Welcome to the Battles page. Here you’ll find all of my authored scenarios as well as some choice battles from other fans.

We hope you enjoy!

Brummbär Authored Tide of Iron Scenarios

Worthington Force - The tragic misdirection and destruction of Worthington Force.
Bridgehead Bretteville - Scenario depicting the June 8th night attack by panthers from the 12th SS against the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division.
The Reichswald - Frontal assault on a narrow front. This light and quick scenario can be played with just a standard Tide of Iron game.
Who Killed the Black Baron - A quick play tank battle centering on the mystery of who dealt the death blow to German tank ace Michael Wittmann.
Crossing the Moselle - Introductory style scenario that was entered in the Fantasy Flight Games competition.

Hosted Tide of Iron Scenarios

Those Damned Engineers - Tide of Iron scenario from Ray Trochim
Stalingrad Red House - Tide of Iron - Fury of the Bear scenario by Klaus Fritsch
Stalingrad Factory Fortress - Tide of Iron - Fury of the Bear scenario by Willem 'boersma8' Boersma

Brummbär Authored Memoir ’44 Scenarios

[ Hong Kong ’41 – Battle for Hong Kong Campaign ]

Gin Drinker's Line - Memoir '44 scenario - Battle for Hong Kong campaign. 1st scenario in the Battle for Hong Kong.
Hong Kong - First Wave - Japanese invade Hong Kong.


[ Northwest Europe ’44-’45 ]

Hellcats Race to Noville - M'44 - Base game only. New Hellcat units race to set up a defensive North of Bastogne during the Battle of the Bulge.


[ Breakthrough Format ]

Battle for Berlin – Seelow Heights - Designed for the new Breakthrough format, this scenario incorporates some new ideas and makes for an intense tight struggle as the opening of the battle historically was.
Operation Totalize - Breakthrough Memoir '44 scenario


[ Jubliee ’42 ]

Disaster at Dieppe - This was an initially a raiding action to test Hitler’s fortress Europe and to appease the Soviets in their demand to put pressure on the German war machine. Though carried out to the honor of those who participated, the results were disastrous.


[ Italy ’42-’45 ]

Landing at Pachino - Canadians land on Sicily during Operation Husky. Quick 4 medal game that has a new 'Reluctant Resister' rule.
Assault on Assoro - Commemorates the daring attack carried out on what was thought to be unassailable heights. Makes use of gullies from the Air Pack and mountains from the Terrain Pack.
Valguarnera - A bit of gully madness that requires the Air Pack.
Crossing the Moro - The start of a long and arduous campaign for the Canadians in Italy. Getting across the Moro river was the first step on the Road to Ortona.
The Gully - The Germans surprised the Canadians who expected a withdrawal from the area and moving on to Ortona wasn't as easy as they hoped.
Taking Ortona - The final objective wasn't an easy one as they Allied higher command had hoped. Here, the Canadians made text book the taking of a built up area.
Breaking the Hitler Line - Shifted into the line, the Canadians breached the fabled Hitler line and opened the road to Italy for the allies.


[Normandy ’44]

Juno - The Landings - Overlord version of the Juno beach landings on D-Day.
Battle of the Bridgehead - On June 7th, the Germans launch the first serious counter attack against the D-Day bridgehead. Canadians advancing on the airport at Carpiquet ran into inexperienced but fanatical Hitler Youth.

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