|The Estonian centre. More photos below. All|
figures are 10mm Pendraken. Late WW1
British stand in for the Estonians (who were
I don't think the actual detail of the particular game is of any particular significance. Set in the Baltic, it was a simple Freikorps attack on an Estonian line with 7 companies per side. The Germans came forward mostly using 'evasive' moves and lost a couple of companies before time ran out and we had to pack up. The game could have been speeded up if the armies had been deployed closer at the beginning, but you live and learn. Overall, the game produced believable and 'realistic' results, and involved no mental pain to the players.
|The German left. Late WW1 Germans serve as Freikorps.|
|The German right.|
|Germans left, Estonians right.|
|The Germans threaten to outflank the Estonian right.|
|German cavalry encircles the Estonian left.|
These are great rules but they could and should be tidied up. Please.