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Personal logo FlyXwire Supporting Member of TMP18 Oct 2019 7:05 a.m. PST

Hi All,

The gang got together at the shop yesterday, to get some more BRS flight time under our lap belts. My friend Fitz and me teamed up as the Luftwaffe Fliegeren (no Experten here!), and did our best to fend off the Spitfire attacks. Here's a few shots that Fitz took and captioned -

It was a fun scenario, and also an introduction to half of the players to the rules. BRS is a good multiplayer game system. There's a learning curve involved, but logic tied-in to WW2 aerial tactics – Pairs/Flights-oriented, and also Ops-oriented. Learning more about WW2 aerial combat helps interpret the game engine operating "under the hood" so to speak (there's layers to peel away to reveal the combat methods being stressed).

We're still learning, but intrigued to continue the battle.

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