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The Fugitives ETO (id:#55973)
Multi-Man Publishing (ASL 1 - Beyond Valor (3rd Edition) ID:8)
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Prior Publication: AH: 1st Edition/MMP: 2nd Edition
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Balance:
GermanRussian
Overview:
[Mark Nixon, Journal #1]: High quality Russians hold the canal bridges against rag-tag remnants of the Muencheberg Panzer Division, fleeing Berlin in the last days of the war. Scenario parameters force the Germans into a frenzied rush across those bridges and something of those fearful days seems captured here in cardboard.
Attacker: German (Muencheberg Panzer Division)
Defender: Russian (2nd Guards Tank Army)  
Turns: 9     Players: 2     OBA: None     Night: No
Berlin, Germany 1945-05-03
Unit Counts:
Squads: A:18.0 D:15.0
AFVs: A:8
StuG IIIG x 1
PzKpfw IVJ x 1
PSW 222 (L) x 1
SPW 251/1 x 2
Opel Blitz x 3

D:1
T-34/85 x 1

Guns: A:0 D:1
57mm PTP obr. 43 x 1
Victory Conditions:
Exit VP: Building Control VC: Area Control VC:
Unit Based VC: LOS Style VC: CVP Cap:
Misc Rules: Pre-dawn twilight LV w A: AS, Tr3
Map Board(s): 20 23
Overlays: NONE
Errata (source)
In SSR 1 change "pre-designate" to "secretly record".MMP
Q: Re SSRs 1 and 7, which one is resolved first? A: The German secretly records his entry hex, the Russian then places his Rubble counters, and the German reveals his entry hex.MMP
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RJenulis Added a playing2019-07-25 01:04:18
hoxson1 Uploaded an Image2018-01-26 14:35:19
hoxson1 Modified the misc. rules2018-01-26 14:33:53
hoxson1 Uploaded an Image2018-01-26 14:20:19
von Garvin Added a playing2018-01-25 08:30:31
Last Played:
2019-07-28(A) David Garvin vs Logan Stallings German winThis was a pretty good match. Logan had a great plan; however, it fell apart when both his tank MA and his AT gun malf'd. I was able to get my VP off in pretty good order. Also, his one remaining squad that would have hindered my movement was broken by a sniper shot that opened up an entire flank.
2017-10-15(D) Dan Best vs Justin Williamson Russian win
2016-11-16(D) Jeff B vs Ryan Ellett Russian winI wish they would've modified this scenario from the original version. The pre-dawn twilight in effect here is so much more cumbersome than typical LV hindrances. And, for the life of me, I fail to see the point of having a full 9 turn game when 8.5 would seem to do just fine. Germans didn't push hard enough to cross early and allowed the Russians to set up in their stone buildings and guard the bridges, picking them off en masse when they did make the push.
2014-07-02(A) Seumas Hoskins vs Matthew Clark German win
2013-10-26(D) mark watson vs Blind Sniper German winPBEM. A complete blow-out. Ale crushed me completely by the 5th turn. Poor set-up -- a tiny bit of bad luck (Malfing my HMG on the first turn after creating a German Hero... that sort of thing), but mostly poor play on my part. Instructive. As for the scenario: I'm not sure. It feels long in the tooth, I think.
2013-10-26(A) Alessandro Demichelis vs Mark Watson German winGerman force must cross the river and exit enough EVP to win, different quality units with several vehicles. Russian setup needs close attention otherwise the German can reach and cross the river before the enemy reinforcements.
2013-10-12(D) Jeff B vs Curtis Brooks German winIt came down to the last turn but it really wasn't that close. Once the Russian tank malf'd his MA it was clear what the result would be. The gun was a non-factor as the Germans executed used the far bridge to exit.
2013-08-14(A) Michal Bonaventura vs German win
2013-02-15(A) Richard Agnew vs solo Russian winThe Germans met initial resistance from the MMG, and accurate squad fire from Soviet units in stone buildings. The PzIVJ cleared the way on the north end with a CH on the squad in the stone building, which brought the bdlg down as well. However, most of GE squads were cut broken after crossing the hedges just east of the canal. Only the PWS222 AC made it to the west. The PzIV was brewed up by a frontal hit from the 57mm ATG, while one of the GE HT's tried to bypass the T-34/85, but was quickly set afire with a 0 range hit. Good game, but the result was predictable, considering the amount of 2nd line and Volksgrenadier troops. Penalizing the Road Movement Rate really hurts the Germans in this one.
2012-12-10(D) Ross Mulcare vs Tom Raymo Russian win
2012-11-20(D) Luke Sineath vs Chip Wertenberger German win
2012-08-20(D) Martí Cabré vs Eloi Soler Russian winMy Russian setup was not very good and the Germans exploited it creating a huge wedge in my right. They arrived to the river and with a lucky shot burned my T34. All seemed doomed, but then the Germans, instead of forcing the crossing of the river, spread their forces to attack my left. I had there the AT gun and a HMG that stopped all attacks against them, the German momentum was lost, the scenario turned into a bloody fight inside the stone buildings which the Germans eventually won but with no time left to exit the needed units out of the map. All German vehicles were burned, wrecked or immobilized.
2011-10-02(A) Andy Beaton vs Will Willow German winASLOK 2011 - FtF
2009-08-07(A) Dan Best vs Mike Bistodeau German win
2006-11-07(A) Jesus Pie vs Minaya German win
2006-10-12(D) Nathan Scott vs JB Russian win
1998-08-01(A) David Ramsey vs Burnie Fox Russian win
1998-05-03(D) Richard Jenulis vs Michael Libens Russian win
1992-04-11(A) Kermit Mullins vs Scott Waites Russian win
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Avg Rating: 6.61Votes: 23
Views: 4852
To-Play list count: 12
Estimated Play time: 10.3 hours
Recorded Games: 19
Archive recorded plays:
German10
Russian9
Drawn:0

ROAR Data:
The Fugitives [Confirmed]
[A] German 75
[D] Russian 114
Sunday 13 October 2019 06:45:15 PM  (c)dramsey 2019