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Totsugeki! CBI (id:#56310)
Avalon Hill (AH:ASL Annual `93a ID:A 60)
Prior Publication: ASL Digest #3.02 ATL 92.3
See Also: Totsugeki! by ASL Digest Totsugeki! by Multi-Man Publishing
Designer: Guy Chaney & Mike McGrath
Starter kit scenario?:    Deluxe scenario?:
 
Balance:
JapaneseChinese
Overview:
An encircling force, the Chinese 114th Regiment with the 6th Field Artillery Battery, was sent circling south to cross the River Tanai at Kantau. The Chinese regiment collided with the Japanese in a series of sharp actions along two small creeks. The jungle made it difficult for the Chinese to organize and coordinate their attacks; the supporting 6th Battery could not even take part until fields of fire were cut. But as this arduous task was underway, infiltrating parties of the Japanese 55th Infantry Regiment surrounded the battery. The 3/114th, charged with supporting the guns, was split into four fragments, no two of them in contact. The Chinese gunners were forced to fight to save their guns, and themselves, alone.
Attacker: Japanese (55th Infantry Regiment)
Defender: Chinese (6th Field Artillery Battery, 38th Division)  
Turns: 6.5     Players: 2     OBA: None     Night: No
Near Kantau, Burma 1944-01-10
Unit Counts:
Squads: A:11.0 D:15.0
AFVs: A:0 D:0
Guns: A:0
Type 89 Heavy Grenade-Launcher x 1
D:3
M1A1 75mm Pack Howitzer x 3
Victory Conditions:
Exit VP: Building Control VC: Area Control VC:
Unit Based VC: LOS Style VC: CVP Cap:
Misc Rules: PTO, LJ. D: Guns set up unconcealed, not Emplaced, may not move out of hex
Map Board(s): 37
Overlays: NONE
Errata (source)
Both Chinese MMG Strength Factors should be "4-10".MMP
Add a 3-3-7 and four "?" to the Chinese OB. (The Chinese BI BPV number changes from [88] to [93].) MMP
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Latest Updates:
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hoxson1 Modified the misc. rules2017-08-30 19:14:26
von Marwitz Added a playing2017-06-24 19:20:36
hoxson1 Modified the unit counts2017-06-13 15:18:26
hoxson1 Added Errata2017-06-13 15:17:29
von Marwitz Uploaded the Board image2017-06-13 09:45:12
Last Played:
2017-06-24(A) X von Marwitz vs Paul Treslove Japanese winThis scenario is rightly counted among the classics. A LOT of fun to play! I had the Japanese in this one. I have not played a game in a long time, where both sides consistenly rolled such crap. We both had all sorts of awkward and catastrophic things happening all the time which made each of us think that everything was lost only to rejoice with new hope as comparable shit happened to the opponent. Just to give an idea for the Japanese: MC average of 7.96 in 29 rolls, IFT average of 7.72 in 29 rolls, 228 crew dead before first shot was fired, MMG X'ed on first shot by non-qualified infantry, 10-0 rolles Fate and Lethal wound, 1st DC Hero rolls Fate&Lethal Wound, 2nd DC hero Wounds to Pin short of target, just 1 squad equivalent died due to MC Failure, the rest were all KIA'ed, K/ed, or Fate took them. Similar stuff for the Chinese. It took a lot of considerate Banzai Charges to bring this one home. Highly recommended.
2017-03-18(A) Kermit Mullins vs Francis Biss Chinese winThis was my 3rd Round Scenario for the 2017 Kansas City ASL Group March Madness Tournament. Francis Biss set up a good in my grill defense which initially folded as my Japanese Banzai charged them. But I suffered losses in the process and by game end could only reach one gun as the Chinese swarmed me in the jungle. This is a good scenario...but I didn't find it as enjoyable as others I played during the tournament.
2016-06-06(D) Arno Femboeck vs Ron Japanese win
2016-04-20(A) Bill Brodie vs Dan Japanese winPlayed this as the Japanese again. Used their special abilities to their best, encircling the Chinese and breaking most of them. The Chinese did not get a chance to rally, and conceded on turn 5.
2015-02-16(A) Bill Brodie vs Steven Bond Chinese winWell, I don't normally blame the dice, but in this case I was on the rear end of a dice whipping!
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ASL Annual '93a: Page 38 (Scenario design article)Dave
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Scenario's Everyone Should Play Once #1Panzer
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Chinese M1A1 artillery (M1A1 artillery.png)Imagehoxson1160
(jap-kmt.png)Imagehoxson135
(A60 Totsugeki!.png)Map Imagehipsu288
(A060 Totsugeki Scenario Archive.jpg)Map Imagevon Marwitz32

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Totsugeki!
Chinese M1A1 artillery
 
Statistics:
Avg Rating: 7.53Votes: 34
Views: 3781
To-Play list count: 8
Estimated Play time: 4.3 hours
Recorded Games: 24
Archive recorded plays:
Japanese13
Chinese11
Drawn:0

ROAR Data:
Totsugeki! (ATL3 redone) [Confirmed]
[A] Japanese 176
[D] Chinese 126
Sunday 19 November 2017 05:38:22 AM  (c)dramsey 2017