Corinth Corinth

[WOLF-44] Lot of fun in Senegal ! - May 01, 2017

UK-France-Senegal vs Germany
Mediterranean Theater By: **player1294850 - Last update: 04/20/2017
Axis Player: Allied Player:
x6 x8 x6 x8
first You play first    

It was at a time when the Afrika Korps were still doing well. In fact she dared to take everything. For example, pushing in West Africa and holding a position in Dakar. But, in order to do that the Ouatumoacétaré (1) fortification had to be broken. A steep sided town difficult to approach, but only defended by Britons with ancient tanks and a few remnants of the French army, flanked by one Senegalese Colonial infantry division. Nothing insurmountable for the young, tall, blond and blue-eyed Krauts proudly wearing their sable colored shorts. Liebenichtschwartz (2), the General commander of the German forces for this operation was overheard saying : « Tonight, I’ll eat from the helmet of one of those savages « . Opposing him was the Colonel de La Fourme d’Ambert (3) and his second in command, the Major Leopold Tétoufroissé (4), one of the first black Officers in the French army. Did the Fridolins have sufficient heavy forces to take the town ? In response the Allies would compensate with terrain knowledge and urban guerilla warfare, and it remained to be seen in which side's helmets dinner would be served tonight…
(1) Ouatumoacétaré means ‘’Do you see those cretins ?’’, in the language of Dakar residents having learned French grammar in Saint-Etienne (France).
(2) Liebenichtschwartz, German word meaning ‘’I don’t like the blacks’’
(3) Fourme d’Ambert is a French blue cheese produced in Auvergne.
(4) Tétoufroissé, means literally ‘’you are all creased up’’.
Scenario by Albanrey. Translation Grougnaffe and Deepnet.

Conditions of Victory:
8 medals
6 command cards
Axis play first
All objective medals are temporary for both sides.

Special Rules:
North African desert rules active.
Blitz inactive. Ignore any reference to this when right clicking the map background.
The Senegalese colonial infantry is represented by the British units with resistance badges. Each has 3 figures with resistance capacity, but on top of that, the units can use the British phlegm rule (Stiff Upper Lip, single figure counter attack).
Axis infantry troops with a German badge are elite troops.
Allies lay the mines.

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.

Set-up Order