Meeples & Miniatures – Episode 112 – Battlegroup Overlord & Chain of Command

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Welcome to Episode 112 of the Meeples & Miniatures Podcast

On this show I am joined by co-hosts Mike Hobbs and Mike Whitaker.

Mike H and I review Battlegroup Overlord, and then Mike W and I talk about Chain of Command(again).

Finally, we all discuss some final thoughts about campaigns in World War II, and share our modelling projects for the genre..

We hope you enjoy the show.

9 Comments on Meeples & Miniatures – Episode 112 – Battlegroup Overlord & Chain of Command

  1. Regarding your regularly schedules slaggon of Bolt Actio, I’m really looking forward to them presenting a scenario for Pegasus bridge using a model longer than rifle range.

  2. Well you will be pleased to know we are gonna do some vehicle cards for the Battlegroup books to save your wrists from page turning! Probably playing card sized, one per vehicle.

    Just on the release schedule for Battlegroup, confirmed so far its Barbarossa, Blitzkreig and then Early North Africa.

    Cheers,
    Piers

  3. Great stuff guys. For CoC: re. adjusting platoon strength pre-game – is this adequately handled by the random force morale roll at the start? And the randomness of the support roll? Isn’t this enough grief to put on the platoon?
    But anyway, would be easy enough to just drop a figure or two from some teams.

  4. I don’t like the regular slag off of Bolt Action. Some of us like it.

  5. Mike-H is right about the reason why many people don’t wargame WWII. Far too many vehicle & weapon variants ..

    • Yet it’s still the most popular historical period in wargaming (both figure & board)!!!
      There’s enough of us who like all that detail;) – or who don’t, if you play strategic stuff.

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