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Tango0116 Nov 2019 3:46 p.m. PST

…of Britain

" Anyway. the Lord of the Rings kick is still on, but I made it a point that we needed to still play our other games. I am not a fan of everything collecting dust. We had about 25 rules sets to play and more rules we have yet to use based on the lack of figures. Historicon will sort some of this out. Plus, I do not want to get completely burned out in current games in a binge-fest in one rules set. The beauty of Wings of Glory is that it is an easy, quick game system. Kalissa and I had two games in less than two hours. This was good, since I had to work an evening shift. I played my normal pesty Germans with pretty good efficiency! The German fighters took out the British like swatting flies for the most part. The first game was for the Germans all over. The second game, Kalissa's British won by shooting down my bomber. Below are the rest of the photos…"




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