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Written by Matt Clyburn   
Monday, 12 December 2011 12:50

Here are some screenshots of the South Mountain maps that will be included in the Antietam Pack.  The South Mountain area is represented on two 5x5 mile maps with the North map representing Fox's and Turners Gap, and the South map representing Crampton's and Brownsville Gap.  Note: The Fox's Gap shots are named starting with "fg", Crampton's Gap starting with "cg".  Enjoy!

Last Updated on Thursday, 15 December 2011 12:04
 
Posted: 2 years, 7 months ago by Little Powell #40193
Herodotus wrote:
One of my all time favourite battles of the period. Thanks.


Mine too. Touring the area back in October, it is hard to comprehend the sheer bravery of those Confederate soldiers defending the gaps. They could see the Union soldiers coming in masses from miles away, yet (most of them) held their ground to the last second. We had a blast designing the scenarios, and I hope you have a blast playing them. Looking forward to your feedback.
Posted: 2 years, 7 months ago by Herodotus #40192
One of my all time favourite battles of the period. Thanks.
Posted: 2 years, 7 months ago by 2nd Texas Infantry #39448
Looks good! Next release, use my trees!
Posted: 2 years, 7 months ago by Little Powell #39422
13thnct wrote:
Looks spectacular! From the moment picked up TCBR all those years ago I've been hoping and hoping for South Mountain to get the TC treatment. Not really an important battle landmark, but is the Washington monument represented on the Fox's gap map? Keep up the superb work guys!


Yes, the Washington monument is there. I was thinking of including a screenshot of it, but I gotta leave some surprise. I was surprised and ecstatic when I first discovered it..

Jim, Dave, and I were at South Mountain and Antietam in October for research. We went up in the monument and the view is spectacular.
Posted: 2 years, 7 months ago by 13thnct #39421
Looks spectacular! From the moment picked up TCBR all those years ago I've been hoping and hoping for South Mountain to get the TC treatment. Not really an important battle landmark, but is the Washington monument represented on the Fox's gap map? Keep up the superb work guys!

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