The Action At Ustilug is a pint sized campaign for Chain of Command. It contains a half ladder campaign with a variable support system that adds an extra level of friction to your support choices. The campaign covers the opening day of Operation Barbarossa. The German 289th Infantry Division crossed the Ukrainian border at the bridges near Ustilug and encountered the Soviet 87th Rifle Division and... [click here for more]
“IN THE NAME OF ROMA”
Company and Platoon level scenarios for the Eastern Front, 1941
In July of 1941, the 80° Roma Regiment of the Pasubio Division boarded a train bound for Romania. Along with the rest of the Italian Expeditionary Corps in Russia (Corpo di Spedizione Italiano), they would advance through the Ukraine alongside their German allies. In the coming months,... [click here for more]
The Campaign for Kharkov contains two pint sized campaigns designed for the TooFatLardies Chain of Command rules. They are easily converted to any skirmish ruleset such as Bolt Action.
One covers the advance of the German 57th Infantry Division and the other the German 101st Light Division. The attack came in October of 1941. This city would be the site of three major battles for the city. The interesting... [click here for more]
The Second Kharkov Campaign is a pair of Pint Sized campaigns for the TooFatLardies rule set Chain of Command. These platoon level scenarios are perfectly usable for other rule sets and provided the necessary information to make adjustments.
The first campaign covers the initial Soviet attack on German lines in May 12th of 1942. It follows the advance of the Soviet... [click here for more]
This product contains all of the following scenario supplements: 1) Campaign for Ustilug - (Six Scenarios for Chain of Command) 2) First Encounters - (One Scenario for Chain of Command or What a Tanker) 3) Campaign for Kharkov: October 1941 - (Twelve scenarios for Chain of Command) 4) In the Name of Roma - (30 scenarios for IABSM and Chain of Command) 5) Second Battle of Kharkov: May 1942 - (13 scenarios... [click here for more]