I remembered to use my fire markers this time to make some shots more interesting.
Here's a look at the table Jeff and Dan played on. Dan's bomber passes over with a fighter escort.
Todd and I squared off for another game. Against my better judgement, I went light on the buildings today.
Our table from the other end.
Todd's Americans receive a heavy shelling while moving through the bocage. One of my infantry units tries to sneak up on the Sherman.
German amor and mortar team taking cover in the woods.
U.S. infantry and a mortar team wait for tank support...
...While German infantry moves around their own minefield and into a defensive position.
Only a few miles way (Ok, actually a few feet on another table) Jeff's Sherman 76 takes up position in a farmstead.
Both Dan's Panzers and Jeff's Ronsons :) getting cozy in the woods.
My Tiger scores a direct hit on Todd's M4, sending it up in flames.
My squad of infantry finally assault another one of Todd's Shermans, just to destroy themselves in the process.
Behmoth's pound on each other on Dan and Jeff's table.
Jeff's mortar team is down, but not out!
(Well, they are Out of Action. Which is technically "out" I suppose. You know what I mean.)
The games were a good time as always. I would like to thank Todd especially. It simply wasn't his night for gaming, but he was still a very good sport about it!
Winners this week were Dan and myself.