My page K3 (c 2005 by MMP) says, in the right column, paragraph with a square:
How many MF did that last MPh use? "Five, Drill Sergeant." Correct. I brought you
down here because I want to show you hex 19. It is unusual because it contains
both woods and a building. The cost to enter hexes...
I'm with Jim...too much detail is really unnecessary. The general plan and how it went (with a few key highlights) is sufficient for me.
Also, please hit return a few times. When I see an AAR that is a massive block of text, I don't bother trying to read it.
Yes, it does make sense to me now...well, I might be lying (and I'm just used to it), but I'm fine with it as the rule is quite clear.
I was a-mazed at what I discovered when I started reading the rules carefully!
I find this rule a bit puzzling as it makes final fire for the defender and prep fire for the attacker different...I had it in my head they were analogous.
the good thing is that the rule is crystal clear.
Exactly. It is a pity the word Area appears in both. Someone (whose name I cannot remember) once suggested
that maybe "Hex Fire" and "Area Target Type" would have been enough to differentiate the two. Alas, they were
over forty years late.
Another very entertaining episode...I thought the ideas for MMP were very interesting.
I, too, would pay for personalised leaders.
BTW, Gerry is doing all of the work for Alberta Assault this year. During the AAR, I caught
myself hovering my mouse over top of a stack to see what was in...