Category: CF Scenario Completed


Moroccan Knives – A Crossfire Scenario in the Spanish Civil War

Table Moroccan Knives

This scenario came about because Andrew Coleby wanted to try a Spanish Civil War for Crossfire, or more specifically my variant called Fuego Cruzado. We only get a couple of hours to play when Andrew comes over so the game had to be small. Aside from keeping the forces small I also thought I’d experiment with a small table and lots of terrain; like the 2 Foot City but in the countryside. So this game has small companies facing each other on a 4’x3′ table. The title, “Moroccan Knives”, is because the militia were generally terrified of the Moroccans and

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Ring of Iron – A Crossfire Scenario in the Spanish Civil War

Table Ring of Iron

A scenario for Fuego Cruzado – my variant of Crossfire for the Spanish Civil War – set in the Basque Country. The Nationalists are trying to penetrate the “Ring of Iron” around Bilbao.

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2-3 Companies a Side – A Generic Crossfire Scenario

Table 2 to 3 Companies

A generic Crossfire scenario for WW2 with three companies attacking two.

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Andalusian Motorcade – A Crossfire Scenario in the Spanish Civil War

Table Motorcade

A scenario for Fuego Cruzado – my variant of Crossfire for the Spanish Civil War – as the Nationalists drive north through Andalusia towards the distant Madrid.

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92nd Naval in Stalingrad – A Crossfire Scenario

Table 92nd Naval

A Crossfire scenario featuring the Soviet 92nd Naval Infantry Brigade as they enter the fray in Stalingrad. See also my Battle Report.

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Astrang Crossings – A Crossfire Scenario

Table Astrang Crossings

This Crossfire scenario simulates the attempt by surrounded Germans to break through the British 5th Seaforths at the Astrang Crossings on 29 Mar 1945. See also the Battle Report provided by Dick Bryant.

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3rd Battle of Kharkov – A Crossfire Scenario

Table Kharkov 3

A Crossfire scenario set during the last major German victory of WW2 – the 3rd battle of Kharkov 11-14 March 1943. See also my Battle Report.

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SU-152s Up Close and Personal – A Crossfire Scenario in Tarnopol

Table for SU-152s Up Close and Personal

This Crossfire scenario features Russian SU-152 Self Propelled Guns clearing the streets of Tarnopol. It can part of the 3 Round Tarnopol Crossfire Campaign but can also be played in isolation. See also the Battle Report.

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Russian Recce – A Crossfire Scenario in Tarnopol

Table Tarnopol 1944_03_25

This Crossfire scenario is a Russian reconnaissance probe towards German held Tarnopol. It can be played as part of the 3 Round Tarnopol Crossfire Campaign but can also be played in isolation. See also the Battle Report.

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Push to the City – A Crossfire Scenario in Tarnopol

Table Push to the City Scenario

This Crossfire scenario represents the pivotal Russian assault that broke the men of the German 949th Grenadier Regiment at Tarnopol on 28 Mar 1944, and the counter-attacks that followed. It is part of the 3 Round Tarnopol Crossfire Campaign but can also be played in isolation.

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Battle Group Friebe – A Crossfire Scenario in Tarnopol

Table Tarnopol 1944_04_14

This Crossfire scenario features Panzerverband Friebe’s attempt to break through to Tarnopol. It is part of the 3 Round Tarnopol Crossfire Campaign but can also be played in isolation. See also the Battle Report.

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Russian Scouts – A Crossfire Scenario

Table Russian Scouts Scenario

A generic Crossfire scenario for WW2 with Russian scouts probing a German position. It is really an excuse to field my Russian Scout company and my new Russian farm buildings.

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Armour Fest – A Crossfire Scenario with lots of Tanks

Table Armour Fest

Rich Wilcox and I were talking about whether a tank heavy scenario would work in Crossfire, so we decided to give it a go. The scenario is loosely based on Kursk, but only because I have a fair amount of Eastern Front kit for 1943, and we wanted to use all of it (or at least, most of it). See also my Battle Report.

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2 Foot City – A Crossfire Scenario

Table 2 Foot City

It occurred to John Mclennan and I that you could pack a lot of buildings onto a 2′ x 2′ table so we set one up to have a look. We liked the end result so much we invented a Crossfire scenario for WW2 and played a game. This is the scenario, but there is also a battle report.

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Volkhov Bridgehead – A Crossfire Scenario featuring the Blue Division

Table Volkhov

A Crossfire scenario with II/269 battalion of the Spanish Blue Division attempting to establish a bridgehead across the Volkhov River and hold it against Soviet counter-attacks. See also my Battle Report.

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