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Personal logo Kaiju Doug Supporting Member of TMP22 Oct 2018 6:33 a.m. PST

The World at War Nov. 3rd. at Fort Meigs, Perrysburg Ohio.
Table 1 Event title: The Battle of Cedar Mountain 1862: Stonewall Jackson's Last Independent Command.  American Civil War  Scale:  1/72
Number of players:  up to 8 Rules:  American Civil War 101:  Not War But Murder
 Description: Stonewall Jackson takes a corps into North central Virginia and runs into Yankee general Banks who aggressively attacks.  Outnumbered but with better quality troops the Rebs hold on and then counter attack.  Easy rules quickly learned and played. It is a 1/72 scale ACW game using my new rules
Game Host: Todd Kershner

Table 2 – Morning Event: Battle of Armoured Wills – France, late summer 1944.  
US tanks are advancing through the French countryside, when the US commander sees Panzers in the distance.  Will the armoured might of the German Wehrmacht stop the advance of Patton's tanks? Or will the scrappy Shermans prove victorious as the Allies edge closer and closer to the Ruhr?  Chose sides and take command of your machine, Tankers! GMs Randy Wapperom and Thomas Crownhart
Rule System:  What a Tanker! by Too Fat Lardies Scale: 15mm Max Players: 12  
Rules taught.  All players welcome, under 12 accompanied by a parent.
Table 2 – Afternoon Event: Just Desert! – The US Army Tank Corps -- ready for their initiation by fire.  The adversary -- The vaunted Afrika Korps. The arena -- the Tunisian desert.  Objective -- Victory! Who will prevail? Game Hosts:Thomas Crownhart and Randy Wapperom

Table 3 – Morning Event: Circus Imperium – It's race day. The crowd has gathered, the hover chariots are polished, & the beasts are frenzied! Are you tough enough to race the ultimate carnivores? If so, crack that whip & hold on tight. Rules taught. 10+ players. Game Host: Jerry Teleha
Table 3 – Afternoon Event: Circus Imperium – It's race day. The crowd has gathered, the hover chariots are polished, & the beasts are frenzied! Are you tough enough to race the ultimate carnivores? If so, crack that whip & hold on tight. Rules taught. 10+ players. Game Host: Jerry Teleha

Table 4 – Morning Event: Starship Troopers! Your outpost is under attack. The bugs have you surrounded. See if you can hold out until the relief arrives. Odds of success ??
Colby rules taught, 8 players. Game Host: Justin Lynch
Table 4 – Afternoon Event – TBD

Table 5 – Morning Event: War of 1812 – British and American forces clash in North America. 54mm troops. 4 – 6 players. Rules taught. Game Host Ted Bender
Table 5 – Afternoon Event: War of 1812 – British and American forces clash in North America. 54mm troops. 4 – 6 players. Rules taught. Game Host Ted Bender

Table 6 – Morning Event: Zombiecide: Japanese and US Marines fund something they didn't expect on a remote Pacific island. Rules: Large Scale Mayhem Scale: 54mm. Note: Kids are welcome! Game Host: Keith Finn
Table 6 – Afternoon Event: Zombiecide: Japanese and US Marines fund something they didn't expect on a remote Pacific island. Rules: Large Scale Mayhem Scale: 54mm. Note: Kids are welcome! Game Host: Keith Finn

Table 7 – MorningEvent: All Quiet on the Martian Front.  "A Martians Gotta Eat!"  Usual Interplanetary mayhem in S.E. Michigan circa the 1910 Martian Invasion.  15mm. Game Host: Dave Elmore
Table 7 – Afternoon Event:  Action in the Sudan. British and the Fuzzy Wuzzies tussle in the desert.  Blackpowder rules will be taught.  28mm.
Game Host: Dave Elmore

Table 8 – Harlem Heights- Sept. 16, 1776. Washington decides to attack the British in New York instead of fleeing and gives a moral victory to his troops for the first time!
3 hours to play;   4-6 players Game Host: Jim Kopchak

Table 9 – Morning Event: Pancho Villa
Pancho Villa raids Columbus, NM. 28mm. Rules taught. Game Host: Victor Hiris
Table 9 – Afternoon Event: King Philips War. Can the pilgrims destroy an indian village? 28mm. Rules taught. Game Host: Victor Hiris

Table 10 – Morning Event: It's a Bugs Life! Two rival ant colonies fight it out for control of this small patch of anyone's yard. 4 to 6 Players, Fast-play Colby rules taught. Game Host: Doug Johnson
Table 10 – Afternoon Event: Asteroid Encounter! Two mining companies have claimed the same mineral-rich asteroid. Which one will be the first to file the permits? The one that survives the combat of course! 4 to 6 Players, Fast-play Colby rules taught. Game Host: Doug Johnson

Table 11 – Morning Event – Triumph!: An introduction to this DBA style game system.
Game Host Dennis Schroder
Table 11 – Afternoon Event: Star Wars/Silent Death: Familiar game with new spaceships! Game Host: Dennis Schroder
Games running both times: Go for the Banana's, Hero Scape and Wings of War.

Table 12 Area will be reserved for lunch. They are serving chili this year and we don't want any accidents at the game tables. Should make for an interesting afternoon!

Dealers Area
The rear vestibule,( the doors going to the fort) will be the location for our vendors.
Academy Games
Castlebuilder's Creations
I-94 Enterprises
The Armory Hobbies
The Plastic Guys

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