Memoir ’44 Winter Scenario – Now Available

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A new Memoir ’44 Scenario – Baraque de Fraiture (Parker’s Crossroads) – is now available free with purchase from the Days of Wonder webstore or from participating Days of Wonder retail stores.

 

Richard Borg and the Days of Wonder elves have created a special limited-edition Memoir ’44 battle scenario for the Winter 2007 season. The scenario – Baraque de Fraiture (Parker’s Crossroads) - was an important part of of the Battle of the Bulge and took place near the small Belgian village of Fraiture just before Christmas in 1944.

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The scenario is printed in full color as a 10 x 7 inch postcard and is our gift to you this holiday season. The Winter 2007 Scenario is available in the US from local storefront retailers who carry Memoir ’44. Stop by your local Days of Wonder retailer and ask for your copy.

Or, purchase any game, expansion, or other accessory from the Days of Wonder web store in December and you will automatically receive a free copy of the 2007 Winter scenario included in your shipment while supplies last.

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Be sure to pickup your copy of the Baraque de Fraiture (Parker’s Crossroads) Winter 2007 Scenario from your local retailer, or by ordering from the Days of Wonder webstore this holiday season.

Happy Holidays from Richard Borg and your friends at Days of Wonder

 

Note: the 2007 Winter Scenario is only available from the US Webstore and retailers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 Responses to “Memoir ’44 Winter Scenario – Now Available”

  1. Eike says:

    No winter scenario for european customers? :(

  2. Pierre says:

    No it is too complicated to organize. We carry Memoir’44 in all European countries and having the postcard available in the right languages in all shops is something we are not able to do easily.

    Sorry.

  3. luis says:

    will it ever be posted on the site?

  4. Toad says:

    I’ve stopped by my DoW retailer here in Waltham, MA, and they did NOT have it. Is there a list of shops in the Boston area that would have the scenario on hand? Thanks!

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