WG161: "Chronic Resiliance; #10 Russian Variant"; Scenario Design by Bill Thomson; REV 0.1

August, 1943: Flush with the victory at Kursk, Russian Forces are reminded or the resiliance of the German forces.

VICTORY CONDITIONS: To win, the Russins must have at least ten squads (three of which must be 628s) remaining on the two board are a and have undisputed control of two of the stone buildinds on the village board. Ther Germans win by avoiding the Russian victory conditions..

BOARD LAYOUT: All board ID# are as shown.

 N |            |            3 |   
 O |            |              |   
 R +---------------------------+   
 T |            |              |  
 H | 4          |              |  

SCENARIO SEQUENCE: Seven full game turns; Germans setup first; Russian moves first.

SSR 1: The Russian 628s and/or 9-2 leader may use German PFs as captured weapons with a +2 to hit penalty. Other Russian units cannot use these weapons.
SSR 2: Any Russian 628 may use their DC (and captured DC, FT) with no penalty.
SSR 3: Any German vehicle with the exception of Trucks and unarmed halftracks may not enter until the Turn 5 reinforcements. Turn 5 vehicles may be purchased at half cost (FRU).
SSR 4: BID FORCE: If the German bid force includes a radio, OBA module selection is defined in the first rally phase must be: 4 missions of 80mm, 3 missions of 100mm, 2 missions of 120mm, or 1 mission of 150mm.