Monday, August 23, 2010


Certainly not something I'd normally bother with, however, some civilians have their uses. Each stand represents a group of 5-10 people, and are for the Norway raid scenario I have been planning - guest starring Paul as the Germans. Each turn they move a random distance in a random direction, and if they come within an inch of a military stand during this time then they take casualties until they are eliminated. The side that delivered the damage gives the other one victory point. Small CD scenarios often have special rules or details to fit with the historical requirements, just something a bit different.


  1. That's a very clever little rule addition you've come up with there. How many stands do you plan to use in the scenario?

  2. Historically the Germans had a reinforced rifle company and two companies of labour pioneers, plus an AFV and AA elements, the British about 500 men (mostly Marines) plus air and naval support.