Three 6 x 4 tables. Chris laid out the great terrain per Gary R's instructions.
Our January SNS group game started at 2pm on the 14th. Gary Rhay set up a "what if" 1945 scenario for FOW, where the US and Soviet troops come together to cut German rail lines and grab vital European art on the tracks. In the layout pictured above, Germans on the left, allies on the right.
German infantry defend the rail line on their right flank as a convoy moves along the rails.
I could only be there for the beginning of the game, so I still haven't heard the outcome. Kevin brought some visitors to the game, I hope they had a fun time being introduced to historical gaming with our group.
Panzer IVH tanks protect the FO on the hill.
No doubt about it, FOW remains the favorite game in our group for WW2 combat. However, it's not the only WW2 game we play. I'm a sucker for WW2 games. Recently Jeff G and I have been learning to play "I Ain't Been Shot, Mum" by the TooFatLardies group, in 28mm. Several of us, and Chris at GAJO, play "Rapid Fire" in 15mm, and several in the group and I love playing "BlitzKreig Commander" in micro-armor.
US armor on the allied left flank deploying.
More US armor in the allied center.
Soviet armor on the allied right.
The German left is dug in. German armor reserve in the back, at their center.
Soviet T-34/85s roll forward. Models are from Quality Castings.
German 105's knock out an SU-122. Russians move forward.
Kevin directs his US armor to advance in the center.