The Art Of Wargames
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- Dec 30, 2005
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That was going to be my guess (not too big a leap to guess Seoul). I'm very interested in the Korean War and will be playing my first CPVA Forgotten War scenario this Saturday, so I'm looking forward to hearing more about this HASL. It is great to see additional Korean War options becoming available! I assume that we'll see some scenarios in the next Journal(?).you can see Seoul written on the map.
Thanks Xavier - I just had to ask. The battle of Kohima is an ich that I would like to scratch...........thanks for all the other great products - I'm sure this one is going to be another classic like Kampfgruppe Schrerer.Hi Joe;
You can, you can. And believe me, I hear you.... but if Shaun Carter and / or Steve Dethlefsen do not show up, I won't, unfortunately. Even though I'd like to.
I definitely agree. The map is completely finished and is really great....Thanks Xavier - I just had to ask. The battle of Kohima is an ich that I would like to scratch...........
Hopefully Thank you!thanks for all the other great products - I'm sure this one is going to be another classic like Kampfgruppe Schrerer.
LFT has the means to resume Kohima on its own, but Shaun Carter has done most of the scenarios and I have a moral/ gentleman agreement with Steve.Why do you need either of them to show up? Cannot LFT continue on their own?
Have sent Martin Mayers and Pete Phillips an email and copied you in Xavier.Shaun sent me an email more than a month ago but from then has become silent, despite several emails from me. Thus my message here a few days ago, since my emails may have gone to his spam folder, I don't know....