Sunday, December 2, 2012

SEEK OUT, CLOSE WITH, AND DESTROY SYRIA 2012 game

Having an itch to play some moderns a few of us pooled our collections to do a Modern Syria What If game where the US sends in forces to rescue beleaguered aid workers from a Syrian militia. For rules we used Iron Ivan Games, SEEK OUT CLOSE WITH AND DESTROY by Chalfant Conley.

Tony and I played the Syrians while Rob's US forces debuted on the table against them. Both groups moved to secure the aid workers through the rubble strewn streets.

Rob quickly discovered that a Bradley is not T55 proof and that using them as a battle taxi works a lot better. I learned that a LAW makes a mess of a guy when trapped inside a hovel.

In the end the game went 2hrs and ended with both sides only securing 1 aid worker each. Lots of fun with explosions, armor and good friends!

More to come,
Doc

3 comments:

  1. Great looking table. If you are in anything less than an Abrams then seeing a T-55 is a bad thing. A T-55 might be old, slow and obsolete but it will still ruin your day if it hits.

    ColKG

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