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Children of the Kunai PTO (id:#57383)
Critical Hit (Paddington Bears '96 Pack ID:PBP 3)
Prior Publication: CH#3: CH28, Paddington Bears: Aussie `95 Pack PB3
See Also: Children of the Kunai by Critical Hit Children of the Kunai by Paddington Bears Children of the Kunai by Sydney Adventure Gaming Awards
Designer: Unknown
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Balance:
AustralianJapanese
Overview:
Following the successful ambush the previous day, where the 2/30th had wiped out several hundred Japanese troops almost without loss, Gen. Bennett decided to follow up the success. D Company, commanded by Captain W.S. Melville, was ordered to advance and occupy a small hill near the Gemenach River to block the enemy reinforcements. However, the Jap build-up had been faster than anticipated, and enemy troops were already occupying the Aussies' start line. But it was too late to call off the attack. . . .A true classic. Australian troops launch one of the few attacking actions during the retreat to Singapore. Supported by artillery, the Australians must attack across two boards to cross a road. The Japanese get support in the form of tanks and fighter-bombers.
Attacker: Australian (D Company, 2/30th Battalion, AIF)
Defender: Japanese (Elements of the Japanese 5th Army)  
Turns: 5.5     Players: 2     OBA: Australian     Night: No
Gemas, Malaya 1942-01-15
Unit Counts:
Squads: A:12.0 D:8.0
AFVs: A:0 D:1
Type 95 HA-GO x 1

Guns: A:0
OML 2-in. Mortar x 2
Boys ATR x 1
D:0
Type 89 Heavy Grenade-Launcher x 1
Victory Conditions:
Exit VP: Building Control VC: Area Control VC:
Unit Based VC: LOS Style VC: CVP Cap:
Misc Rules: PTO, LJ, (Exc: 1 road exists), Ov1 w D: Air Support
Map Board(s): 35 37
Overlays: G4
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hoxson1 Updated the Victory Conditions2019-12-05 18:16:21
hoxson1 Modified the overview2019-10-17 05:02:30
hoxson1 Uploaded the Board image2019-10-17 04:48:46
hoxson1 Modified the misc. rules2019-10-17 04:48:34
buser333 Added a playing2019-10-13 16:55:45
Last Played:
2019-10-07(D) Jeff B vs David Murray Australian winAussies made a hard push on the north edge and my two hidden HS there failed to account for themselves (and eventually died for FtR). I didn't help my cause any by deciding to lay a FL down the wrong hexgrain. I closed my net as best I could, but my key man in the west (MMG crew) promptly broke their gun and fell to the Aussie assault. My tank came on just in time to park on the road just before the Aussies could cross, but I made another mistake by parking ADJ to the P6 hut, allowing them to move in for the kill in CC. With my plane nowhere in sight (it wouldn't come on until the very last turn), my only hope were my elite reinforcements. But they were not enough to prevent the Aussies from getting a major foothold on the west side of the road. At the end they had 14VP comfortably situated in concealment terrain and my last ditch charge proved futile. A bit too small and dicey for me.
2018-06-17(D) Tom Kearney vs Lindsey Murillo Japanese winEarly war Malaya linked scenario campaign.
2015-12-04(D) Richard Carter vs Laurent Tinture Japanese wingreat game. tense game to the very end. My Ha-Go saved the day on the Aussie's final movement phase.
2009-06-17(A) Dan Owsen vs Andrew Lewis Japanese winGreat scenario. I wasn't able to get my OBA to come down and got stopped right at the road. Also had at least 3 fate results (12s) on rally/MC attempts. Andrew played a good defense too.
2001-01-01(A) Bill Brodie vs Paul Hassler Australian winOne of the all time classics. A must play for PTo fans.
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Statistics:
Avg Rating: 6.43Votes: 7
Views: 1702
To-Play list count: 0
Estimated Play time: 3.2 hours
Recorded Games: 6
Archive recorded plays:
Australian3
Japanese3
Drawn:0

ROAR Data: (updated Nov 2019)
Children of the Kunai
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[A] Japanese 31
[D] Australian 24
Saturday 18 January 2020 06:12:24 AM  (c)dramsey 2020