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Looking for Broadsides & Boarding Parties pieces

Need 1 cannon and 2 grey crewmen.  Will pay cold, hard cash, Mateys.Thanks much.Continue

Started Nov 29, 2010

 

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Jim Lacey left a comment for Zeitsev
"Greetings,   I am looking for wargamers in my local area (Burke VA) and am sending notes to a few people who appear close on CONSIM. I used to play wargames a lot in the glory days of SPI-Avalon Hill… but work and family forced me to put…"
Jul 17, 2015
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Looking for Broadsides & Boarding Parties pieces

Need 1 cannon and 2 grey crewmen.  Will pay cold, hard cash, Mateys.Thanks much.See More
Nov 29, 2010
Zeitsev joined Charlescab's group
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Hold the line

Hold the line by Worthington games. A GREAT simple revolutionary war game, similar to Command and Colors, but uses Action Points instead of cards. You can move any unit you want with your points. (Similar to Conflict of heroes)
Sep 18, 2010
Greg Blanchett replied to Zeitsev's discussion Hexdraw New User questions in the group Hexdraw Users
"Thanks... ;-)"
Aug 17, 2010
Zeitsev replied to Zeitsev's discussion Hexdraw New User questions in the group Hexdraw Users
"Greg - Thanks for the advice, especially on overlays. As for towns, I plan to do something similar to what you've done above. BTW, your 'Fall Blau' map looks great."
Aug 16, 2010
Greg Blanchett replied to Zeitsev's discussion Hexdraw New User questions in the group Hexdraw Users
"For (1) - Yes, text rotation is the only way I know of. For (2) & (3) - The answer is overlays. The open nature of the program will allow all sorts of creative use of overlays to accomplish these goals. I added some ASL buildings together in…"
Aug 15, 2010
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Block games

Discussion of block wargames from GMT, Columbia Games, Worthington Games, Simmons Games and others.
Aug 15, 2010
Zeitsev replied to Zeitsev's discussion Hexdraw New User questions in the group Hexdraw Users
"Thanks for the quick response Tim. On #1 (hexsides) my workaround was doing exactly what you said, namely putting text in at a 90 degree angle. If you are aware of a trick to do that for hex numbers, I'd love to hear about it. On #2 (small…"
Aug 15, 2010
Tim Splinter replied to Zeitsev's discussion Hexdraw New User questions in the group Hexdraw Users
"Hi Zeitsev, I am relatively new to Hexdraw myself, but I think I can answer your questions. I am more than willing to share what I've learned so far. 1. I don't believe this is a way to rotate the map. Maybe Jo knows of a way to achieve…"
Aug 15, 2010
Zeitsev added a discussion to the group Hexdraw Users
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Hexdraw New User questions

Hi - Just got Hexdraw yesterday and am building my first map. What a very powerful and easy to use program!  Really looking forward to working with it.A few questions:1) Is there a way to rotate the basic starting map such that the hex vertices point to the top of the map instead of to the side?2) I'm doing a grand tactical/ operational level map. It requires something like 'dots' to represent villages, several 'squares / rectangles to represent towns, and perhaps a cross hatched 'grid' for…See More
Aug 14, 2010
Zeitsev joined Jo Bader's group
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Hexdraw Users

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Aug 14, 2010
Zeitsev is now a member of ConsimWorld
Aug 13, 2010

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Your introduction to consim gaming:
Avalon Hill's D-Day '61
Your favorite game(s):
Block games
What game(s) are you currently playing (solitaire, FTF, PBEM, etc.) or wish to play next?
Wahington's War
What game(s) have you played recently?
Caesar's Gallic Wars
How big is your game collection?
250+ games

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At 10:12am on July 17, 2015, Jim Lacey said…

Greetings,

 

I am looking for wargamers in my local area (Burke VA) and am sending notes to a few people who appear close on CONSIM.

I used to play wargames a lot in the glory days of SPI-Avalon Hill… but work and family forced me to put further playing off for a few decades (57 years old now).  I am looking for two things.

-          I teach at the Marine Corps War College and I plan to use a few games in the classroom.  I need some folks who will help explain some of the new games that I am not yet familiar with (Polis, For the People, Washington’s War, Fire in the Lake, Churchill, and a few others)

 

-          Persons interested in getting together on a regular or semi-regular basis for friendly games.

 

It would be great to link up with folks who would also enjoy having a football game on in the background (once in awhile) .

If anyone is part of a regular group and is looking for a new member (I will bring cupcakes) please let me know.  Also, if anyone is interested in forming a group (rotating play between homes) I am also interested.

I can be contacted at jimlacey1@msn.com

Thank you for your time and attention.

Jim

 
 
 

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