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Trebian Sponsoring Member of TMP27 Aug 2021 1:33 a.m. PST

"Prasutagus – The Orwell Wargamer" has done a video review of the SCW Rule set "For Whom the Dice Rolls" over on his Youtube channel. As the "Orwell wargamer" is a rather appropriate reviewer name for such a subject, I thought I'd share the link here. Shame his name isn't George.

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Billy Goat Wargaming27 Aug 2021 2:15 a.m. PST

Excellent review. Makes these a very tempting addition to the library.

Trebian Sponsoring Member of TMP27 Aug 2021 5:46 a.m. PST

My only picky point is that the hardback actually lies open better than the paperback.

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