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At Any Cost: Metz 1870: An After-Action-Report – Part II – French Forces

At Any Cost: Metz 1870: An After-Action-Report – Part II – French Forces

Other April 21, 2019 0

By Josef Tham  Part II At midday, the first units from Voigts-Rhetz’s X Corps (green) will show up from the south, with one infantry brigade and divisional artillery from Schwartzkoppen’s division plus a cavalry

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At Any Cost: Metz 1870: An After-Action-Report – Part III – Early Morning Action

At Any Cost: Metz 1870: An After-Action-Report – Part III – Early Morning Action

Other April 20, 2019 0

Part III By Josef Tham Situation At Set-Up As can be seen, the only Prussian formation starting on the map is Rheinbaben’s 5th Cavalry Division, although Wilhelm’s 6th Cavalry Division and most of Alvensleben’s

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At Any Cost: Metz 1870: An After-Action-Report – Part IV – The French Close In

At Any Cost: Metz 1870: An After-Action-Report – Part IV – The French Close In

Other April 19, 2019 0

Part IV By Josef Tham Yet again the Bazaine’s Malaise chit was drawn early (put on Frossard’s battered corps to keep him from rallying or assaulting Flavigny again), yet again the activation chit for

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At Any Cost: An After-Action-Report – Part V – Heavy Action in the Center

At Any Cost: An After-Action-Report – Part V – Heavy Action in the Center

Other April 18, 2019 0

Part V By Josef Tham The Prussian Aggressive Tactics chit appeared late this turn as well, to no effect against a loaded Prussian Aggressiveness track. DuBarail’s 1st Reserve Cavalry Division (light green) began moving

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At Any Cost: An After-Action-Report – Part VI – Evening Action

At Any Cost: An After-Action-Report – Part VI – Evening Action

Other April 17, 2019 0

Part VI By Josef Tham Ladmirault (green) had continued to march his IV Corps toward the sound of the guns, now actually reaching the Fond de la Cuve ravine, but Lorencez’s division (green) dawdled

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At Any Cost: An After-Action-Report – Part VII – Verdun Road

At Any Cost: An After-Action-Report – Part VII – Verdun Road

Other April 16, 2019 0

Part VII By Josef Tham Verdun Road Forton’s 3rd Reserve Cavalry Division (light blue), two cavalry units at cadre-strength and a battleworn horse artillery unit, raced south but wouldn’t reach the action before the

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At Any Cost: An After-Action-Report – Part VIII – Blame the Guard!

At Any Cost: An After-Action-Report – Part VIII – Blame the Guard!

Other April 15, 2019 0

Part VIII By Josef Tham Verdun Road – Blame The Guard! Neither Forton’s 3rd nor Wilhelm’s 6th Cav could reach the road in the dark. The OOC Prussian Guard horse artillery promptly withdrew off

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GMT Monthly Update

GMT Monthly Update

Other March 27, 2019 0

By the GMT Staff:   Hi everyone! We’ve shipped twenty (!) different games or expansions since December 3, so hopefully you all have a few new or improved GMT games to occupy your gaming tables recently.

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October 18 Update from GMT: SALE, New P500s, Production Update

October 18 Update from GMT: SALE, New P500s, Production Update

Other October 19, 2018 0

By Gene Billingsley: Hi everyone! First off, if you’re seeing this update in one column, don’t worry! We’ve been listening to feedback from customers wanting a wider column and bigger text, so we’ve revamped

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Hexsides and Hand Grenades: “Crowbar!” An Interview with Designer Hermann Luttmann

Hexsides and Hand Grenades: “Crowbar!” An Interview with Designer Hermann Luttmann

Other August 16, 2018 0

August 11, 2018 ” Hermann Luttmann is a prolific game designer with credits that span many genres, complexities, and themes. His newest offering is Crowbar! published by Flying Pig Games, and its currently doing the rounds

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