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Conflict of Heroes and Lock n Load. I'm on a WWII tactical gaming kick.
I finally took Gringos out for a spin, partly inspired by a recent trip to New Mexico. I have some questions about GBACW rules, so if anyone has John Alsen's email address handy I'd appreciate it.

Also just printed off Philip "Lost Battles" Sabin's East Front 2. And I have a game of Not War But Murder slated for the weekend.
A Most Dangerous Time for the weekend.
I ordered this two weeks ago as I'm going to play 3DoG by email and it looks like the battles here are more manageable. Hopefully it should be easier to wade into the bigger games after this. Does the GBACW system flow smoothly during play ?
any relation to Merrill K. ?
I'm on turn 2 of Mayfair's Jerusalem. The Jews have pushed the convoy through to the city and are awaiting a counterattack from the north by El Khader. Jim
A revision: the upcoming game should be They Shall not Pass.
I'm currently getting reintroduced to the Advanced Tobruk System, while playing SSI's Carrier Strike by PBEM. It's not exactly designed for PBEM play, but we're making it work anyway.
Last played, Berlin '85. Nato defense got discombobulated by the soviet airborne.
Combat Commander for the first time last night; studying Elusive Victory for next week ... or maybe the week after :^x
I've been reading-A Gallant Little Army by Timothy D. Johnson on Scott's Mexico City campaign so I have SPI's Vercruz up now. Gringo is also on deck for this weekend as is the Gringo Expansion

I guess I'm also in a RHB game mood
Here I Stand with six players last night at Endgame in Oakland, CA.

Panzer Grenadier - Afrika Korps solo at home.

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