Shoot and Scoot Episode 51 – The one where we are all Hungary

Duncan, Eddie and Lee return with another episode of Shoot and Scoot, the Flames of War and Team Yankee (plus whatever catches our interest) podcast to talk about what they have been up to in “Faces, Bases, Something and Something”, look at LW Hungarians and answer your questions in “An Officer Answers”.

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Timestamps

Faces Bases Something Something

00:01:40 – We talk about what we have been painting since the last episode.

Hungarian LW Book and Card Review

00:29:50 – We talk about the Hungarian section of the new Bagration Axis Allies book.  

An Officer Answers

01:52:00 – Battleraizer asks “How viable is a horse-only army?”

01:55:10 – Nathan asks “With BattleFront changing the points of Luchs in the West German TY book, do you think they will be amending more points in the future and is this a good thing. Would you like to see a GW style yearly points review?”

01:59:30 – Geesi Aitchqueue asks “Who am I?”

02:01:30 – Martin asks “With the appearance of Romanian and Hungarian Cavalry entries in the book did BF miss an opportunity to more fully include Cossacks in Soviet Bagration rather than just as add on Command Cards?”

02:05:00 – William asks “Would you like to see, and do you think Battlefront will do, other minor fronts taking place during WWIII ‘85? Turks and Greeks on the Southern front versus USSR/Romania/Bulgaria, Norway, China/Taiwan or the Korean Peninsula?”

02:07:30 – Regan asks “How would you fit the new Panzerfaust horse into a German list? Could I make it work with my Grenadier company that I appear to have built by accident, and what do you think would be a good list core for PanzerHorse”

02:10:00 – Bill asks “Didn’t we just do this, where’s that podcast? I want to speak to the manager! Will the Hungarians get 3 panthers in every list, too, like the Soviets?”

02:11:25 – Leigh asks “Will there be any command cards to use the SS cavalry divisions that fought in the siege of Budapest along side their RHA allies?

02:15:50 – David asks “As a long standing Hungarian player I am used to being the coolest guy in the room. Do you think these lists will attract more players to the Hungarians cause? I note they will still be quite an expensive army to play if using certain Hungarian tanks.
Also we need Hungarian paras”

02:18:30 – Vick asks “What colours will you paint your horses?”

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Vick was keen to give his suggestion

02:19:40 – Darren asks “This is not a minor (Axis) question. For many of us, it has been a long time since we have played, and for others of us who are new to the hobby, we haven’t played much. You have spoken before about the importance of knowing your force, what it does and how it does it, as well as the importance of READING the rule book. What about the various missions? Could you pick a mission, and break down the essential elements within that mission, for both attackers and defenders, to include, but not limited to, deployment and victory conditions? Perhaps you could work through the new Extended Battle Plans matrix to cover each of the missions, one per podcast?”

Events

02:22:30 – We talk about how Eddie and Duncan are preparing for Warfare as we wait for more events to appear.

Shoot and Scoot (and Hidden Track)

02:29:15 –  Its time to Shoot and Scoot as we use another Dice of War dice to finish the show.

How BAORing


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Article by: Lee

Wargaming since Rogue Trader in 1990; I made the move to Flames in 2006 and have been with it ever since! I play at the Brighton Warlords most weeks.