Battalion level WW2 Now called "O" Group or the story of "Oooooh"

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CarlL
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Battalion level WW2 Now called "O" Group or the story of "Oooooh"

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OK I have pinched this subject line from TFL Forum, as it best identified the topic and question, I wanted to ask of you all.
Has anyone been involved in the test play thats been ongoing for a year to 18 months? Anyone got any info on the style of play being developed by (I think) a group linked to the TFL but not them as such, developing 'Battalion level WW2 Now called "O" Group or the story of "Oooooh" '

I have tried to learn if this is something different and fun thats being developed, but not learned a lot from my enquiries over on TFL Forum (see
https://toofatlardies.co.uk/forum/viewt ... 1&start=50 )
I am always keen to play big battle rules but not perhaps at the PanzerKorps level (of boardgame like rules) rather than skirmish games with a platoon or two. But never been much of a follower of fashion when it comes to rules and figure scales. eg never got into Flames of War in 15mm or Bolt action in 28mm.
So thought I would canvass any awareness or information among those visiting or regular contributors here at Sotcw Forum.
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hammurabi70
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Re: Battalion level WW2 Now called "O" Group or the story of "Oooooh"

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Looks interesting; it would appear that you take command of a battalion, which is probably a bit larger than most of the TFL rules are aimed at.
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CarlL
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Re: Battalion level WW2 Now called "O" Group or the story of "Oooooh"

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Yeah, that seems to be aim.
different team from the two Lardies developing the rules, and TFL sem to be acting as publishing house (and a brand focus?)
I have a copy of (and have played) the TFL "ITLSU" (If The Lord Spares Us) which is btn level WW1 in Palestine, and is from main TFL rule writers, I understand.
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