Category: Scenario Books

Scenarios inspired by generic wargaming scenarios. The most famous of which are those in the books by Charles Grant.

Grant, C. S. (1981). “Scenarios for Wargames”. Wargames Research Group.
Grant, C. S., and Asquith, S. A. (1996). “Scenarios for All Ages”. CSG Publications.


S140 Dominant Hill – A Tilly’s Very Bad Day Scenario

Table - S140 Dominant Hill - Tillys Very Bad Day

This Tilly’s Very Bad Day scenario is based on Scenario 40: Dominant Hill from “Scenarios for Wargamers” by Charles Grant. It is a small game on a small table with small armies (in numbers of units).

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S10 The Important Bridge – A Tilly’s Very Bad Day Scenario

Table - S10 The Important Bridge - Tillys Very Bad Day

This Tilly’s Very Bad Day scenario is based on Scenario 10: The Important Bridge from “Scenarios for all Ages” by Charles Grant and Stuart Asquith. It is a small game on a small table with small armies (in numbers of units).

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Tilly’s Very Bad Day Scenarios for All Ages

Table - S01 Attack on a Prepared Position - Tillys Very Bad Day - v5

I’m looking for more small scenarios for Tilly’s Very Bad Day so I wondered how the “Scenarios for all Ages” of Charles Grant and Stuart Asquith would transfer. Although “for all Ages” the design of the scenarios is obviously for Horse and Musket so I think that transferring to Pike & Shot should be easy. To test this theory out I look at one scenario: Scenario 1: Attack on a Prepared Position. As it happens the scenario only needs very small levels of tweaking to get it to work for Tilly’s Very Bad Day. What follows is a bit of

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Small Threat to the Flank – A Crossfire Battle Report

STTTF01 Table

Chris Harrod and I played my Small Threat to the Flank Scenario. A good game although the map needs a bit of work.

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Small Threat to the Flank – A Crossfire Scenario

Threat to the Flank Map 4x4 v6

This is the small version of Scenario 2: Threat to the Flanks from “Scenarios for all Ages” (Grant & Asquith, 1996) converted to Crossfire. It follows guidelines for Crossfire Scenarios for all Ages. It is a “small” game because there is only a company defending.

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Crossfire Scenarios for all Ages

Scenarios for All Ages Cover

I’m looking for more small Crossfire Scenarios so I wondered how the “Scenarios for all Ages” of Charles Grant and Stuart Asquith would transfer to Crossfire. The scenarios were “intended to provide a mixture of fun, excitement and challenge.” Sounds good to me and I could say the same for Crossfire, so it seems like a good match. However it does take a certain amount of tweaking to get the scenarios to work for Crossfire. And make them “small”. This post is about those tweaks.

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