We wish to announce our Autumn "Wargaming Weekend"
Andy has been running board wargaming weekends for the last 30? years, formally and formerly as part of the European Historical Board Wargaming Society; lately with what we regards as friends. Second Chance Games has a large enough customer base that we thought we would be able to organise a board wargaming weekend and open it up to our customer base. Our Autumn one is established yet we welcome new attendees. We are rooted in the board wargaming industry and this is one way we can give back to the community.
Product condition: used
A very good unpunched copy
St. Lo was the first game to cover this unique battle. Designed by Joe Balkoski, creator of Atlantic Wall and Sixth Fleet, St. Lo offers a challenging system for the simulation of WW2 battalion-level combat.
Unit morale is the crucial factor in this game. Morale fluctuates as units move, rest or attack. Should you pull this battalion out of the line to rest ? Or will one more push carry the position ?
Artillery plays a crucial role too. Good observation posts are essential for accurate fire. You will find yourself fighting many desperate actions for control of hilltop vantage points or church steeples.
The innovative movement system makes uncertainty another key element of St Lo. You never know who will move next. Even units that have already moved may move again the same turn. You will need to plan ahead, rest your troops and then spring your offensive.
Outstanding for solitaire play. The rulebook has extensive designers notes throughout and each chapter has numerous quotes from commanders at the battle for St. Lo.
Designed by a master craftsman this is an innovative, tense and accurate portrayal of WW2 battalion command - the way it really was.
18 July 1944 13:40 Hrs
Gen. Gerhardt: "Capt. Putenny, you sure did a masterful job and are going up for promotion; you'll keep that battalion. Where is Howie's body?"
22" x 34" paper map of St. Lo and surrounding areas.
400 multi-color back printed counters
Base postage cost: £4.00
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