- Feb 26, 2010
- Reaction score
- Rio Vista, CA
Soldiers of the Negus is not World War II. Spanish Civil War is not World War II. Korea is not World War II. Anything past that is DEFINITELY not World War II.
The more you do non-World War II stuff, the more you abandon your core audience.
hmmm - Ethiopia - 1936-1940. SCW - depends but you could conceivably call it 1935-1939, Korea - 1950-1953.Just because something can be modeled within the ASL framework does NOT mean that *MMP* should be doing the modeling. Especially for subjects outside the broad WW2 era (roughly 1931-1954).
How exactly do these fall outside your "broad WW2 era"?
Once again - a logical fallacy - Argument from perceived Authority: "...attempts to convince others that an idea or claim should be accepted because the person making the claim is presenting himself as an expert on the subject or has more knowledge on a topic that others because of his experience. "
As posted on CSW many times over the last two decades, as well as here on GS by Perry more than once just since I have been here from 2010 - MMP is more than willing to accept help, assistance, volunteered time - from any ASL aficionado willing to give it, for just about any product in their pipeline, irrespective of its actual order of prospective publication. I.E.: you want to see Ortona out faster? Offer up some time to help with that project. I can state the evidence appears to show that neither Chas nor Perry will automatically reject anyone offering to actually help with proofing, play - testing, counter/map art proofing, coding art from Quark Express to modern digital form, coding for the eASLRB project, etc and so forth.I think the history of the game shows pretty well that big ASL projects pretty much always have an effect on other big (or even not so big) ASL projects. Basically, if MMP does an ASL Vietnam, you're going to see some juicy WW2 product pushed back about five years.
I have noticed, from any ASL publisher, help is rarely if ever, rejected out of hand.