The Transatlantic Escalation is a scenario based tournament I'm running. Players play nation specific decks, with either the EU or the US as playable factions. All important infos can be seen below.Date:
Saturday 9th of June - Your local starting time can be seen under "Events" here: Click me!Map:
A Bridge Too FarMode:
4v4, 6000 Points, 60 MinutesDecks:
US players are allowed to fight with a full US deck (Please note that the KPz 70 is a German unit and therefore mustn't be used by US players).
EU players have to play nation specific decks. That means that each player will either play as BRD, FR or UK. In case of a 4v4 the French army has to be played by 2 people. Please note that the Marder Roland 2 is a German unit and therefore may not be used by the French players.
All EU players may not
include the FOB in their deck.Registration:
Just leave a post stating as which faction and nation you'd like to play. Players who were registered for the last battle but didn't get a place will get priority seating.Teamspeak (obligatory):
Last part here: viewtopic.php?f=11&t=9927
9th of May: The United states had to take many losses. The European borders are still in tight hold of the EU. The President is in an urgent need of a first major win. His propaganda machine keeps his own people motivated for this war, but the question is how long it will last if that many US soldiers have to die. The Marine still didn't manage to reach the European western coast.
10th of May: The US prepare for another major attack. The still badly coordinated European armies didn't manage to set up defensive positions on all of the borders. The United States armed forces get ready for a fatal punch on Greece and the countries right behind it. This Blitzkrieg like strategy aims to take Greece, Romania and Bulgaria within one day.
12th of May: The big attack. And it worked. US troops managed to take Greece, Romania and Bulgaria and are now advancing into Hungary. The first clashes with troops of the Eurocorps are expected to happen soon.Hungarian Plains