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Must Contain Minis18 Dec 2020 8:24 a.m. PST

Recently I posted a narrated slideshow to YouTube showcasing and reviewing my Memoir 44 Collection. In the video, I talk about how I painted the figures, my love for the game and a very quick review of the system.

In an accompanying article on Must Contain Minis, I talk about how I love to use Memoir 44 to introduce non-gamers to historical miniatures wargaming. I also talk about how great it is for the holidays. I find it much easier to get family members to play this game with me than to talk about (or play) a full blown miniatures game with me. :)

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Stryderg18 Dec 2020 1:10 p.m. PST

Nicely done!
I got to play a few games at a convention (years ago), the host made over-sized hexes (either 3 or 4 inches with terrain) and used either 6mm or 10mm tanks, and I think 15mm infantry. That was a good time.

Nick Pasha27 Dec 2020 6:44 a.m. PST

Richard Borg has used miniatures to demonstrate his games that use blocks. He uses 28mm figures on a mat that has 5" hexes. I use 18mm figures on a mat that has 3" hexes.

Must Contain Minis27 Dec 2020 10:25 a.m. PST

Thanks Stryderg.

Nick, that is awesome to know that Richard Borg uses miniatures to play. It certainly has that feel. Thanks for sharing this tidbit about yourself and Richard.

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