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Started by Peter T Davies. Last reply by Andy Brown Jul 30, 2009.
Here is a link to my British 1st RTR..ENJOY http://talk.consimworld.com/WebX/.1dd6c157/34
I haven't played this system in a LONG time, so I finally broke out Eisenbach Gap and began playing the scenarios again beginning with #1. Man, is this a quick playing and fun game. In my first playing of Scenario #1, the US kicked Soviet butt. However, I learned a few lessons and in the second playing of Scenario #1, the Russians did much better. One of the reasons I really like this is the potential to game anywhere with any units. I love Sava's Greeks, Turks, Indians, Paki's, Iranians... I could easily see throwing together some Desert Storm scenarios.
That's a shame Kev - I really like the "odd balls" but to each his own.
I'm not real thrilled with the Vietnamese/China LOF 12 counters. 2nd rate units and equipment plinking around is not my cup of tea. I think there are limits to what works and what helps make scenarios tense and exciting. these ones I think go to the bottom of the pile, next to Garbo. Other than that I think every user and LNL based expansion has been great so far. Which is a great testament to the system.
Sweet! Thanks, Sava
@Brett W Avants
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Hi Sava - the Greek/Turk counters are awesome! Nice work. Any scenarios you are working on?
Hi Sava - couldn't get the Indo-Pak war counters to download. Are they still up? Thanks!
Here's another set of counters for World at War. This time it's the Greeks and the Turks! Comes to you with the inestimable help of Eric Burgess and Mark Mitchell.
Get them here:
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