Few weeks ago, Andrew, the members of the Wargaming in Scotland group on Facebook, asked if someone would be able to show him Battlegroup rules. I answered him as the first and last Thursday we had our game. I was thinking which book to use, Kursk, Fall of the Reich or Blitzkrieg. I decided to use the last one, which would be the great possibility to use some of my new models. Therefore we had Polish campaign of 1939 and fight for fictitious village with hard to pronounce name of Grzmiszczosławice.Kilka tygodni temu, Andrew, członek facebookowej grupy Wargaming in Scotland, zapytał się czy ktoś nie pokazałby mu zasad Battlegroup. Odpowiedziałem jako pierwszy i w ten sposób w zeszły czwartek odbyła się nasza gra. Zastanawiałem się jakiej książki użyć, Kurska, Fall of the Reich czy Blitzkrieg. Zdecydowałem się na tą ostatnią, była to więc możliwość użycia kilku z moich nowych modeli. Dlatego też mieliśmy grę z okresu Kampanii w Polsce w 1939 roku i walkę o fikcyjną wioskę o bardzo trudnej do wymówienia nazwie G
Finally.....Its been a long time coming and involved a fair amount of effort, but today I'm pleased to post up a French Armoured Division Battlegroup List:French Armoured Division BattlegroupMany, many thanks to Paul Cziganj and Jerome Bons without whom this list would either not exist or if it did, it would be seriously wrong! It seems even the French find French Army TO&Es a little confusing!I'd appreciate any feedback including errors etc. Any mistakes in the list are purely mine, not Jerome or Paul's.You'll note that there is a new French specific Special Rule re: Rifle Grenades as part of the list. I am trying to show the heavy, doctrinal use of rifle grenades by the French Army. Any better ideas for dealing with this would be appreciated.So in the next month or so, I hope to add 2 more French lists (which will be much easier now this list is done) and I'll work on the French Vehicle Data and Weapons information.It's been a fairly bad year hobby-wise as we planned to be moving
Hi Guys, Another short post this time around. I wanted to ask everyone out there a small favor. I have the BG Cold War American list for Twilight: 2000., and I wanted comments on it. It's not ready for play just yet IMO, heck, I don't even have some Soviets to pit against it! But, it's 90-95% done IMO, and I need some supplemental rules to go with it. That said, I'd also like comments on that, as I do believe one will need chits for Twilight: 2000, to get the special milleu down. Heck, I think "Endkampf" from Fall of the Reich would work very well here.Just so we're all on the same page! So, I wanted to ask the following questions?Does this fit the milleu?Is this doable in Battleground?What other changes to Battleground do you think need to be made?I look forward to hearing from you all. Here is the link to the draft list. Please make all comments care of the website email at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks in advance.
Just a very quick note to let you know the West German Panzer Division list has been updated. The links at the top and side of the page have both been updated. Mostly simple changes and corrections based on feedback. Most dramatically Leopard 2 units are no longer veterans and are now a little cheaper points-wise.ThanksRichard
So finally I'm able to publish the last Polish list - the 6th Pomeranian Airborne Brigade. This is another useful list if you want to game out the Battle for Denmark.So here is the listPolish Airborne Brigade BattlegroupStill had no real feedback on these lists - so if you're interested in the Poles and you've had a look at the lists, please point out any errors or areas where we've missed something out.As I said this will be the last list for the Poles - now we'll be moving to some French lists for a change.ThanksRichard
So today I'm posting up the third of the four Polish Lists that we have planned. This list can be used to create a force from the 7th Luzycka Naval Landing Brigade - a very useful list if like me you'd like to play out a Battle for Denmark Campaign.So here is the listPolish Naval Landing Brigade BattlegroupWe haven't really had any feedback on the Polish lists so far, so please have a look at them and let me know what you think.ThanksRichard
Hey all, sorry I have not written in a while, and this isn't going to be yet another review piece. Right now, I want to talk about converting rules to the Twilight: 2000 milleu and well, how difficult it can be sometimes, especially when you're writing a unofficial supplement to an unofficial supplement!So, Battlegroup Cold War is the product of Richard Chambers, the fellow who runs the Cold War Hot, Hot, Hot blog. He's basing his fan supplement off of the Battlegroup: World War II rules, written by Warick Kinrade and Piers Brand, which I am a huge fan of (some would say fanatical). I am also as we all know by this blog, a huge fan of things Twilight: 2000. So, like cookies and cream ice cream, I do want to combine the two, right?Well, it's not as easy as it sounds. For starters, a lot of the "units" in Twilight: 2000 are smaller cores of once proud divisions and brigades that have been shattered by unceasing combat, as well as the breakdown of the logistics network. They're often a collection of su
Sorry - I had to pull the list and sort out a couple of small errors. That is all now fixedSo here is the next Polish list - their Armoured Division list. Not really that much different to the Motorised Rifle list - but now with T-72s!Here it is:Polish Armoured Division BattlegroupAs always - please let me know what you think - good or bad...ThanksRichard
Well this has been some time in coming, but I'm very pleased to be posting up today the newest list for my unofficial Battlegroup: Cold War. This time around it's the first Polish list - focussed on the Polish Motorised Rilfe Divisions of the Pomeranian Military District - the ones that would be primarily involved in heading towards Denmark (with the 15. MRD being assigned the role of the main force to come ashore on Zeeland as the follow-on force to Soviet and Polish Naval Infantry.Anyway - here it is:Polish Motorised Rifle Division Battlegropup 1.1Once again the speed by which this list appeared and most of the heavy lifting is all down to Paul Cziganj whose immense help has meant you are getting this now, not 3 years from now when I could have gotten around to it by myself! So thanks Paul, once again.So please have a look for yourself. Download, let me know of any errors or omissions etc and I'll be happy to go back in a revise.Oh yes - I'll now also be adding the Belgian list to the side
Last week saw the first battle of what is looking like a brutal Day 3 in our BG Barbarossa campaign. The first engagement would be a Russian counterattack on the German force at Rozrazh - this was a blocking force to protect the rear of the Germa...
To: Commander 309th Motor Rifle Division From: Commander 381st Rifle Regiment OSTROG SECTOR SITUATION REPORT - 28 JUNE 1941 Comrade General, The Fascist invaders advanced strongly against Ostrog from the North throughout the day, but we are holding an...
Over the Christmas break Alan and I have been playing "The Last Line" campaign from the Battlegroup Barbarossa book. The campaign centres around the June 1941 Russian defence of the township of Ostrog and the critical river crossing sites in its vicini...
The following images were retrieved from an enemy Friseler Storch reconnaissance aircraft that crashed in the Ostrog Sector PM 27 June 1941. They are submitted for analysis by the Divisional Intelligence section.
Am vergangenen Wochenende fand im Tabletop Basement zum ersten Mal das "Battlegroup Bootcamp" statt. Ziel der Veranstaltung ist es, neue Spieler für das Battlegroup-Regelwerk zu begeistern und so nach und nach einen immer größeren Spielerkreis für dies...
Ra Ra Rasputin, lover of the russian queen ...Ach nee, das war glaube ich jemand anders.. ;-)Die Tabletop Gorillas haben zur "Operation Rasputin" gerufen - und wir von TB TV folgen natürlich.[embed]https://youtu.be/oB-8xJpAUlA[/embed]