WG258: "REBOUND"; Scenario Design by Pete Pollard; REV A

NOVEMBER, 1942: In the previous assault the Germans have nearly exhausted their reserves, however, the Soviet defenders were decimated from the onslaught. Unfortunately for the Germans, a newly formed Russian Army, held in reserve, now presses forward to retake the recently overrun positions. The Germans have not been able to fully consolidate their defenses and any available panzers are presently refueling or rearming when the attack started.

VICTORY CONDITIONS: The Russians must be the last to occupy 4 of the 5 stone buildings on board 3. AFV's, crews, snipers, and leaders do not count toward or against these victory conditions.

BOARD LAYOUT: All board ID# are on the lower left side as shown.

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Six full game turns; Germans setup first; Russians move first.


AT START: set up first, on boards 2 and 3, west of row U inclusive.


AT START: set up second, on boards 2 and 3, east of row X inclusive. PLC may start on the board or enter as part of the TURN 1 reinforcements.

Reinforcements (enter the east edge on turn 1): TURN 1 Enter from east edge:

SSR 1: The Stuka support is represented by two Stukas with 12FP MG and 150mm bomb. Prior to the first rally phase, the German player secretly selects if the both stukas arrive on turn 2,3,4, or 5. Stukas attack in either the owning player's PFPh or the DFPh of the following opponent' turn. Summary of Air sequence; Arrive in turn as designated by the owner player turn; initial placement; Mistaken air attack; MG attack, AA fire; bomb attack
SSR 2: Note that German PF, Pzck, and ATMs are not available in this time frame.
SSR 3: Substitute an 8-1 leader if PLCs are not in play.
SSR 4: BID FORCE: If a German bid force includes a radio, OBA module selection is secretly 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. This also applies for the Russian OBA support.