Irrational number line game announces historical scenario of Ohi Day

October 30, 2020 by Polar_Bear

Many have focused on the Spanish Civil War as the main conflict that occurred before World War II, but there was also the Greco-Italian War.Irrational number line game has been released Ohi DayA new scenario representing the battle that took place along the border, after asking Italy to occupy the desired land, was simply filled with a “no” response.

From the website:

In the early hours of the morning of October 28, 1940, Benito Mussolini, on behalf of the Fascist Party who overthrew the Italian government, offered a final notice to Greece to submit to their authority. The request included a long list of capitulations, including allowing the Axis forces to basically invade and occupy “strategic locations” that they felt appropriate. Summoning his inner Leonidas, Prime Minister Ioannis Metaxus’s apocrypha’s reaction to the ectenia of demands was simply “Οχι” … no.

The scenario is designed to represent a battle as a single-digit skirmish for QILS rules that use 25mm or 28mm numbers on a 1-inch basis: 1,000 men. You can use centimeters instead of inches to use 15mm numbers on a 3/4 inch base. And of course, instead of skirmish figures, you can also use 6mm or 3mm figures on a 1-inch base. The scenario captures top-level command challenges while creating a small board suitable for gaming in a more restricted environment. Free QILS skirmish rules. Guidelines for converting to other systems are provided.


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