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Michael Wilding commented on brian s. b.'s group zun tzu
"Good news.  The Zun Tzu site is back online.  It looks unchanged except the forum is not working yet and the game boxes are not back.  The site says - "The game boxes for ZunTzu will be back soon."  The…"
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Otto Harkaman commented on brian s. b.'s group zun tzu
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Steven Rugge commented on brian s. b.'s group zun tzu
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Your introduction to consim gaming:
pops bought me LUFTWAFFE(ah)
Your favorite game(s):
STALINGRAD,Wateroo,Afrika Korps,Panzerblitz,D-day,LUFTWAFFE,TRC,TOBRUK,War of the Ring(spi),Waterloo,napoleon at waterloo
What game(s) are you currently playing (solitaire, FTF, PBEM, etc.) or wish to play next?
stalingrad,Waterloo
What game(s) have you played recently?
napoleon at waterloo on hexwar,afrika korps,stalingrad
In general, how much time do you spend gaming?
10hrs/wk
How big is your game collection?
rebuilding-at about a dozen or so now
Your local game club(s) and/or where you reside (let's network!)
lexington,ky
About Me
i'm just a guy who likes godzilla movies and reading non-fiction(and some(old)fiction)
Personal Interests (favorite activities, movies, shows, books, music, etc.)
http://amoreelegantweapon.tumblr.com/
https://twitter.com/BrianSBritton
http://camuscarcrash.blogspot.com
http://giornaledietrich.blogspot.com
art/film/books/scifi/other*
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http://boardgamegeek.com/user/orientalewar

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At 10:47am on June 14, 2011, Clair Conzelman said…

yes, HOD, but a co-worker and I play "PB3", a variant using my in-house rules. Main changes are:

1. A unit has to spend its move to go into "overwatch." So you either move, or you stay put and are eligible to fire opportunity/overwatch fire (tanks can move half and still overwatch).

2. Units are grouped in "formations," usually battalions, and draw a chit for that battalion. This way you don't need any "spent" markers which drive me crazy. When your battalion's chit is drawn, you just move that unit (it still has a command range...this keeps the unit together).

3. When a platoon is destroyed, the battalion's ability to rally is reduced by one (introduces loss of morale and fatigue).

4. AFVs have facing as they move, into the hex they move into, so that opportunity fire against their flanks has a -2 advantage.

 

Creates a much more realistic feel to the game, we feel.

 

Clair

At 7:43am on June 14, 2011, Clair Conzelman said…

Just accepted your friend request...so where do you live?

 

I'm on the east side of Louisville...been playing PB2 lately (modified), and like Lord of the Ring games (I have a miniature LOR army I use for tactical games).

 

Clair

At 9:06pm on January 1, 2011, Dick Sauer said…

Tried the link to AH. Got in ok but would not download. Any ideas?

 

Also, tried your email and it bounced back.

 
 
 

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