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#0705_02 Hill 228.6 - SS Preliminaries - Kursk Southern Front

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#0705_02 Hill 228.6 - SS Preliminaries

By David Freer
Germany 3 - 3 - 6 Russia
Rating: 5.8 (4)
Games Played: 12
SM: 1
Turns: 10
Type: Custom
First Side: Germany
Second Side: Russia

The Vorskla River, North West of Belgorod: July 5th, 1943. (Scenario Size: Battalion. German Human vs Soviet AI or Head to Head) Sturmbannführer Rudolf Sandig's II Battalion, SS Panzer Grenadier Regiment 2 was given the task of clearing hill 228.6. The hill overlooked the German assembly areas allowing Soviet observers to call in artillery and rocket fire to disrupt the Axis forces preparations. With the main SS assault beginning at dawn on the 5th it was imperative that the hill be cleared of Soviet defenders by then. This scenario covers Sandig's assault on the hill and Soviets desperate defence to hold it.

Player Voting Stats
Member Balance Enjoyment
Landser34's ProfileLandser34 Totally Pro Russia 5
Barbarrossa.'s ProfileBarbarrossa. Totally Pro Russia 4
Gris's ProfileGris Well Balanced 8
Geier's ProfileGeier Well Balanced 7
Gaming Records
1st Side Player 2nd Side Player Result Score
Russia scots greys's Profile scots greys vs. KG_RangerBooBoo KG_RangerBooBoo's Profile Germany Draw 5 5
Germany Geier's Profile Geier vs. Landser34 Landser34's Profile Russia Draw 5 5
Germany Landser34's Profile Landser34 vs. vendetta vendetta's Profile Russia Germany Minor Victory 9 3
Germany Gris's Profile Gris vs. Landser34 Landser34's Profile Russia Draw 5 5
Germany Sgt Jasper's Profile Sgt Jasper vs. Landser34 Landser34's Profile Russia Germany Minor Victory 9 3
General of the Army
Landser34 Tue May 27, 2014 2:18 am
To balance this one out I think the points need to be reduced or a few more turns added
Gris Sat Jul 30, 2016 1:52 am
As the Axis advance fast and take advantage of the night. Adding two turns give both sides a chance to win.
'Millions died or suffered in the mud of Flanders between 1914-18. Who remembers them? Even those with names on their graves are by now unknown soldiers.' - Mier Ronnen, Jerusalem Post, 1933 Gris