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Forum: Mémoire 44 - Fédération Française
 Topic: Classement FFM44 pour 2014-2015
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Re:Classement FFM44 pour 2014-2015 Fri, 06 March 2015 07:23
Bonjour,

Je n'avais pas repéré le sujet débattant de ce point.
La réponse est....ce qu'elle est
Mais je m'en contenterai, même si cela ne met pas de pétrole dans ma lanterne. Laughing
      
Forum: Small World - English
 Topic: Races and powers help sheets
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Re:Races and powers help sheets Fri, 06 March 2015 08:41
What program did you use too make the sheet?
      
Forum: Discussion - English
 Topic: Andriod app vs. web version
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Re:Andriod app vs. web version Fri, 06 March 2015 11:49
Hello

In fact you need to purchase the game separately on each platform.
The main reason is out of our control and explained on our contact us page:

You purchased a game (or expansion or DLC) on Android, iOS or Steam: why do you have to re-purchase it on other platforms too?

Regarding Steam, it's "an internet-based digital distribution, digital rights management (DRM), multiplayer, and social networking platform developed by Valve Corporation. Steam provides the user with installation and automatic updating of games on multiple computers, and community features such as friends lists and groups, cloud saving, and in-game voice and chat functionality." (definition from wikipedia)

You can find a list of all the platforms for Ticket to Ride video game and the places where to purchase them on DoW Online

Hope this helps...

[Updated on: Fri, 06 March 2015 11:49]

      
Forum: Memoir '44 Online - Français
 Topic: [WOLF-44] 3ème Bataille Pita sauce bolonaise
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Re:[WOLF-44] 3ème Bataille Pita sauce bolonaise Fri, 06 March 2015 04:53
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Voilà le vieux loup expérimenté, provisoirement en tête du Général. L'an dernier, c'est son fils qui a triomphé, cette année, si c'est le père, la WOLF va devenir une affaire de famille



Je me demandais pourquoi Didji paru long dans la dent et avait les cheveux gris ! Il était déguisé en la BIG WOLF BAD ! Shocked


Comme un loup de la cub, je me tenais jamais une chance d'hériter de leadership de la meute de loups contre Voir la vétéran grisonnant, mais je vais continuer à pin et ses talons et de ceux qui continuent à courir au-devant de la wolf pack ! Smile


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Re:[WOLF-44] 3ème Bataille Pita sauce bolonaise Fri, 06 March 2015 07:14
Hello my dear Gonzalan,

I like to read you when you write in french, because you remind me of Churchill speaking in this langage.
You sounds like him.

The Old Lion used to create kind of french idioms, specially when he was upset, angry or passionned.

I note this one : "Didji paru long dans la dent" I think you wanted to say "Didji avait les dents longues", but I prefer your way to say it.
I will try to replace it as soon as possible.

I thing you smile too when you read French, speaking English. Perhaps you're laughing out loud, reading my English.

Anyway, thanks for your efforts to participate of the débats on the Online.

I'm very happy you join us for the WOLF.

Tchounista !!!

[Updated on: Fri, 06 March 2015 14:13]

      
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Re:[WOLF-44] 3ème Bataille Pita sauce bolonaise Fri, 06 March 2015 14:07
Laurent,

Yes, as stated before, the computer translation is not always the best and I again apologize and hopefully do not offend anyone with those "French Translations" and the beautiful French language. Smile

Yes, it would be considered "Broken French" as we say here in the U.S., "Broken English" of someone who doesn't speak English as their native tongue.

Basically, what I said was "I was wondering why Didji was long in the tooth and had gray hair, he was disguised as the BIG BAD WOLF!" This wolf cub had no chance against such a grizzled veteran and had no chance to assume leadership of the wolf pack. But I will continue to nip at the heels of those running at the front of the wolf pack."

The pleasure has been all mine Laurent and I thank you for allowing me to participant and run with the largest WOLF-PACK on the European continent!! Very Happy

And in my past, I served in the US Air Force, once stationed at Kunsan AFB, South Korea and the base was known as home of the WOLF PACK, so thought I might fit in and be able to run with the BIG DOGS as we say!!

Merci,

Gonzalan

[Updated on: Fri, 06 March 2015 14:08]

      
Forum: T2R Competitive Play - English
 Topic: New League USA Season 2 Division A
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Re:New League USA Season 2 Division A Fri, 06 March 2015 13:05
Rui - dea

Mar 14, 19:00 CET
      
 Topic: New League USA Season 2 Division B
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Re:New League USA Season 2 Division B Fri, 06 March 2015 13:36
GSV3 vs maunaloa

Sunday March 8, 14:00CET == 22:00JST

if other players can play with me
before and/or after the above match,
i am glad to play some more matches.
      
 Topic: Multi Europe Map Championship
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Re:Multi Europe Map Championship Fri, 06 March 2015 14:09
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Re:Multi Europe Map Championship Fri, 06 March 2015 15:54
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 Topic: New League USA Season 2 Division C1
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Re:New League USA Season 2 Division C1 Fri, 06 March 2015 16:09
335d,
Ameteir

I can play our match from friday evening (today) to monday evening. Let me know if you can.
      
Forum: Discussie - Nederlands
 Topic: M44 club OVL - oproep
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Re:M44 club OVL - oproep Fri, 06 March 2015 14:55

Zo, een stafwagen hebben we al. Nu enkel nog de supply rules aanpassen en we zijn vertrokken.

http://i1083.photobucket.com/albums/j383/DiederC/supply%20truck2_zpskd3twtgl.jpg
      
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Re:M44 club OVL - oproep Fri, 06 March 2015 17:31
Waar haal je toch al die inspiratie
      
Forum: Mémoire 44 - Français
 Topic: La Provda
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Re:La Provda Fri, 06 March 2015 06:44
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 Topic: Open de Paris des Jeux d'Histoire
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Re:Open de Paris des Jeux d'Histoire Fri, 06 March 2015 14:43
Percevan écrit le Tue, 03 March 2015 23:04

La Sympathique Société Ludique de la ville d'Angers m'envoie participer au premier Open de Paris.

Je ramène une personne supplémentaire... Nous serons donc 2 de plus pour le tournoi Overlord et la soirée du Samedi soir !

Tu es noté ci-dessus ?
      
 Topic: BT : Compil remixée de la Campagne de France
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Re:BT : Compil remixée de la Campagne de France Fri, 06 March 2015 01:22
Guy2Luz écrit le Thu, 05 March 2015 17:36

Bonjour,

Je remonte ce poste car j'ai ajouté un nouveau scénario BT France 1940 "Holving".
Je viens de lire les règles spéciales de ce scénario, et le point suivant me paraît obscur.

Si les règles de blitz ne s'appliquent qu'au joueur allemand (ce qui n'est pas précisé), et que les cartes Attaque/Sortie aérienne sont interdites aux Alliés, pourquoi indiquer que les alliés ne lancent qu'un seul dé par hex avec la carte Attaque aérienne ?


      
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Re:BT : Compil remixée de la Campagne de France Fri, 06 March 2015 07:22
Il y a un cas très rare mais possible pour le joueur Alliés de bénéficier d'une Attaque Aérienne (sans jouer la carte). Utiliser la carte Contre Attaque! D'où la précision d'un seul dé.


Je vais préciser ce soir la règle du blitz au profit du joueur Allemand

Merci pour ce retour
      
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Re:BT : Compil remixée de la Campagne de France Fri, 06 March 2015 11:19
Guy2Luz écrit le Fri, 06 March 2015 07:22

Il y a un cas très rare mais possible pour le joueur Alliés de bénéficier d'une Attaque Aérienne (sans jouer la carte). Utiliser la carte Contre Attaque! D'où la précision d'un seul dé.
Si l'action correspondant aux cartes Attaque/Sortie aérienne est interdite aux Alliés, je vois mal comment ils pourraient effectuer cette même action dans le cadre d'une Contre-attaque.

Pour moi, les Alliés qui jouent une Contre-Attaque après une Attaque aérienne de l'adversaire n'ont droit à aucune action.
De même qu'en cas de Contre-Attaque d'une Reconnaissance jouée comme Attaque aérienne, les Alliés jouent une Reconnaissance.
      
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Re:BT : Compil remixée de la Campagne de France Fri, 06 March 2015 15:37
Bonjour,

Je comprends ton point de vue. J'ai repris texto la règle que jdrommel utilise dans la plupart de ses scénarios France 1940.

Et il spécifie bien que le joueur doit défausser la carte Attaque Aérienne s'il l'a pioche pour en piocher une autre. La carte contre attaque possède les effets mais n'est pas la carte Attaque Aérienne (idem Reconnaissance avec la règle du Blitz) donc il doit pouvoir la jouer.

Enfin d'un point de vue historique l'armée de l'Air Française est souvent intervenue pour disputer la maitrise du ciel au Allemand et pour intercepter des attaques aériennes ennemies (avec parfois à 1 ou 2 paires contre plusieurs dizaines d'avions allemands). Par contre le soutien au sol était plutôt rare faute d'une coordination Terre Air efficace.
Mais dans des conditions d'extrême gravité (passage de pont/rivière)l'armée de l'air a lancé des attaques (parfois désespérée) contre des ponts comme à Mastricht, à Sedan ou bien contre des formations de blindés. Cf. Ouvrage Bataille dans le ciel de France Mai_juin 1940 Patrick Facon par ex.

Donc je préfère en l'état conserver l'idée qu'il n'est pas impossible de voir une attaque Aérienne bien que rare via la carte Contre Attaque pour le joueur Français.

Ludiquement

[Updated on: Fri, 06 March 2015 16:45]

      
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Re:BT : Compil remixée de la Campagne de France Fri, 06 March 2015 16:52
Guy2Luz écrit le Fri, 06 March 2015 15:37

Je comprends ton point de vue. J'ai repris texto la règle que jdrommel utilise dans la plupart de ses scénarios France 1940.
Sur la base du texte du scénario 12957 (La ferme d'Hermilly), jdrommel ne précise pas qu'une Attaque aérienne de l'Axe peut être contre-attaquée par les Alliés. Si les Alliés n'ont pas d'avions, il me semble évident qu'il ne peuvent jouer la carte Contre-attaque pour jouer une attaque aérienne ; de même que si la carte Tir de barrage est interdite à un joueur, il ne va pas trouver miraculeusement de l'artillerie dans le cadre d'une contre-attaque.

Puisque tu te réfères à jdrommel, le mieux serait de lui demander son avis sur ce point précis.

      
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Re:BT : Compil remixée de la Campagne de France Fri, 06 March 2015 17:58
Très bonne campagne en effet ! merci Guy2Luz.
      
 Topic: carnets de campagne
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carnets de campagne Fri, 06 March 2015 18:03
J'ai en ma possession mémoire 44 sans autre extension et j'aimerais savoir si ça vaut la peine de me procurer les carnets de campagne sans avoir d'autres extension? Merci
      
Forum: Memoir '44 - English
 Topic: Dday landings question
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Re:Dday landings question Fri, 06 March 2015 00:32
tank commander wrote on Wed, 04 March 2015 17:44

questioneer wrote on Wed, 04 March 2015 16:16

Just to clarify, "reinforcements" require a flag or an order to deploy on the map right??? I'm thinking possibly making a house rule where reinforcements don't need a flag or card order to place on the map...might favor the Allies a little more though especially in the beginning...or I might make that house just for the Germans, we'll see.


Ummm, no. You are way off base there.

I would suggest rereading the reinforcement rules in the D-Day Landings booklet and looking over the Reinforcement Chart that came in that expansion.




I read them, I don't understand them...that's why I asked for clarification. Rolling Eyes

Do reinforcements cost a flag (from the reinforcement roll-gain movement) or an order (movement) in order to deploy them on the map???

Example: I play Attack center (order 3 + 1 on the move) and I do a reinforcement roll- I roll a flag (on the move) and and infantry unit. Will the infantry unit cost me an "on the move" (in this case a flag or "on the move" from my attack card or an order from my attack card) in order to deploy or place it on the map???

[Updated on: Fri, 06 March 2015 00:33]

      
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Re:Dday landings question Fri, 06 March 2015 00:49
Reinforcements are not permitted to move on the turn when they enter, but they may battle (unless they're in a landing craft or are a type that can't move and battle).

"On the Move" is a rule introduced with the Breakthrough deck. It permits the player to order any unit in any section to move (but not battle or perform other actions). So each flag lets the player move one unit.
      
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Re:Dday landings question Fri, 06 March 2015 02:17
questioneer wrote on Thu, 05 March 2015 18:32

tank commander wrote on Wed, 04 March 2015 17:44

questioneer wrote on Wed, 04 March 2015 16:16

Just to clarify, "reinforcements" require a flag or an order to deploy on the map right??? I'm thinking possibly making a house rule where reinforcements don't need a flag or card order to place on the map...might favor the Allies a little more though especially in the beginning...or I might make that house just for the Germans, we'll see.


Ummm, no. You are way off base there.

I would suggest rereading the reinforcement rules in the D-Day Landings booklet and looking over the Reinforcement Chart that came in that expansion.




I read them, I don't understand them...that's why I asked for clarification. Rolling Eyes

Do reinforcements cost a flag (from the reinforcement roll-gain movement) or an order (movement) in order to deploy them on the map???

Example: I play Attack center (order 3 + 1 on the move) and I do a reinforcement roll- I roll a flag (on the move) and and infantry unit. Will the infantry unit cost me an "on the move" (in this case a flag or "on the move" from my attack card or an order from my attack card) in order to deploy or place it on the map???




To answer that question, no order is needed to place a reinforcement.

So in your example, you can use all four orders on units already on the board and still place your infantry reinforcement.

[Updated on: Fri, 06 March 2015 11:56]

      
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Re:Dday landings question Fri, 06 March 2015 12:06
questioneer wrote on Thu, 05 March 2015 18:32

tank commander wrote on Wed, 04 March 2015 17:44

questioneer wrote on Wed, 04 March 2015 16:16

Just to clarify, "reinforcements" require a flag or an order to deploy on the map right??? I'm thinking possibly making a house rule where reinforcements don't need a flag or card order to place on the map...might favor the Allies a little more though especially in the beginning...or I might make that house just for the Germans, we'll see.


Ummm, no. You are way off base there.

I would suggest rereading the reinforcement rules in the D-Day Landings booklet and looking over the Reinforcement Chart that came in that expansion.




I read them, I don't understand them...that's why I asked for clarification. Rolling Eyes


Sorry questioneer.

But often players ask questions after only one read through of the rules. Sometimes I have to go through them at least twice to make sure and the Air Rules I read several times.

I (along with my forum players) are always glad to help with any questions. In this case, I thought it best to refer you back to the rules instead of going making a lengthy post.
      
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Re:Dday landings question Fri, 06 March 2015 15:05
questioneer wrote on Thu, 05 March 2015 17:32

tank commander wrote on Wed, 04 March 2015 17:44

questioneer wrote on Wed, 04 March 2015 16:16

Just to clarify, "reinforcements" require a flag or an order to deploy on the map right??? I'm thinking possibly making a house rule where reinforcements don't need a flag or card order to place on the map...might favor the Allies a little more though especially in the beginning...or I might make that house just for the Germans, we'll see.


Ummm, no. You are way off base there.

I would suggest rereading the reinforcement rules in the D-Day Landings booklet and looking over the Reinforcement Chart that came in that expansion.




I read them, I don't understand them...that's why I asked for clarification. Rolling Eyes

Do reinforcements cost a flag (from the reinforcement roll-gain movement) or an order (movement) in order to deploy them on the map???

Example: I play Attack center (order 3 + 1 on the move) and I do a reinforcement roll- I roll a flag (on the move) and and infantry unit. Will the infantry unit cost me an "on the move" (in this case a flag or "on the move" from my attack card or an order from my attack card) in order to deploy or place it on the map???




Since there were mines on the beaches on D-Day, why not add minefields? I know part of the reason for the unbalance is that the Allies did win, and conventional wisdom is that you need twice as many troops to attack a force defending their positions and about ten times as many to combat firmly entrenched troops. (from a documentary on WWII and The Battle of the Bulge).
      
 Topic: Memoir 44 Dutch Open 2015: subscription now open
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Re:Memoir 44 Dutch Open 2015: subscription now open Fri, 06 March 2015 17:39
We tried to get a nice progression of rules in the tournament so we started out easily with standard units, just a few specialized units for the Germans and one objective medal. Remember for the score only the medals were counted, but you got a 0,7 point bonus for each objective you captured.

Overloon Forest
After the failure of Operation Market Garden the small corridor that led to Nijmegen was still a dangerous place. The German 107 panzer brigade even managed to break through. German troops still had a strong bridgehead on the west bank of the Meuse. Allied high command decided this had to be destroyed to break German resistance in the Netherlands and to open the way for the British, lead by Montgomery, to invade the Rhineland. The 7th American armoured Division was called in from the Elzas to do the job. Intelligence suspected unorganised German resistance. Venlo should be reached within 2 days.

On the 30th of September the attack on Overloon started, this is where the road to Venray was located, and after that to Venlo. Because of the Intelligence the Americans start the battle without any reconnaissance. The next days were very tough for the Allied forces. The Germans had dug in inside the forests and Panzers and Falschirmjäger carried out severe counterattacks. The Americans run aground in the mud and the heavy German fire . . . . . . Overloon is not taken within two days, let alone Venlo.

The stage is set, the battle lines are drawn, and you are in command. The rest is history.

Link to Overloon forest Scenario
      
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Re:Memoir 44 Dutch Open 2015: subscription now open Fri, 06 March 2015 17:43
The second scenario we stepped it up a notch and added: an 88mm anti tank gun (troop 23), SWA antit tank infantry (SWA5 - late war), an exit for the Americans and supported armor (troops 28).

Hattert Harassment
On the 5th of October the American general Hasbrouck tries a different approach. American troops taken an easterly route around the forest and are to approach and tare to capture Overloon from the other side. Again the Americans go into battle without any reconnaissance so the 88mm canons in castle Hattert remain unnoticed. Within a few minutes 10 tanks are ablaze and the battle is just as bloody as the one fought in the Overloon forest.

The 88's are not silenced until air support is called in. The attack has actually already stalled, but fierce fighting continues. The German troops, supported by Panzers, carry out severe counterattacks. The distance between the dug in troops is sometimes no more than a throw of a hand grenade. After three days of hard fighting the American troops are battered and broken. They are withdrawn from the front line to gather strength again . . . .


The stage is set, the battle lines are drawn, and you are in command. The rest is history.

link to Hattert Harassment
      
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Re:Memoir 44 Dutch Open 2015: subscription now open Fri, 06 March 2015 17:56
That concluded the first day of the tournament. 35 of the 46 persons present then went to a restaurant to get a bite to eat. After diner (and it was yummy! I loved the white chocolate mousse! Very Happy ) we set up four Overlords. We wanted to let more people enjoy and get to know this style of playing M44. These consisted of the two scenarios played earlier that day but with some twists in it to have more fun:

> Both teams got a poll of reserve units from which the Field Generals could choose one unit.
> Each round before the starting players started he threw a dice to determine the weather for that round (Axis and Allied turn): Clear weather, Mud, Rain, Storm or Fog.
> After the CiC had played two cards the teams rotated: CiC became LFG LFG became CFG CFG became RFG and the RFG became CiC.
> The scenarios are not played side by side, but there is a slight set-off (Hence we put a little red arrow on both scenarios. Wink )

Some players had never played Overlord before and if they did they had never played CiC before so much was learned that evening (and we also drank a little Wink )
On my table there we also created the opportunity to learn more about troop placement and wether to take ground or not.
I thank the opposing team (Crusader, barthjuh, sours blanche and Vanfamme37) for their patience and in assisting this learning experience by destroying troops that were not so well placed. Very Happy

I know the German team on another table was led by a CiC that distributed cards almost in his previous turn stating: I have a plan we do not need to wait my generals can start planning now.

Al this made for a very amusing and relaxing evening after which the players could go to bed and get some sleep for the following day.

[Updated on: Fri, 06 March 2015 17:59]

      
 Topic: French stand near Arras - Equipment expansion bonus scenario
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French stand near Arras - Equipment expansion bonus scenario Fri, 06 March 2015 18:06
I have really struggled to find any information on this battle. Does anyone know where I could find something? I like to use the correct model tanks for my battles. The French 3DLM had mostly H39's and S35's, but the 4 model units suggests Char B1's? I don't believe that they had any B1's, but I find it odd that the battered 3DLM tank units, which weren't given elite status when they were full strength at Gembloux, would get it for this battle when they were severely weakened.

Also, which British tanks arrived as reinforcemants? I am assuming MkVI lights, as the Germnas would hardly have been surprised by the appearance of Matildas on the 21st if they had already encountered them the previous day.

I'm hoping someone knows something about this engagement.
      
 Topic: Agordat
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Agordat Fri, 06 March 2015 18:09
I am thinking that this battle should be placed in the Mediterranean section along with the other East African battle, Gallabat & Metemma.