Finished up Konarmiya. Was playing for an intended outcome, because I want to play Freikorps, Konarmiya’s sequel. Decided to focus on attacking from south, with forces in the northern portion of the map tying down Polish units around Minsk. Result was a marginal Soviet victory.
Freikorps assumes Warsaw has fallen, and the Soviets invade Germany. Well, Warsaw didn’t fall, but it is under siege, and that’s a good enough place to start.
The rationale for continuing play is a situation so dire the victorious Entente Powers will ask for German help in stopping the Godless Red Hordes, and the Soviets have enough troops and material to mount an invasion while besieging Warsaw. Why Not?
Basic rules are the same for both games, with slightly different chrome.
I have to pay more attention to the reinforcement rules. I allowed Polish National Army brigades to arrive next to a headquarters. Wrong, only Polish Legion units can do that. The former must arrive in cities/towns. This helped the Poles recover from continuous Soviet attacks.
Also messed up the retreat rules. Had periodic lapses where retreating units were not disrupted. Disruption is nasty (cannot attack or move and defend at 1/2 strength), and hard to shrug off (die roll of 6 with minimal mods). Again, this oversight benefited the Poles.
Here’s two afterthought photos.