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#45_1107_3: Eastern Beaches: The Breakout - PzC 22 Japan '45

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#45_1107_3: Eastern Beaches: The Breakout

By Bill Peters
US 1 - 0 - 0 Japan
Rating: 5.3 (1)
Games Played: 1
SM: 3
Turns: 33
Type: Stock
First Side: US
Second Side: Japan
Date: November 7, 1945 - Size, Medium - Location: Southern Kyushu, Japan - Intended for Head to Head or Solo as the US player vs. Japanese-AI. For Solo Victory Conditions see the file "J45-Solo-Vic-Cond.pdf" in the main game folder. Briefing: This scenario portrays the struggle for the US forces to drive inland from their positions they had taken on the 5th of November. The fighting had been hard for two days following the landings and on the 6th of November. The resistance had been brutal but with the addition of the 77th Division on the 6th the I Corps had made good progress inland. Now they were poised to open up the offensive and gain more ground. Losses were expected to be heavy. The suicide planes and boats had already taken a toll on the troops in the transports. Will the US forces be able to take the key objectives they need in order to continue their drive to linkup with the forces moving inland from Ariake Bay?
Player Voting Stats
Member Balance Enjoyment
Kool Kat's ProfileKool Kat Moderately Pro US 6
Gaming Records
1st Side Player 2nd Side Player Result Score
US Kool Kat's Profile Kool Kat vs. Green Green's Profile Japan US Major Victory 54 6
Kool Kat
Major General
Kool Kat Sun Sep 22, 2019 11:18 am
I commanded the American forces. Allies only need 600 points for a Minor Victory. Since 7 victory hexes worth 1,000 points are 7-10 hexes from the American front lines, I choose to advance in the center and expand on the flanks as possible. In the end, the Americans captured just two victory hexes - Shimokurowaga (200 VPs) and Kamikura (100 VPs). The rest of the points came from destroying Japanese troops and the high-loss Banzai attacks that were launched against the American troops at Shimokurowaga near game end. Interesting game. Not sure if VP hexes too close to American lines. Plan to switch sides and command the Japanese.
Regards, Mike / "A good plan violently executed now is better than a perfect plan executed next week." - George S. Patton /