In this series of articles about the Grand Operational Simulation Series we have covered so far the big game procedures (Ground Assault, Fire Support, Supplies, etc.). It’s time to look at the ‘smaller’ rules. We start today by introducing Engineers and their capabilities. We will see that they play thematically a very important role.
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It’s a crazy week. I’m currently stuck in a workshop with less time at hand than initially planned. The next posts will be coming but probably delayed by 1-2 days.
We are still dissecting and digesting the rules for the Grand Operational Simulation Series. But the hard part is almost done.
So you moved your guys in position, made sure they have fuel and ammo, you even sent a few artillery volleys over into the target hex, now what? It’s time to dig into the Ground Assault (GA) rules.
The rules for Ground Assault cover some eight pages. But, no panic! It’s really not that bad. There are a few concepts that are not necessarily found in other games. But that doesn’t mean the Ground Assault rules are complicated (Spoiler: They are not!). Let’s try to break the procedure down into bite-sized pieces.