Here are some pictures of my forces in the game as it progressed:
|A French Foreign Legion Infantry Squad advance on the enemy!|
|Fire Support being provided by the 62nd African Artillery Regiment. Note the spotter in the upper floor balcony. The gun provided very effective fire support for the infantry, taking out a Romanian Light Howitzer.|
|French Stuart and Medium MG advancing in the center of the French position.|
|A French Infantry squad passing a burning Romanian R-35 Light Tank, The Renault survived three turns of shots from Bazookas, Stuart main gun shots and even a close assault by the before mentioned infantry squad armed with anti-tank grenades!|
The game was pretty one-sided. The dice gods really favored me and I was able to destroy several units including an infantry squad, a tank and two guns. I was also able to get two of my squads off board or within a foot of his side of the board.
As a part of the campaign I was able to gather another useful terrain piece which will allow me to add 30 more points to my army in each game. Overall it was a very good result for the Allies.
Eric is new to Bolt Action and I haven't played in a while. But we muddled through the rules and we both learned things. For me, I think that I will need to have two different available army lists so I can play one as the attacker and the other as the defender. This game could have gone very badly if there were enemy units in slightly different positions or if the dice had gone just a little bit his way.