Games Played: 3
SM: 1
Turns: 12
Type: Stock
First Side: Axis (NA41)
Second Side: Allied (NA41)
Sidi Rezegh, southeast of Tobruk: November 20th, 1941. (Scenario Size: Regiment. Head to Head or Allied vs AI. This scenario uses variable objective victory points). Rommel had ignored the British moves around Sidi Rezegh and to the south for the first 2 days of the operation, but he had finally reacted. The men of z.b.V Africa were tasked with moving on Sidi Rezegh in order to determine the situation in the area and stabilize it. If possible, they were to seize the area, without tank support as the Panzers were operating further southeast. British tank forces with limited infantry support were in the area.
Player Voting Stats
Member Balance Enjoyment
Geier's ProfileGeier Slightly Pro Allied (NA41) 5
KG_RangerBooBoo's ProfileKG_RangerBooBoo Moderately Pro Allied (NA41) 6
Fhil's ProfileFhil Totally Pro Allied (NA41) 2
Warrant Officer
Geier Frid May 17, 2019 9:32 pm
Germans have a long way to cover with essentially an infantry only force and slogging through a "soggy" desert against relatively well defended objectives.
KG_RangerBooBoo Frid Jul 19, 2019 4:26 pm
Didn't see any Axis armor so hard on them to move the Allied tanks. To offset that my tanks had a hard time hurting Axis infantry.
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Fhil Thu Sep 17, 2020 5:23 pm
Was this scenario tested? If so, what´s the purpose of it or how it should be played? Got nothing against historically one-sided scenarios, but why including this one? It´s one of the most boring one - slow tempo due to weather and it´s just German infantry against British tanks.