Operation MARS # 9: Hell's Fury I
Tank Battles #21
|(Defender) Germany||vs||Soviet Union (Attacker)|
|Germany||430th Infantry Regiment|
|Soviet Union||1st "Moscow Proletarian" Motorized Rifle Division|
|Soviet Union||20th Guards Rifle Division|
|Overall Rating, 0 votes|
|Scenario Rank: --- of 598|
|Parent Game||Tank Battles|
|Maps||2: 3, 6|
|Layout Dimensions||56 x 43 cm
22 x 17 in
|Kill Them All|
|Scenario Requirements & Playability|
|Eastern Front||maps + counters|
|Road to Berlin||counters|
On the morning of November the 30th, 1942, the Soviets faced a desperate situation. The 6th Tank and 2nd Guards Cavalry Corps were trapped behind enemy lines. An all out offensive was hurriedly launched to relieve them. The town of Nikonovo was the first position that had to be cleared.
The attack went nowhere, but the Soviets continued long past the point of any chance of success. The wastage of men and material would continue as long as the generals thought there was any hope.
Where Red Warriors is shown as a required supplement, Heroes of the Soviet Union will suffice in its place.
|AFV Rules Pertaining to this Scenario's Order of Battle|
|4 Errata Items|
The reduced direct fire value of the Heer HMG became 5-5 starting with Fall of France.
(plloyd1010 on 2015 Jul 31)
The Pz IVe appearing in the original Panzer Grenadier game had an Anti tank value of 4-7. As of Afrika Korps (2002), continuing onward through the 3rd and 4th edition games, the anti tank value has been 4-4.
(plloyd1010 on 2016 Jul 25)
The morale and combat modifiers of German Sergeant #1614 should be "0", not "8".
(Shad on 2010 Dec 15)
These units should have a Direct Fire rating of 2-3, just like the RKKA and NKVD counterparts.
(danradz on 2011 May 04)