Today I played my first game in Chain of Command (CoC) with Kris in Wrocław Bolter. It was nice game in system which is at some points similar to Sharp Practice which is also from Too Fat Lardies, but during Napoleonic/American Civil War era.

We played a battle for bridge in the are of pre-war Polish Wohlyn (Wołyń) – there was objective in the middle – a bridge allowing trucks and wheeled vehicles to move without problems. German Fallschirmjäger (paratroopers) had to secure it and Soviet Russia had to blow it up or at least held enemy away on the other side.

– similarities to Sharp Practice are well visible, jet only similarities.
– it was my first game, hopefully not last, still learning it.
– it was great game, moving patrols is important to create deployment zone, vehicles starts on the road, soldiers cannot shoot stayin behing they friends and probably some more things I don’t know now. Need to play more games, to know such things.

Compared to Bolt Action:
– it’s just different and I can say that I like both systems.
– big plus is that models from ‚Bolt Action’ can be used in ‚Chain of Command’.
– don’t be affraid to jump from one ruleset to another, I like both – one from Warlord Games and other one from TooFatLardies.