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The Cost of Non-Compliance ETO (id:#62922)
(Winter Offensive Bonus Pack 2017 ID:WO22)
Designer: Ken Dunn
Starter kit scenario?:    Deluxe scenario?:
 
Balance:
RussianGerman
Overview:
XIX Mechanized Crops had done its best to contain the Germans of Army Group South and was now ordered to form part of the northern pincer of a counterattack around an 1,800 square mile triangle formed by the towns of Lutsk, Dubno, and Brody. Due to losses and a lack of reliable communications, the Soviets only had the equivalent of an understrength division available; however, when commanders expressed concerns about this, commissars remained unsympathetic and reminded the leaders that the cost of non-compliance was personally high. With that dubious encouragement, Soviet tanks advanced toward Dubno with only a vague idea of their objectives, and who would be on their flanks.
Attacker: Russian (40th Tank Division, 43rd Tank Division, 228th Rifle Division)
Defender: German (Panzer Division 11)  
Turns: 5.5     Players: 2     OBA: None     Night: No
Dubno, Ukraine 1941-06-26
Unit Counts:
Squads: A:14.0 D:8.0
AFVs: A:12
KV-1 M39/40 x 2
T-34 M41 x 2
BT-2A LT x 3
T-26 M32 LT x 3
T-26 M31 LT x 2

D:6
PzKpfw IVD x 1
PzKpfw IIIF x 4
PzKpfw IIF x 1

Guns: A:0 D:3
10.5cm leFH 18 x 1
3.7cm PaK 35/36 x 2
Victory Conditions:
Exit VP: Building Control VC: Area Control VC:
Unit Based VC: LOS Style VC: CVP Cap:
Misc Rules: Simultaneous setup
Map Board(s): 33 66 76
Overlays: NONE
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hoxson1 Modified the overlays2019-06-06 19:27:03
hoxson1 Modified the overview2019-06-06 19:26:38
hoxson1 Modified the misc. rules2019-06-06 19:21:32
yagi Added a playing2019-04-21 09:00:28
Tomkrny Added a playing2018-10-10 23:48:16
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2019-04-21(D) hideaki iwanaga vs Russian Russian win
2018-10-05(A) Tom Kearney vs Brian Abela Russian winASLOK, open play
2018-02-17(A) Scott Sherer vs Jeff Buser German winVery enjoyable scenario. I figured Jeff would heavily defend the shortest route to stone buildings (and the extra benefit of having the commanding heights). I also figured he's have AT assets on said commanding heights and that was correct also. My plan was to send some of my up-armored AFVs up to the hill to suppress any guns up there and take my attack around the flank to try to get enough buildings using the clusters around 76Q9 and 76U5. However, I didn't get my suppressor tanks in place soon enough and thought I had a better chance of getting some of my thin-skinned armor across the plains. As Jeff mentioned, four Russian tanks died on the first two turns to thwart that approach. The other thing I should have done was try to get some firepower in position to interdict 76 hexrow O to prevent the shifting of the German forces to meet the attack. As such, Jeff was able to bring enough troops in to prevent me from capturing enough stone buildings, and when my final tank malf'ed his MA in the top of Turn 6, there was absolutely no chance of pulling out a miracle. Was disappointed in myself for not even getting the Russians in place to try a Human Wave.
2018-02-17(D) Jeff B vs Scott Sherer German winGermans setup with a very heavy western defense, with only a couple squads in the east. I figured if I was going to get beat it would be by making him take the long way. A very enjoyable feature of this scenario though is simultaneous setup, so Scott had no idea of my setup when he planned his attack, which just so happened to be heavy in the east. My guns up on the hill rained early destruction, taking out two of the lightly armored BT-2As on Turn 1, leaving the third without a platoon (and it would fail movement rolls for at least the next three turns). Turn 2 saw two of the T-25 M32s go down, but the Germans lost their Pz IIF to a sneaky shot. Turn 3 saw the only radio-equipped tanks the Russians had (the KV-1s) move up on the hill to harass the gunners. They succeeded in taking one out. Meanwhile German armor reinforcement entered from the north, just in time to setup shop on the other side of the stream before the Russian advance could jump off. German infantry had gradually repositioned to meet the challenge as well and were mostly in the middle of the board. A berserker ended up sucking up a lot of German firepower, eventually returning to normal in Turn 4 after dispatching a key Pz IIIF who was parked on the bridge. But the Russians lost a KV-1 to the remaining gun, who had found a HEAT round, and two other Russian tanks were immobilized, and another recalled due to a MALFd MA. So things were looking quite grim for the Russians at this point as the Germans held a 4:2 advantage in functioning AFVs. Turn 5 was a great swing for the Russians however as they took out 3/4 of the remaining German armor, but not without losing the last of their light armor to an ATR shot. By this time the German infantry was holed up nicely protecting their buildings, having only lost one. And when the last Russian AFV MALFd its gun it was game over. Very fun scenario which I would gladly play again.
2017-05-06(A) Gordon Jupp vs Nick Holmshaw Russian winExcellent scenario! I concentrated on the East flank and made good progress early on, taking out the 105 and one of the 37mm ATG by T2. Even so it was close at the end and I only got the required buildings on the last turn. Worth a play!
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Avg Rating: 8.00Votes: 13
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To-Play list count: 4
Estimated Play time: 7.1 hours
Recorded Games: 8
Archive recorded plays:
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German5
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