Croix de Guerre Counters

fenyan

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British with Britsh, Americans w/Americans...I couldn't find a certain type of American tank for a scenario and couldn't find it at that time because it was with the Croix de Guerre French tray.
 

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When you get a Vichy hero. You’re doing a deep dive into ASL.
But Carl is NOT a Bad Guy, just the opposite, he should have been a Free French hero for sure. It is great he has an official counter, but he should be a 10-2 in any Spanish Civil War counters that come out down the line.
 

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Question on counter organization. Do you keep the British and American counters from Croix de Guerre stored with British and Americans, or with the French counters?
I keep the Vichy & Regular French together, and the Free French with the British.
 

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I did similar. One labeled “Collaborators” and the other this:
Doing the same thing once I get the module. The Plano 3601, which is about half the size of a 3701 and only an inch deep, is ideal for this, I think. Using one now to re-configure my system info counters -- the main ones you use EVERY scenario (Prep, FF, DM, Wound, Resid, Turn and enviro markers, etc.) will go in one, probably with some level markers and acq markers.
 
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