TOI Normandy Scenario: Pegasus Bridges

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TOI Normandy Scenario: Pegasus Bridges

Postby 50th » Wed May 13, 2015 5:49 pm

I have finished the scenario Pegasus Bridges. One of the things you have to do is print out the glider hexes and put them on cardboard for the British troops:

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The British have to take the Caen Canal and the Orne River bridges (not just one as in the move "The Longest Day". The gliders give one cover and block line of sight, but don't impede movement except that vehicles cannot move into the hexes. Here is the end of one of my play test sessions:

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Re: TOI Normandy Scenario: Pegasus Bridges

Postby Whiterook » Tue Jun 23, 2015 5:30 pm

I like the gliders....sweet! Where do you get the images to print?
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Re: TOI Normandy Scenario: Pegasus Bridges

Postby 50th » Tue Jun 23, 2015 5:55 pm

Whiterook wrote:I like the gliders....sweet! Where do you get the images to print?


They were on the user page of someone from Memoir 44, and I "borrowed" them and print them off on sticker paper, which I stuck on top of discarded cardboard from other games.

The gliders are available here:
http://cdn.daysofwonder.com/uploads/userpages/272628/_4496.pdf
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