Well, it went all well apart from the end (a German stereotype, one might think), when I learned the strength of the firepower in CoC and the illusive security of the trench. Maybe also something worth revising, but that might just my first impression, I have to get the rules into my head first.
More about this encounter you might find on (http://pioneerpainting.blogspot.co.uk/2015/02/cocking-up-and-28mm-barbed-wire-fences.html).
Another thing we need to revise (in the future) or should aim at is to get more troops on the table!
The next things are some Junior and Senior Leader (miniatures from Great War Miniatures) I finished and introducing "Lotti" the German Tank A7V in front of an Pre-war model of the (Etrich-) Rumpler Taube, who was also the 1st bomber in history, 1910 over Ain Zara in Libya.
|Gefreiter Egon and Leutnant Wilhelm|
|Egon and Wilhelm chasing a female ...|
|the malteser cross enlarged out of convenience|
|Lotti's best side|
|The balsa model of the "Etrich" taube|
|My men trying and dying to reach the safety of the trench|
|the shellshocked remnants cowering in the dirt|