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Personal logo Ed the Two Hour Wargames guy Sponsoring Member of TMP21 Feb 2012 6:05 p.m. PST

Here's an AAR from my Lost Lands of Lemuria campaign. This was a great way to try out the soon to be released new Motor City BC supplement for Adventures in the Lost Lands. MCBC adds military and civilian vehicles to the Lost Lands. MCBC has stats for over 70 vehicles from the Victorian Era to Modern Times. Scenarios range from trying to catch a Mastodon with Victorian Hunters to saving Ellie Earl in the not General Lee Dixie playing GTO. But that's another story, back to the AAR.

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Kayl MacLaren Inactive Member21 Feb 2012 10:26 p.m. PST

Semper fidelus tyrannosaurus!

Tiberius21 Feb 2012 11:19 p.m. PST

You should read
A Tapestry of Magics by Brian Daley
The intro has lost units fron German entering a fantasy world and contending with barbarian Lizard riding hordes.

The Germans did well at first untl the petrol and ammo ran out.

SBminisguy22 Feb 2012 12:38 a.m. PST

LOL, I'll have to re-read that one! Well, in Motor City BC you can try to convert your vehicle to a local fuel source once you run out of petrol. Funny how that gives the VSF expeditions into the Lost Lands a bit of a leg up in terms of fuel availability -- wood's all you need for steam machines. On the flip side, the open-topped Simms Motor War Car would have been a much easier target for that T-Rex!

deflatermouse22 Feb 2012 12:42 a.m. PST

The Germans did well at first untl the petrol and ammo ran out.

Sounds very like history repeating itself.

14Bore03 Mar 2012 10:58 a.m. PST

Saw a kid at the beach a few years ago running this senario, tryed to give him a few pointers

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