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Corridor To Extinction ETO (id:#62849)
(Schwerpunkt #22 ID:SP259)
Designer: Evan E. Sherry
Starter kit scenario?:    Deluxe scenario?:
 
Balance:
RussianGerman (SS)
Overview:
The Fuhrer was dead and the Soviet juggernaut was fast closing in on the remnants of the 1st SS Panzer Division (Leibstandarte). Now, even these, the most fanatical German troops knew the war was over. None of them wanted to be the last to die, or even worse, become a prisoner of the Russians. On 2 May, Untersturmfuhrer Warnecke led a detachment of former Tiger tank crews from SS-Panzer Abteilung 591 to the Nibelungen Work to draw two new Jagdtigers and bring them back to the division headquarters. From there, they road-marched to Waidhofen where they formed a kampfgruppe with ten newly delivered Panzer IVs. Their mission was to delay the lead elements of the Russian 20th Guards Rifle Corps while the rest of Leibstandarte retreated to the west, taking the last open corridor to surrender to the American army. One Jagdtiger was immobilized and had to be destroyed by its crew before the fight even started, leaving the last Jagdtiger to wait in ambush with the Panzer IVs. Soon, Russian tanks came into view. . .
Attacker: Russian (20th Guards Rifle Corps, 4th Guards Army, 3rd Ukrainian Front)
Defender: German (SS) (Kompanie 7, Panzer Regiment 1, and SS Panzer Abteilung 501, SS-Panzer Division 1 (Leibstandarte))  
Turns: 4.5     Players: 2     OBA: None     Night: No
Waidhofen, Austria 1945-05-07
Unit Counts:
Squads: A:10.0 D:7.0
AFVs: A:8
T-34/85 x 6
M3A1 Scout Car(a) APC x 2

D:3
JgdPz VI x 1
PzKpfw IVJ x 2

Guns: A:0 D:0
Victory Conditions:
Exit VP: Building Control VC: Area Control VC:
Unit Based VC: LOS Style VC: CVP Cap:
Misc Rules: EC Wet, no Kindling
Map Board(s): 2a 5a
Overlays: NONE
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aiabx Added a playing2019-05-20 14:46:51
von Garvin Added a playing2019-05-20 11:21:50
von Garvin Rated the scenario2019-05-20 11:21:08
mtrodgers99 Added a playing2019-05-03 14:37:02
rangercote Added a playing2019-02-10 17:57:43
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2019-05-17(A) David Garvin vs Erik Lindblad German (SS) winAt CASLO
2019-05-17(D) Andy Beaton vs Tim Kelly German (SS) winCASLO 2019
2019-04-30(D) Michael Rodgers vs Erik Lindblad German (SS) winI hipped all three AFV as specified by the SSR. All three were in woods, however; I think I would put two or three in orchards next time. Most of my infantry was hidden from first turn fire, but not all. I had two units in different locations covering the center bridge. One HIP Pz4 covered it as well. I looked for a good legal high spot for the JgPz6 to dominate the map, but I saw none. Erik's attack came in mostly on the Russian right with two T34 left in high overwatch positions. Our match went all the way to the last turn. I had lost two Pz4. Erik had lost 1 T34 and 1 SC. The JgPz6 had moved away from the VC road and it was in the center of the map at the start of the last German turn. Erik had sent all the T34 to engage the infantry that was accumulated in the buildings near the end of the VC road. I was able to move the JgPz6 to the central bridge to satisfy the VC. On the last Russian turn, Erik sent several T34 back to engage the JgPz6 without success.
2019-01-20(A) rene cote vs Meosberg German (SS) win
2018-12-20(A) Jeff B vs Magnus Rimvall Russian winHard to get a true feel for this one as my opponent setup a very forward defense that I opted to just sit and blast on Turn 1. By the end of the turn half of his infantry and both leaders were gone. After that my infantry were just tasked with scouting for the hidden AFVs. There was one pesky German squad in the middle of the road behind the wall that we had to tie up and run around. I lost my first tank to the King Tiger conducting an overrun here. Another tank showed its face in the woods lining the west side of the road but whiffed on its shot at me and then MALF'd its MA on an IF shot. It was blown to bits the next turn. I lucked out breaking a German squad with my advancing fire that would have been in good position to move concealed next to me for a PF shot. After killing two more squads in CC there was only one GO squad left. The third tank MALF'd its gun on its very first shot at me and, with the King Tiger bound to be assaulted from all positions, there was just no way the Germans could win so they conceded on Turn 3.
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Avg Rating: 6.78Votes: 9
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Estimated Play time: 4.1 hours
Recorded Games: 8
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