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[WOLF-44] The Bing Bang Aïe Temple - February 01, 2017

China-USMC vs Japan
Pacific Theater By: **player1294850 - Last update: 01/20/2017
Axis Player: Allied Player:
x6 x8 x6 x8
first You play first    

In 41, Pappy Boyington was not the only one fooling around in China with the flying Tigers. The Marines were also present on the ground with some discreet military advisers. It takes that much to help the Chinese, a little bit battered by the Japs. And then… Pearl Harbor. After the raid, that was the end of the private militia for Beijing. Return to the fold and quickly at that ! It was around the Bing Bang Aïe Temple that the last unofficial clash with the cracked took place. On one side, General Sosoja (Soysauce) had the mission of eliminating the Yanks before they returned to the States, on the other side, Colonel Sofaraway was due to clear with haste the road to Shangai. Having to cover yanks exfiltration, the Shaolin monks from the surrounded monastery. Faced to white hot galoots, armed to the teeth and hard sniffing the Bushido, orange fluo dressed guys, practising Kung Fu of the Gray Crane, and assisted by a brigade of illegal immigrants who are fighting backwards. Did you say "baroque" ?
Scenario created by Didji. English translation by Grougnaffe and Deepnet.

Conditions of Victory:
8 medals
6 command cards
Axis plays first
The 3 fortress hexagons are temporary medals for both sides. Therefore the Allies start with 2 medals.
Each allied unit that leaves from the Exit hex on the road, counts for an objective medal.

Special Rules:
Gung ho is activated.
All the troops with the USMC badge are elite troops.
All the troops with the Chinese nationalist forces badge are the Shaolins monks from the Bing Bang Aïe Temple. They are ordinary troops.
Allies can close the caves.

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.

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