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D-Day in Northeast Ohio

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    Posted: 18 May 2009 at 7:41pm
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June 6th, 1944. The largest invasion force in history closes in on the continent of Europe. Both the Allies and the Axis have poured untold numbers of men and materiel into the preparations for this day. Fortress Europe bristles with defenses, while the Allies hope to gain a toehold with sheer numbers and determination alone.

Allied and Axis generals will have complete strategic control over where their troops strike on the battlefield. Beginning with the invasion of the beaches, the Allies will be tasked with pushing their advance further inland throughout the day, gaining increasing point bonuses for linking up their territories. The Axis will try to prevent this from happening at all costs. The battlefield will be sectioned off into predetermined locations. Each of these locations will grant the team holding it a special ability. The Axis will begin the day with a huge advantage over the Allies, controlling all 7 territories, their points and their abilities. However, they will have little opportunity to make up lost points, should they begin to falter. The Allies will need to establish momentum fast and keep it up throughout the day in order to gain victory. Every territory gained and held is another nail in the coffin for the Axis powers as their initial point advantage begins to slip away.

In addition to the fight for control of the territories, Command will issue special objectives twice an hour to the generals of each side. Completing these objectives will result in a point bonus for the Allies, or the ability to counterattack a lost territory for the Axis. Regardless of whose side you're on, these seemingly insignificant tasks may result in the victory or defeat of an entire army.

Field is located in Northeast Ohio.

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Pre-Registration $25.00. Pay at the field $35.00.

Edited by 1st Strike Scenarios - 18 May 2009 at 9:13pm
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This is an awesome field. Anyone that has the chance to play here should do so.
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