The Elite Chinese 200th Division had been sent into Toungoo to help stabilize the ruptured front lines in Burma. They set up a well organised defence of the ancient walled city. After capturing Rangoon the Japanese moved toward Toungoo and begun probing the Chinese defences from the South, North and West searching for a weakness. They did not find one and finally frustrated, the Japanese ordered a general attack from 3 sides. Their only success on the first day was by the 112th Regiment who managed to penetrate the Chinese defence in the Native quarter of the town. The Japanese were brutal in their assault, setting fire to any buildings suspected of housing Chinese troops, and showing no mercy. But the Chinese were tenacious in defence and inflicted very heavy casualties on the attackers. Only when the Native quarter was smoking ruins did the Chinese withdrawal to the English quarter where their street barricades finally halted the Japanese advance.
The stage is set, the battle lines are drawn, and you are in command. The rest is history.
Axis Player [Japan]: Take 6 Command Cards.
You move first.
Allied Player [China]: Take 4 Command Cards.
Conditions of Victory:
Hexes marked with a victory medals count as temporary victory medals for the Japanese player.
Imperial Japanese Army Command rules are in effect. (Nations 3)
The 3 Japanese Special forces Infantry units are Elite combat Engineers (Troops 4), they may also move 2 and still battle.
Air Rules are in effect. Japanese player starts with both Air Sortie cards.
All Chinese Infantry are Elite units. (Troops 2)
The Chinese player may claim the bunker as a defensive position. (Terrain 2)
Special Weapon Asset rules (SWAs 7) are in effect for the Chinese unit with a Machine Gun.
Camouflage rules are in effect for the Chinese unit marked with a Battle Star Token. (Actions 16)
Deluxe ASL Scenario A10 The Tiger of Toungoo
Please note that this scenario was not approved by Richard Borg or Days of Wonder, so you have to check yourself about playability, potential gaming issues, etc.