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Taking Tailleville ETO (id:#60487)
(Beyond the Beachhead 2 ID:BtB 1)
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Designer: Chas Smith
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Canadian forces seized their objectives at Juno Beach after several hours of fighting. At 1030 the North Shore Regiment was ordered to attack toward Tailleville. The regiment, along with several support units, began maneuvering south. Elements of the force were held up by German mortar and machinegun fire. Company C, supported by C Squadron/10th Armored Regiment (Fort Garry Horse, began the attack at 1800 against the village. The defenders were comprised of a weal company and elements of the battalion headquarters.
Attacker: Canadian (Company C, North Shore Rgt, 8th Infantry Brigade and C/10th Armoured Rgt, 2nd Armoured Brigade, 3rd Canadian Infantry Division)
Defender: German (Elements of Battalion II, Grenadier Regiment 736, Infantry Division 716)  
Turns: 6.5     Players: 2     OBA: None     Night: No
Tailleville, France 1944-06-06
Unit Counts:
Squads: A:13.0 D:10.0
AFVs: A:4
Sherman III(a) x 4

Guns: A:0
OML 2-in. Mortar x 2
Victory Conditions:
Exit VP: Building Control VC: Area Control VC:
Unit Based VC: LOS Style VC: CVP Cap:
Misc Rules: D: Fanatic in Bldg R7, 2 tunnels, FB3
Map Board(s): BFP-C
Overlays: BFP-V-1 X14
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hoxson1 Modified the misc. rules2019-07-02 19:58:45
hoxson1 Uploaded an Image2019-07-02 19:47:11
hoxson1 Modified the overview2019-07-02 19:46:05
mike205 Rated the scenario2019-04-05 12:19:42
nebel Added a playing2017-07-31 08:45:53
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2017-07-29(D) nathan wegener vs Toby Pilling Canadian winVery tense and down to the end. Well played by game and could not quite hold on. StL2017
2013-06-06(D) X von Marwitz vs David Wallace Canadian winSo far I have mostly avoided to play scenarios with VC specifying that just somebody has to be GO at game end paired with an ELR: 2 vs. Elite attackers. But I guess one has to learn these type of situations, too. All in all the game came down to the last CC Phase and my Germans held on longer than I had ever guessed. By devious use of tunnels, I was almost able to turn it to my favor. At the start of the last turn, I realized that I had forgotten to specify 2 of 3 Fortified Locations (Grrr!) which might have made the difference. Nevertheless it was an interesting scenario. The German has to pull every conceivable trick to delay the attacker or to force him to divert some effort to take care of some units trying to get past him somehow in individual mini bug-hunts. Using broken units as "blocks to movement" seems viable here, too. This one is not for the faint on PMCs on the German side.
2012-10-02(D) Fred Ingram vs Phillippe Biaux German winRan the clock out on Phillipe. Luckily, he X'd out a flamethrower mid game, and he had a problem getting the 2nd one into position for the end game. He would have had a 12 even shot on the upper level of the victory building, but the holder of the FT broke in the defensive fire phase. I had 3 full squads alive at the end.
2012-07-08(A) Fred Ingram vs Jeff Coleman Canadian winI think this scenario requires an up front defense (of course with a judicious retreat). I truly feel that this scenario turned on my flamethrowers having great rolls on multiple unit stacks. The tanks also braved a few PF shots that should have been more effective. Otherwise a normal engage and grind down the opposition attack.
2010-03-11(D) Ian Willey vs Martin Booker Canadian winEnjoyed the game but managed around 10 boxcars in a fairly small game, complimented it with plenty of other high rolls and found rallying almost impossible. Want to give it another go
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Avg Rating: 6.55Votes: 11
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Estimated Play time: 4.5 hours
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Taking Tailleville [Confirmed]
[A] Canadian 28
[D] German 29
Wednesday 18 September 2019 10:17:49 AM  (c)dramsey 2019