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Iron Gut Heath
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Favorite Front? Favorite Scenario? Fri, 07 February 2014 00:48
So, if you were stuck on a desert island (with wi-fi, power supply, and a computer) and had the choice of one official scenario...

What is your favorite front?
What is your favorite official scenario of all time from any front?
Feel free to share why, if you want...

Front...I'm leaning toward Pacific...Gung Ho! and Banzai are just a little too fun Smile

Scenario...Dug in at Sidi Omar...there was just something about that first time with all those tanks in all that open sand that thrilled me Very Happy

That's my answer for this week... Razz
      
tank commander
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Re:Favorite Front? Favorite Scenario? Sat, 08 February 2014 15:15
East Front but as to the scenario:

Meat Grinder - Marine and Japanese rules, Combat Eng and flame tanks, plenty of arty and tanks and the caves Very Happy - how can you beat that?
      
sdnative
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Re:Favorite Front? Favorite Scenario? Sun, 09 February 2014 02:36
Pacific Front.
I have to agree with TC the Meat Grinder is an awesome scenario with everything you need.
      
Dietrich von Kleist
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Re:Favorite Front? Favorite Scenario? Sun, 09 February 2014 09:27
I like to play in an active attacking way, taking risks (often too much risks). "Distant shooting scenarios" can be so boring, I think. Bored

So I like playing the Japanese side (Banzaaaaiii). Just a pity these guys never make a "tactical retreat" when a flagpole is raised in front of them. Crying or Very Sad

Therefore The Meat Grinder is also my favourite

It even seems be a good one to get the Iron Gun, but not for me yet Crying or Very Sad
      
Quit2
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Re:Favorite Front? Favorite Scenario? Sun, 09 February 2014 09:27
Front: Pacific
Scenario: Operation Cobra/Red Barricades Factory
      
Nygaard
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Re:Favorite Front? Favorite Scenario? Sun, 09 February 2014 22:36
Favorite Front: Pacific
Favorite Scenarios: The Meat Grinder and Wake
Favorite Scenario on SFFT: Victory at Stalingrad - by Jokull
      
waltero
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Re:Favorite Front? Favorite Scenario? Tue, 02 June 2020 19:42
Battle of Warsaw.

This is just an awesome Scenario. It has it all. If you wish to gain a better understanding of the game and how to prepare a proper assault (Axis) this be the Scenario for you. I've played over 600 games on this map and I still love it. If you really want to better understand defensive (Allies) maneuvers this scenario is tops.


I'm not sure if there are many other scenario's that allow players to overcome opponents game cards and or dice while still achieving a Victory. It was said that this game is "30% skill and 70% luck, that certainly doesn't holds true on this game board...not while I'm playing at least, all Skill and daring, skill and daring Razz

Are you an expert within your favorite Scenario?
Is there a Scenario (if any) you go for when you are trying to gain skill points, or do you just go for the easy (Cadets) kill?



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