Korea: The Forgotten War...

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MMP will do what they think necessary and prudent I am sure, but it doesn't hurt to give them a gentle nudge about what I (and possibly others) might like. 6 is roughly what I would expect, 12 would be very, very nice and anything over that would be a very great bonus.
for sure, 12 would be a nice number, as I say, I was well pissed off when I lost the new ones from the latest BV, put them in a plastic bag for clipping then I lost them, they werent in the box with the others
 

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Looking forward to the French being re-released (as well as looking forward to Yanks and the Italians). My counters need a refresh to the newer standards and of course the boards and re-balanced scenarios are a huge plus too.

The Cleveland fans got their wish this year. Time for MMP to satisfy their fans who have been in a core module drought of their own. :)
 

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Looking forward to the French being re-released (as well as looking forward to Yanks and the Italians). My counters need a refresh to the newer standards and of course the boards and re-balanced scenarios are a huge plus too.

The Cleveland fans got their wish this year. Time for MMP to satisfy their fans who have been in a core module drought of their own. :)
You haven't waited almost 52 years yet.
 

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Small price to pay for 30 years of ASLOK I would think. All that time saved on travel used on good scenario design, perhaps some Shelling gems to be included in the core module reprints?

CdG (Shelling special edition) anyone?
 

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Looking forward to the French being re-released (as well as looking forward to Yanks and the Italians). My counters need a refresh to the newer standards and of course the boards and re-balanced scenarios are a huge plus too.
The Cleveland fans got their wish this year. Time for MMP to satisfy their fans who have been in a core module drought of their own. :)
Heck, I just need more French counters!
 

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Looking forward to the French being re-released (as well as looking forward to Yanks and the Italians). My counters need a refresh to the newer standards and of course the boards and re-balanced scenarios are a huge plus too.

The Cleveland fans got their wish this year. Time for MMP to satisfy their fans who have been in a core module drought of their own. :)
Wait--the Indians won a game?
 

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Sadly, it looks like the HP scenarios have quickly faded into oblivion which is too bad. A lot of them were very good but I think a lot of people just cant get over the fact of how powerful the Finns still are in many scenarios.

Scott

Am I mistaken, wasn't Hock A Loogie released within the last couple of years?
Hardly a "drought".
 
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Sadly, it looks like the HP scenarios have quickly faded into oblivion which is too bad. A lot of them were very good but I think a lot of people just cant get over the fact of how powerful the Finns still are in many scenarios.

Scott
Then clearly, they don't understand "design for effect".
Their loss.
 

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When I was 25 I lived in DC and worked at the Shakespeare Theater at the Folger. After a snowstorm, and friend and I let most of the air out of our mountain bike tires and went for a ride around town, which had essentially shut down because of the weather. The Vietnam Memorial was sublime in those conditions; not a sound in the air because of how snow muffles sound, and not another person in sight. An amazing image that has never left me.
 

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Small price to pay for 30 years of ASLOK I would think. All that time saved on travel used on good scenario design, perhaps some Shelling gems to be included in the core module reprints?

CdG (Shelling special edition) anyone?
I do believe 'Shoot 'N Scoot' and 'Ace in the Hole' are re-released therein.

Funny thing about winning sports in CLE. Many of us are taking a break from ASL to savor it.

Could be a contributing factor to all of the ASL design work, playtesting, ASLOk etc over the years. We had nothing to get excited about on the sports end.
 
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I do believe 'Shoot 'N Scoot' and 'Ace in the Hole' are re-released therein.

Funny thing about winning sports in CLE. Many of us are taking a break from ASL to savor it.

Could be a contributing factor to all of the ASL design work, playtesting, ASLOk etc over the years. We had nothing to get excited about on the sports end.
Heh, I have to say congratulations to you guys in Cleveland right enough, even though I'm a diehard Oakland fanatic (just the Raiders really but, heck, I jumped on the Warriors bandwagon last year and stayed on it) it was well deserved. My brother was happy as he is a Cleveland Browns fan (not really a basketball fan but he was happy for the city)

been years since I've been to Cleveland, nearly missed my greyhound to New York cos I forgot the time zones had changed, someone got off the bus and came and got me luckily