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olicana02 Jul 2019 9:22 a.m. PST

Hi guys,

I've just set up scenario for the first time in ages and posted it on my blog, by way of a briefing, to my opponent. He'll get to choose which side he wants to play – the fairest way to set up any game.

We're going to use Lasalle rules for the first time, so it's a small scenario, probably in the compass of most. The scenario is based on C.S. Grant's 'Bridgehead Breakout' scenario 21 in his book Scenario's for Wargames (now OOP).

Anyway, here's a link.

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Personal logo Flashman14 Supporting Member of TMP02 Jul 2019 9:27 a.m. PST

Beautiful game!

Durban Gamer03 Jul 2019 3:55 a.m. PST

Looks great. Looking forward to the AAR.

SHaT198412 Aug 2019 9:54 p.m. PST

Yes, good read.
Bought same new in 1982-ish and developed long term interest in 'real period' gaming rather than limited 'by the rulebook' squeezed personality concept of what periods were like.

Call me radical and eccentric, but I've done a lifetime of research, and there's no rolling dice* ; But many surprises in it.

*Exception being The Dice Man by Luke Rhinehart, a ripper yarn at the time ;-0
regards davew

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