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Has anyone compiled a list of CG from both MMP and TPP that shows various complexities and what theater and how many CG dates? If so where?

I would like to play some low complexity CG, meaning mostly chapters A, B and maybe C, then I can graduate myself to D, but something’s are coming back to me faster than I thought…
 

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The Desperation Morale site was very complete but is out of date by a couple of years now.
Depending on what you find available for purchase you can review it on DM.
 

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Use google advanced search to search this web site for terms like "easiest first campaign game" and the like. People have asked in the past for easy and/or short campaign games.
 

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Use google advanced search to search this web site for terms like "easiest first campaign game" and the like. People have asked in the past for easy and/or short campaign games.
Thanks for that tip I found a few topics and a base table to work from, found out I also contributed research to someone asking the question I did 10 years ago lol.
 

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@dlazov If you need somebody to play that with you that you can beat pretty easily, I'm your huckleberry. Been wanting to play that CG for a while now.
Sounds like a plan but it may be a draw lol

Lets connect and give it a go? I can't really do live play, but can do vlog exchanges. If that is good with you lets go for it.
 

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Singling has LOTS of vehicles for the US and is great ifyou want to improve your knowledge of them.
Rees is tough on the defenders but the number of toys is relatively small.
Hatten would be my suggestion of a first CG but again there are lots of vehicles involved.
pegasus Bridge is a possibility if you start from morning. Ignore the glider landing part.
 

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Thanks for all the tips, links and what nots.

My friend and I decided on Operation Turnscrew from the Bunker folks. Reading through the first 4 pages of rules I am pleasantly surprised on the well written prose that the Bunker folks have done. While there is ordinance and potential AFVs, I am sure and confidant I'll be able to digest those rules as well when I need them. I keep getting surprised on how much I have retained in my 10 year absence from playing ASL. Those weekly club sessions, and all the playtesting I did for various folks is still paying off.

ASL my old, steady, and dependable longtime friend of almost 40 years is pretty amazing...
 

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Thanks for all the tips, links and what nots.

My friend and I decided on Operation Turnscrew from the Bunker folks. Reading through the first 4 pages of rules I am pleasantly surprised on the well written prose that the Bunker folks have done. While there is ordinance and potential AFVs, I am sure and confidant I'll be able to digest those rules as well when I need them. I keep getting surprised on how much I have retained in my 10 year absence from playing ASL. Those weekly club sessions, and all the playtesting I did for various folks is still paying off.

ASL my old, steady, and dependable longtime friend of almost 40 years is pretty amazing...
Thanks so much for giving the Rees Campaign a go, nice, manageable sized action with enough going on to make it interesting and fun. Thanks for the kind words on the HASL Chapter, that is all Tom Morin and he does such a great job, with VotG his crowning achievement. Roll low and Enjoy! 🎲🎲
 

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If you do not have the Rees HASL Campaign seen in Dispatch #46, send me a direct e-mail to aslbunker@aol.com and I will let you know how to get yours (If you just wanted that issue, it is only $10.00 for the pdf).
Vic your so kind I have been a valued subscriber for a few years now (over 10 at least) lol. Your one of the besteds ... :D
 

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Thanks so much for giving the Rees Campaign a go, nice, manageable sized action with enough going on to make it interesting and fun. Thanks for the kind words on the HASL Chapter, that is all Tom Morin and he does such a great job, with VotG his crowning achievement. Roll low and Enjoy! 🎲🎲
I'm having a blast setting up. So many intricacies.
 
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