Corinth Corinth

[WOLF-44] The dirty dozen - October 01, 2018

France - Belgium vs Germany
Western Front By: Albanrey - Last update: 09/20/2018
Axis Player: Allied Player:
x6 x8 x6 x8
    first You play first


Briefing:
In March ‘45, the exhausted Wehrmacht pulled away from the Battle of the Bulge, but she still nurtures the hope to reverse the situation. Succeed in developing a nuclear bomb that could be installed on a V2 and puff off a Hiroshima before the Yankees. A few German scientists are just on the verge of success, but it must not come to fruition. The secret lab located near Köln must be destroyed, along with the egghead scientists in it. A suicide mission behind enemy lines that must not fail? Everyone looks the other way, then, the Mistigri (refers to a game in which the player left with that card in his hand at the end of the game is the loser) ends with Lieutenant Colonel de la Termitière (Termite mound), a bright but unmanageable Frenchman who emulates Patton. As it doesn’t really settle well to explode Nazi scientists into thousands of pieces, so the officer was forced to recruit some former French-Belgian soldiers, all sentenced for life to sales by the military court of the clitorsaurs.
Their crime? Having played too many war games in their living rooms, whole evenings in battle dress, a stinking mess of disgusting gray, and slippers in the shape of Tiger tanks. They are freed from their jail at Zara. If they come back in one piece from their mission, they will reintegrate into the big M44 family and their sentence will be commuted to the chore of dishes in the evening before hopping online to the lobby to show off. Time for the martyrs to finish their hunting of little bra straps! Death, or redemption !
Scenario created by Albanrey. Translation by Grougnaffe and Deepnet.

Conditions of Victory:
8 medals
6 command cards for the two sides.
Allies play first.
Objective medals are permanent.

Special Rules:
Note: while Allies encircle the Germans, each side retreats, as usual, towards the map edge where their victory medals are located.
All German infantry units are elite troops.
The Franco-Belgian commando is represented by British troops with badges of French resistance or Finnish ski troops (for the 4 Belgians). All these units follow the British stiff-upper-lip rules.
The sniper, who happens to be Lieutenant Colonel de la Termitière, follows the British stiff-upper-lip rules too.

Warning:
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
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4
8
2
8
1
6
2