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Tretten in Flames ETO (id:#56436)
Multi-Man Publishing (ASL Journal # 3 ID:J 37)
Designer: Philippe Naud
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The first Allied land operations conducted in April 1940 to stop the German invasion of Norway had been a complete failure. The Allies suffered defeat after defeat. Nonetheless, at Tretten, they made one last attempt to stem the German advance. . .
Attacker: German (196th Infanterie Division/138th Gebirgsjäger Regiment/PanzerAbteilung Zbv40)
Defender: British (1/5th Leicesters, Headquarters Company of the 1/8th Sherwood Foresters and 148th Brigade Headquarters)  
Turns: 5.5     Players: 2     OBA: None     Night: No
Tretten, Norway 1940-04-23
Unit Counts:
Squads: A:13.5 D:9.0
AFVs: A:1
PzKpfw IIA x 1

Guns: A:1
5cm leGrW 36 x 1
15cm sIG 33 x 1
Boys ATR x 1
Victory Conditions:
Exit VP: Building Control VC: Area Control VC:
Unit Based VC: LOS Style VC: CVP Cap:
Misc Rules: Alpine Hills, DS, GS w A: Skis3
Map Board(s): 8 15
Overlays: NONE
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2013-08-21(D) mark watson vs Andy Beaton German winVery neat scenario, between the skis, the snow, and the fire. Brits did very little damage but held strong for the first-half, but the INF gun methodically blew-up everyone it could possibly hit. The decimated Brits were unable to hold-out so I gave up on my turn 5. Good fun!
2013-02-25(D) Luke Sineath vs John Bock British winThe German choice in Flame placement is very important!
2012-11-11(A) Martí Cabré vs Santiago López German winI put the blaze in the big building most close to the German departure line. Then I started popping smoke with the gun and sending most of the units forward covered by the smokes. Wind started blowing and this generated more drifting smoke that helped me. The skiers went straight to the first building on the hill. The gun blasted it and the skiers took it. Then I put a killer stack up on the building that is resting on the hill and poured fire on every Brit in sight. The Brits had to slowly retreat, pursued by the German machineguns and the gun. The AFV entered and traded some shots. I kept the broken British DM every turn and tried to inflict casualties to open a way to the big buildings necessary for victory. Finally I got to the crucial point where I had to risk it. I used the skiers to offer some shots to the British strong point, and rushed some squads forward. Some of them did it, and I left other squads to cover the taken building hexes so the British were not able to retake them. With one turn to go, the British conceded. German victory!
2011-08-27(A) John Van Natta vs Jeff T British winThe German gun malfunctioned on it's first shot of the game and was never a factor. The Germans started strong but as they pushed into the village the British defense, led by the hero, coalesced to slow them down. The pivotal moment in the scenario was when the British 9-1 and his squad survived a 3MC and prevented my flanking force from rolling up the Brits left flank and taking several buildings. An ill-conceived close combat in which I overcommitted my force in hopes of an overwhelming and quick CC victory turned in to a melee that lasted the remainder of the game and left me with too few squads to take that final building hex on the last turn. I ended up with 19 of the 20 required hexes.
2011-08-27(D) Jeff T vs JVan British winRead JVan's account. Close battle that probably should have been a German win but the dice gods favored the Brits late as they had just enough to hold onto 1 extra building. The British Hero was effective throughout and stopped two German mid-right thrusts almost single handed. Fun scenario but with the German gun malfing on the first shot and then breaking, it seemed it wasn't meant to be for the Krauts.
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Avg Rating: 6.54Votes: 13
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Estimated Play time: 3.2 hours
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Tretten in Flames [Confirmed]
[A] German 45
[D] British 34
Tuesday 16 October 2018 11:23:32 AM  (c)dramsey 2018