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Gentlemen, I am currently assisting in the development of a Sangshak project for BFP. Eventually this will have a HASL map, CG and 20+ scenarios. At this juncture, we are focusing on the geo board scenarios and searching for individuals who might be interested in this fascinating prelude to the Kohima/Imphal battle, in order to do some playtesting. Live and or Live/VASL preferred. For these scenarios, which as stated above, are geo-board scenarios, there is no need for VASL extensions of special pieces. Your normal British/Japanese kit will get you there. If you are interested, please IM me in private here on Gamesquad, and I will be happy to field all inquires.
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Carl Nogueira
 

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Gentlemen, I am currently assisting in the development of a Sangshak project for BFP. Eventually this will have a HASL map, CG and 20+ scenarios. At this juncture, we are focusing on the geo board scenarios and searching for individuals who might be interested in this fascinating prelude to the Kohima/Imphal battle, in order to do some playtesting. Live and or Live/VASL preferred. For these scenarios, which as stated above, are geo-board scenarios, there is no need for VASL extensions of special pieces. Your normal British/Japanese kit will get you there. If you are interested, please IM me in private here on Gamesquad, and I will be happy to field all inquires.
Thanks for your time,
Carl Nogueira
Carl, I can help edit as needed, but as you well know, CG's are not my cuppa. -- jim
 

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Carl, I can help edit as needed, but as you well know, CG's are not my cuppa. -- jim
Jim, we won't be playtesting the CG for some time. What we are looking at right now are the geo-board scenarios. Getting those play tested.
The CG rules are close, actually, but the map is still being worked on. These are stand alone going into the pack.
 

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Good call picking this battle. For starters, it covers the use of Gurkha Paratroopers! As to the need for any new counters, having read Harry Seaman's account of the battle, I think you could consider ... elephants!
 

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The elephants weren’t in the battle. They were used to haul the mountain guns
 

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Gentlemen, I am currently assisting in the development of a Sangshak project for BFP. Eventually this will have a HASL map, CG and 20+ scenarios. At this juncture, we are focusing on the geo board scenarios and searching for individuals who might be interested in this fascinating prelude to the Kohima/Imphal battle, in order to do some playtesting. Live and or Live/VASL preferred. For these scenarios, which as stated above, are geo-board scenarios, there is no need for VASL extensions of special pieces. Your normal British/Japanese kit will get you there. If you are interested, please IM me in private here on Gamesquad, and I will be happy to field all inquires.
Thanks for your time,
Carl Nogueira
Seriously Carl, sounds like a very worthy project and wish you and Chas well in bringing this to the ASL Community.

I will definitely purchase a copy, Vic.
 

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that is ok, just imagine: pack counters on elephants! the backside of the counter could be camels...
Or guys with brooms. We are in an elephant free zone here gentlemen. ;-)
 

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Seriously Carl, sounds like a very worthy project and wish you and Chas well in bringing this to the ASL Community.

I will definitely purchase a copy, Vic.
Tip of the hat to Keith Hathaway, who has been doing the research/original concept on this. He has really done his homework. So much so that the Kohima museum in Britain has asked him to do a presentation on the campaign virtually.
 

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Tip of the hat to Keith Hathaway, who has been doing the research/original concept on this. He has really done his homework. So much so that the Kohima museum in Britain has asked him to do a presentation on the campaign virtually.
that is great. would he be willing and/or able to record and post to YouTube or something? I'd like to hear it
 
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