Ed Beach
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Great Campaigns of the American Civil War

Fans of the GCACW series. Titles include: Stonewall Jackson's Way, Here Come The Rebels, Roads to Gettysburg, Stonewall in the Valley, Stonewall's Last Battle, On To Richmond, Grant Takes Command and Battle Above the Clouds.Check out the all new Stonewall Jackson's Way II from Multi-Man Publishing (includes the 1st Manassas Campaign; released summer of 2013)See More
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Great Campaigns of the American Civil War

Fans of the GCACW series. Titles include: Stonewall Jackson's Way, Here Come The Rebels, Roads to Gettysburg, Stonewall in the Valley, Stonewall's Last Battle, On To Richmond, Grant Takes Command and Battle Above the Clouds.Check out the all new Stonewall Jackson's Way II from Multi-Man Publishing (includes the 1st Manassas Campaign; released summer of 2013)See More
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Here I Stand

For fans of GMT's card-driven multiplayer game on Reformation Europe.
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Here I Stand

For fans of GMT's card-driven multiplayer game on Reformation Europe.
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Great Campaigns of the American Civil War

Fans of the GCACW series. Titles include: Stonewall Jackson's Way, Here Come The Rebels, Roads to Gettysburg, Stonewall in the Valley, Stonewall's Last Battle, On To Richmond, Grant Takes Command and Battle Above the Clouds.Check out the all new Stonewall Jackson's Way II from Multi-Man Publishing (includes the 1st Manassas Campaign; released summer of 2013)See More
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Great Campaigns of the American Civil War

Fans of the GCACW series. Titles include: Stonewall Jackson's Way, Here Come The Rebels, Roads to Gettysburg, Stonewall in the Valley, Stonewall's Last Battle, On To Richmond, Grant Takes Command and Battle Above the Clouds.Check out the all new Stonewall Jackson's Way II from Multi-Man Publishing (includes the 1st Manassas Campaign; released summer of 2013)See More
Apr 21, 2019

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Your favorite game(s):
Here I Stand
Virgin Queen
The GCACW series
For The People
Britannia
Age of Empires III
What game(s) are you currently playing (solitaire, FTF, PBEM, etc.) or wish to play next?
Virgin Queen, Wilderness War, Stonewall Jackson's Way II
What game(s) have you played recently?
Virgin Queen
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At 7:43am on March 16, 2008, Ed Beach said…
Great! If you haven't see the pic of the painted map, try here on BGG: http://www.boardgamegeek.com/image/291869

We've got Charlie Kibler back as our map artist and he's doing a fantastic job. All of the Basic Game scenarios (7 at current count) are in playtesting. A nice variety of scenarios in the mix. I'm planning to open these scenarios up to a larger playtest group soon. And we're busily working on the Advanced Game rules now.
At 5:46pm on March 15, 2008, Lee Massey said…
Ed, How is the CW module coming?

Lee
At 7:28am on March 4, 2008, Jay Czarnecki said…
Hi, Ed! Greetings all the way from Ellicott City.
At 2:37pm on March 3, 2008, Justin Rice said…
I've had the pleasure of tooling around with one of Ed's new designs ... and I think the 'flavor' of the game could very well match or exceed Here I Stand.

Something about gamers and farm animals seems to bring about the best in consimer.
At 2:27pm on March 3, 2008, Ed Beach said…
LotR musical was very "interesting" ... in all meanings of that word. Some of the performances (especially Galadriel and dancing hobbits) were amazing; others pretty bad (Gandalf and Boromir with a Scottish brogue you could cut with a knife). But we definitely found it a fun experience, especially if you laughed at the bad while admiring the good.
At 1:01pm on March 3, 2008, Mark Mahaffey said…
Was the LotR musical any good? I've heard mixed reviews...
At 10:21am on March 2, 2008, Ed Beach said…
Thanks for starting this. My first social networking site!
At 10:17am on March 2, 2008, John Kranz said…
Ed, thanks for joining. I appreciate all the great work you've done on the Great Campaigns of the Civil War series as well.
 
 
 

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