"LOL I'm board not being able to game so I created a twitter account to taunt the programmers at Deep Mind and challenging them to a match over a wargaming board! Of course they won't accept it, but it's fun at least!"
Two things - 1) Chickamauga is a great visit - the park itself is pristine - it got protected early (one of the first national battlefields), and 2) thanks for breaking what looked to be a 10 month drought of commentary!"
"Last week I finally got around to playing Enemy Action: Ardennes. Randy Sands and I met at Atomic Empire in Durham and managed to get through the 2Player Dec. 16th scenario. It took us about 4 hours as there was a lot of rule book consulting. My…"
Is historical board-gaming dead in the Triad? I sure hope not! My dilemma is that I recently obtained a 2nd edition copy of GMT’s Triumph and Tragedy game that requires 3 players. I am seeking some interested gamers in the Triad area who might be willing to get together once or twice monthly to explore this title along with other games that we could enjoy together. I am willing to host and to provide a meal and beverages. Please let me know if you are interested, and I will contact you with further details. – Allen Joslyn (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Hi Luke, just read some of your ASL blog, including the video on war of the rats which I just played this weekend all the way downunder. first ASL I'd played in over 2 yrs and spent my time teaching a new player who very nearly won as the Russkies...