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This is a quick to play, high level set up for the Battle of Tannenberg (which happened closer to Allenstein), which happened at the outset of World War One.

This is not a detailed combat simulation (not that there's anything wrong with that; it's just not what this is), but a simple scenario to explore the command and control advantage that contributed to a greatly outnumbered and outgunned German force in routing the Russians at the operational and strategic levels.

Rough OOB, QILS stats and a general map are provided.  The set up is simple enough that you should be able to easily substitute troops from any other genre.

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Shawn K July 26, 2014 3:02 am UTC
How many dice does each unit have? Are they single dice units?
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Shawn K July 28, 2014 4:13 am UTC
Actually there are no listed numbers but the dice are displayed showing not only how to color the pips but how many dice to use for each class of unit. I missed the graphic as I assumed it was only showing coloring scheme and did not notice it also showed how many dice to use. The scenario designer responded to my email to point this out. I appreciate the quick response.
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This title was added to our catalog on March 07, 2014.