- Mar 22, 2004
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- Toledo, Ohio
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Correction: mustn't see.Comes with 6-5-8 Fayheeden (not your normal white on black ers).
Although I would be troubled indeed if he was ripping off artwork, my comment was more to the point that he does not even bother trying to make his map and overlays congruent in style (which shows sloppy production values)Ya and so what? Is it hurting you Fred? Or the hobby? Scott
You raise a valid point, to wit: The Vietnam stuff he published had MA calibres that weren't actually listed on the TK table - and he also provided no figures for them.Hi All
Before the anti-WBW brigade starts their assualt!
On a theoretical level we could actually have an intellectual argument regards the different componets
I am not a military theorist and probably cant comment much on the infantry he has portrayed but..
I am facinated by the Tanks - Mr Indestructable!! M1 Abrams is now a world -wide tank - we in Aus just got our set! to play with and people like Eqypt have 1000 ready to stop Israel! :upset:
But the Challenger (<400 ever built) supposedly was the better tank at the time :smoke:
That has always be based on pro US propagander (that does not seem all the "pro") that only 1 or 2 M1's went down (at the cost of more petrol than the whole of Australia consumes in a day :nuts for the many 1000's (I think thats right) of the T72's the were shreded while no Brit Tanks even lost a track
120LL (M1) and teh 125LL (T72) are both noth in the TK table that I can see
The 32 frontal armour is what? - I mean the top TK number in our wonderful table is 33 so 125LL might be a little more we hope - or maybee not - Maybee this is a battle of Tigers versus T28's
And the M1 goes fast (must have a refuel roll regularly I think to be accurate or have a truck full of petrol follow it :bite:
OK OK so maybee I am a bit tired to want to have a proper debate here when the material is likely playtested poorly but I am still curious:lier:
The Vietnam module I purchased had the counters pre-cut. They're a little thicker than "normal" ASL counters. I believe there is an image of them in my blog.I still have some of his original Japanese stuff in a box somewhere. One day I will have to dig it out.
One question, these are not die cut counters, or? If not, I doubt I would ever get the time to cut them out.