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I responded by bringing on a Panzer IV and a Panther, who both moved and shot but missed of course. My Tiger rounded the bend battlgeroup put 2 rounds into the Sherman guarding the crossroads. I took a morale counter to unpin the Panther, leaving it free to fire next turn. Except this gave the M10 Wolverine the chance to slip around and get a side shot on the Panther — he spotted, hit and penetrated, so down went the Panther. The Sherman at the crossroads lined up 2 shots on the Tiger, and amazingly penetrated its front armour, leaving it a smoking wreck.

I was running out of options. The British now held the central farm in strength and had both their 17pdr armed tanks on the table.

I drew yet another morale chip, but perhaps things were looking up — it was an air strike. The Sherman which destroyed the Tiger drove past it to rain H. With little confidence on my turn and a low order roll I picked up the dice and rolled a 6 — an air strike in the form of a FW with bombs and a large one at that had arrived. The British MGs on overwatch tried to drive it off but were battleegroup and the large bomb scored a direct hit on the M10 Achilles, destroying it and pinning the units around it.


It was too little too late — with no orders left I conceded at that point. Your Tigers are like mine is of the paper variety! Mine just never live up to reputation………. Hi Michael, thanks very much. You are commenting using battlegrouup WordPress.

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Battlegroup Overlord: Beyond the Beaches

A miniatures gaming blog featuring reports and pictures from my latest games and the latest stuff off my painting table. This War without an Enemy. Tiger presses towards objective. British armour around central farm. Panther and Panzer IV take on British armour. First blood to the Sherman.

Second blood to the Sherman. Tiger guards the road.

M10 lines up flank shot on Panther. Tiger taken out by 75mm Sherman. Central farm held in strength. Firefly tries to finish off Panzer IV but misses. Achilles destroyed in air strike by FW This entry was posted in Battlegroup Overlord battlegrou, WW2.


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