Objective Schmidt ASL
Prix : 99.00 €
ASLComp OBJECTIVE SCHMIDT is a detailed ASLComp variant module that tells the story of the Battle of the Huertgen Forest with a broad sweep, and detailed historical map. The presentation is a large as the battle was ... in terms of importance to Allied hopes to be ‘home for Christmas’ ... 1944. Those hopes were dashed by bitter German resistance in the dark, dank wooded hills and villages around the Kall River. Names like Kommerscheidt, Vossenack, and Germeter, not to mention the infamous Kall Trail ... ring out in the history of the battle. Every one of those places is depicted, and more, allowing the tactical-level gamer to contest every inch, or pull back and await reinforcements ... or lay in a mortar barrage ... or stand pat and await new orders. Whatever was possible to local commanders is in YOUR hands as you re-make history in minute detail.
The map presentation is extensive, providing almost a dozen square feet of gaming area with evocative terrain artwork by a professional military illustrator
What’s more, when combined with HUERTGEN HELL, ASLComp OBJECTIVE SCHMIDT creates another CH monster battlefield measuring some six feet in length ... there just has never been anything like it. You’ll be able to gaze across the expanse of the battlefield on both sides of the Kall River, including multiple villages, hundreds of terrain features. And yet, many scenarios play on portions of the overall map area, making the module easy to dive into and get your dice rolling without delay.
The module includes two sheets of 280 ½” die-cut German and American MMC/SMC/SW counters, plus a sheet of 176 5/8” AFV/VEHICLES/GUNS in 5/8” size, a total of 736 counters in all—everything you need to play the scenarios (just bring your standard markers). You also receive 8 scenarios (all playable on the map provided) in color format, and color special rules in 3-hole format.