"Well, not really. I mean, concepts are slightly there: facing, LOS, leadership in general, ranged fire, etc - but the core of the game is the orders and commitment efforts, and that just is not there. I know, I should. But..."
"This is the game that allowed me to survive the loss of SPI. When I went from the classics to SPI, it was a step into wonder. I could not go back to BB '65 and the others. (Only Anzio never lost its luster when I went to SPI - perhaps because…"
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OK - back in Nebraska. I have the time to play most evenings starting in December, and occasional weekends. I will be available Mon-Thurs evenings in Council Bluffs, and Saturdays in Siouxland.... looking for players for or SPI games, or ASL, and I have the room to leave the games up and undisturbed. So let me know!
Sorry I just saw this. I hardly ever check CSW. I am going through a bit of a life transition as I am going to I retire soon, so that is my primary focus. I will get the itch to play again after I secure a follow on job.
count me in...please notice the downloads for old S and T's on various websites....free and good to notice to others. I actually worked alongside S and T staffers during the golden years at their east 23 rd street offices including Dunnigan...fascinating men all...
Thanks for the invite. Metro Wargamers in Brooklyn used to have TSS set up in their club. I recently heard someone tell me that Ed (big ACW gamer) had pasted away. Did you know any of those members? It would be nice to get a monster GMT ACW game going monthly. What does the summer look like for you? Dead of Winter possibly?
This math class is a killer, I have a list as high as an elphants eye, of game I want to play. Our day will come, good you got some gaming in. I've done very little, go to photos in social nad Fort Zinderhoff is me! - JEB