Try and remember this scenario was set up to show off the new stuff and some things were changed from my original scenario.
The time limit is longer than I would have liked but some extra time for the two commanders to organise themselves was done so that no one was rushed and to allow for planning.
The map was shaved down from the north edge, there was a low ground area and lake. Both are gone for this scenario.
About 400m was removed in the north.
The Western edge was shaved about 300m and the eastern edge lost about 250m.
The areas removed were fairly clear of woods but had gullies running north south with some west east branches.
The reasons for this was that there was some concern that with the forces involved it would be tough on older machines frame rates.
The river was more a dry river bed with muddy areas and water sections, it was filled with water for the scenario.
This should draw Scotts forces toward the middle and southern areas of the map before he drives toward the main town.
Also the objectives are preserve, so shelling them to death costs points.
American forces also don't swim, unlike the Russian vehicles which swim over the river.
American forces will need to cross somewhere to the south of Kricheck.
So the Power Station will play a bigger role as the scenario continues.
Don't count Bil out by a long shot, he knows tactics and will make Scott pay for every inch he takes in the counter attack.
Scott has taken a lot of hits and the modern battlefield as portrayed by Black Sea is a very nasty place.
On the other hand Scott has the reinforcments he needs to push Bil back.
Digging the Russian forces out of their positions will be a lot harder than digging the Ukrainian forces out.
There is a lot more to see before the end of this battle.