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Officially, this was conferred last month, but the diploma only arrived today. My course concentration was World War II, but with an elective each on command and leadership in the Civil War, and on the American Revolution. Interestingly, the latter was taught mainly from the British…Continue
When I think of “old school” wargames, I conjure up fond memories of playing Panzer Leader on a tiny table in a friend’s home when we were in junior high school. At the time this experience was entirely new to me, and the idea of moving beyond the toys in our Guns of Navarone playsets to an “adult” game of WWII warfare with hexes and units felt almost taboo, and therefore irresistible. Bleeding through the combat on the map board was a realism that couldn’t be denied. It was if the…Continue
The link above leads to a post I made about OCS combat
This post is to demonstrate the very BASICS of OCS combat. OCS is the Operational Combat Series by Multi Man publishing.
You can find more about it here:…
I recently discovered that Wix was not allowing me to post the best versions of my redux maps, so I converted them to PDF and reposted. What's available now are much higher resolution and should print much better.
Additionally, I'm working on tiled versions of the maps where each is broken into two segments and printable on just about any printer using legal sized paper (to avoid unnecessary shrinkage). Coming soon!
Posted by Mike Nagel on July 9, 2016 at 12:02pm
I've recently updated the rules to both the Redux and Classic version of the rules. The change involves limits to spotting ranges. Essentially, units may only spot out to four hexes unless a type of Scout, Recon, or CP. These types automatically spot at up to four hexes and roll to spot at ranges 5 to 8 hexes.
You can pick up the updates here:…
Posted by Mike Nagel on July 6, 2016 at 10:25am
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