Here is the table set up for tomorrow's game:
The villages of Kovyd and Vakczsyn are approximately 2km apart by road (you might say, socially distanced). They are overlooked by The Koronaberg, a large 'saddle' style mountain whose twin peaks are crowned by rock formations giving it its ancient name.
The curved road between the two villages has a junction with the road leading across the Koronaberg saddle... a vital strategic point in these parts.
Both Vaubarian and Astrovian forces have been ordered to secure this vital junction and The Koronaberg itself.
Vaubarian forces have arrived in the village of Vakczyn as follows:
- Dremel infantry battalion.
- Field Gun
- Muller Light Dragoons
Meanwhile, a similarly sized force of Astrovians is reported to have garrisoned the village of Kovyd to the north as follows:
- Frankl infantry battalion
- Field Gun
- Karavani Croats
Both armies have several other units operating in the region, and reinforcements will arrive randomly from turn three (apparently hastening to the sound of the guns)... each side has 2 further infantry battalions and 2 cavalry regiments in the vicinity. Where they will arrive, and at exactly which point on the table edge, will be determined via dice rolls.
The scene is set, and tomorrow the action will unfold...
As always looks very nice set up. I love the Charles Grant scenarios for games, this one is great for solo play with random arrival etc. Enjoy the dayReplyDelete
A great looking table Phil...ReplyDelete
I’m looking forward to seeing the game...
All the best. Aly
Very punny. 😄ReplyDelete
Looks like a fun game.
Enjoy the game Phil? Is one army commanded by General David Lynch perchance?ReplyDelete
Looking forward to this Phil.ReplyDelete
Looking forward to seeing the battle unfold .ReplyDelete
Neat scenario :)ReplyDelete