Buck and I each ran two LSNC games and two GASLIGHT games, and Dave Wood ran three additional LSNC games. The two LSNC games I ran were a WWII 1941 Russian Front Scenario, and a ACW First Day of Gettysburg Scenario.
My WWII scenario I ran on Saturday morning. It featured a German attack on a small Russian village near a river, with the infantry using rafts to cross the river, while the panzers crossed the same river over a single small bridge. The Russians are under strength to begin the game, but receive reinforcements as the game progresses. The figures used were 10mm.
|German troops raft across the river, and assault the hills on the far side.|
|Russian infantry attack a German tank platoon that enters a woods unsupported.|
|A player does a range measurement as another moves his forces.|
|A bottleneck develops as the panzer grenadiers end up taking several activations to cross the single bridge.|
|Meanwhile, Russian motorized reinforcements are heading into town.|
The game ended in a Russian victory, as an unfortunate series of activation sequences kept the Germans from quickly getting the bulk of their forces over the river. The players picked up the rules quick;y and seemed to have a good time.
Saturday night I ran my First Day of Gettysburg scenario. This game begins with the battle as it was around 2:00 PM on the fist day. The figures used were 10mm
|The table as it was at the beginning of the game. Looking from the north, southward towards Gettysburg.|
|Union officers around the Lutheran Seminary.|
|Two of the Confederate players prepare to activate their troops.|
|A view towards Oak Ridge .|
|Fighting around Rock Creek.|