Gringogamer

An Advanced Wargame Noob

Playing a game in the Grand Operational Simulation Series requires quite some bookkeeping: Support Status, Fuel Status, AmP, ADV, Assets,… Not all the information can be tracked on the Army Record Tracks. The Vassal Module of Hurtgen: Hell’s Forest comes with a handy Supply Chart. Inspired by that I created a spreadsheet to help with all the note taking:

A first draft of a Supply Chart Spreadsheet.

It’s not perfect yet, but it does its job. I’ll upload a version of it to the GOSS Resources page. Feel free to use it.

P.S. I’d rather have a paper version of it while playing, but that will require some formatting. Apart from Corps bookkeeping counters, a Master Supply Sheet would be a useful addition in future releases of the game.

2 thoughts on “Logbook: 2020-03-01

  1. Björn says:

    Thank you, I really like what you are doing here with your articles on GOSS. I am in the same stage as you in the process of trying to learn and also believe in the learning through teaching method. Good work!

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    1. Gringogamer says:

      Thank you for feedback, Björn! I’m very happy to hear that you like the content!

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