De Savage Posted July 22, 2011 Share Posted July 22, 2011 Looking for volunteers to play test and briefing grammar check. Simple, short scenario "Mouse trap". About 25 minutes. Small (few platoons) US airborne troops dropped to marshland near river Douve on D-Day. Germans are firing with machine guns and mortars. Get to dry land and secure river bank. Here's briefing: SITUATION 0250 June 6st, 1944. On river Douve, Normandy. This is it. D-Day. US 82nd and 101st Airborne division will be dropped behind Utah and Omaha beaches and will provide flank cover and secure vital bridges and towns. Because of low clouds and surprising heavy anti-air fire many transport planes missed their jump zone by miles. German had flooded part of the lowlands near river Douve. From the air this looked like "low marsland" but in reality it was 1-2 meters deep water. MISSION First priority is to survive. We have to get off from marshland. During the drop we saw enemy machinegun fire coming from near the forest. Better silence those machineguns before more men dies in these marshes. FRIENDLY FORCES Our forces are scattered. Most of the heavy weaponds (machine guns and mortars) was lost in the marsh. We have only light forces. Hopefully more forces will arrive later. ENEMY FORCES Little is known of the enemy. Probably we are near river Douve, so enemy is probably from 91st Luftlande Division. We have received machine gun and mortar fire. Prepare for everything. PLAN Move fast to dry land. Recon enemy positions and clear enemy strongpoints. If possible flank the enemy and stop them from retreating. NOTE Don't be surprised if some enemy decide to withdraw. They are too confused by the situation. You can download test scenario from here: http://elsavior.albaani.org/share/normandy/Mouse%20trap.btt 0 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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