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Kempf at Melikhovo ETO (id:#56498)
Multi-Man Publishing (ASL Journal # 6 ID:J94)
Prior Publication: On Top Scenarios: ON6
See Also: Kempf at Melikhovo by Ola Nygards
Designer: Ola Nygårds
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Balance:
GermanRussian
Overview:
Operation Citadel had been underway for five days and things were not going well for the German attack. The original plan to seize the town of Korocha was scrapped and 6th Panzer Division was tasked with breaking through the Soviet defenses and driving as hard as possible towards Prokhorovka to link up with II SS-Panzer Corps. In the vicinity of Melikhovo, the last defense line, 6th Panzer attacked with flamethrower tanks and the battle of Melikhovo had begun. . .
Attacker: German (6th Panzer Division, III Panzer Corps)
Defender: Russian (7th Guards Army)  
Turns: 4.5     Players: 2     OBA: None     Night: No
Melikhovo, USSR 1943-07-10
Unit Counts:
Squads: A:6.5 D:6.5
AFVs: A:2
PzKpfw III(F1) x 1
PzKpfw IVH x 1

D:1
KV-1 M41 x 1

Guns: A:0 D:1
45mm PTP obr. 42 x 1
PTRD-41 ATR x 1
Victory Conditions:
Exit VP: Building Control VC: Area Control VC:
Unit Based VC: LOS Style VC: CVP Cap:
Misc Rules: Hills are Grain, bldgs single story. A: FTV1 w D: variable KV-1 entry
Map Board(s): 3 4
Overlays: NONE
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Allister01 Added a playing2019-01-21 11:06:17
hoxson1 Modified the misc. rules2018-12-14 12:09:12
scottf2 Added a playing2018-12-09 22:05:45
von Garvin Added a playing2018-11-03 10:10:52
von Garvin Rated the scenario2018-11-03 10:09:27
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2019-01-20(A) Louis Langdeau vs Andrew S Russian winI called this one ahead of time. I told Andy that any time I have a flamethrower, it goes dead on the very first shot of the game. Lo and behold, I rolled my tank up to his front line unit and immediately rolled boxcars. I still tried to make a play of it, but Andy had good positioning on his ATR and AT gun. I managed to get a couple very good shots with my PzIV, but after it got double tapped by his AT, I was needing a big run of luck to save the day and did not get it. Not my favorite scenario in the world. There's too many small rolls that can have a huge effect on the game, and if any of them line up against one side, the game is pretty much over. I think there are better small scenarios to play if you only have a few hours.
2018-12-09(D) Scott Fischbein vs Mark Pandori Russian winDice were decidedly on the Russian side for this one. Mark malfed his VFT on his first attack with it, and I was rolling low the whole game (including a "1" so that my KV entered on the first turn). Called it during turn 4.
2018-12-09(D) Scott Fischbein vs Mark Pandori Russian winPlayed a second game after the first one was a blowout due mostly to hot rolls on my part (and poor rolls on Mark's part!) Second game was a lot closer. My AT gun took out the German PZIV on the first turn, but was in turn killed by the FT. After that one useful attack, the FT X-d on the very next roll. Mark continued to make good use of it with some useful VBM freezes of my victory building MMG/9-1 stack. After malfing the MA on my KV-1, it still got MVP with a crucial snake eyes against a big German stack in the middle of the street. Without that extra manpower, Mark didn't have enough to take the final building, and the Russians prevailed again. A fun, quick playing scenario, which can be quite dicey due to the length and the combination of AFV-based luck (x-ing the FT, rolling for entry of the KV, etc.)
2018-11-03(D) David Garvin vs Jack Daniels Russian win
2018-10-07(A) Vic Lauterbach vs RC German winThe attack looked hopeless after the first two turns. The HIP 45LL killed the PzIV, then the KV killed the FlammPz, but persistence paid off. Fire from the 9-2 directed stack broke the key defenders. Very exciting and tense right to the end.
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Mid point of game 28/01/07 (11 - endaxisT3.png)After Action ReportBludengutz493
My AAR as Russians at CASLO 2007. (AAR J094 KempfAtMelikhovo.doc)After Action Reportmtrodgers99494
Set up, 28/01/07 (01 - start positions.png)ImageBludengutz732
(flamethrower tank pzIII.png)Imagehoxson1257
(!germ-soviet.png)Imagehoxson1169
Situation at game end (J94 end of game.JPG)Imagedieneuner2540
game end 28/01/07 (19 - endaxisT5 - Game over - Allied Win!.png)Map ImageBludengutz501
J094 Kempf at Melikhovo (J94 Kempf at Melikhovo.jpg)Map ImageFre20741350

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Statistics:
Avg Rating: 6.65Votes: 55
Views: 4015
To-Play list count: 3
Estimated Play time: 2.2 hours
Recorded Games: 43
Archive recorded plays:
German17
Russian26
Drawn:0

ROAR Data:
Kempf at Melikhovo [Confirmed]
[A] German 92
[D] Russian 109
Friday 15 February 2019 04:12:16 PM  (c)dramsey 2019