So what is the next HASL from MMP going to be?

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It is not that I am ungrateful. RF certainly fulfills my desire. However I am also a greedy guts. There are three likely candidates that I can think of - Ponyri, Manila and Normandy.

Which HASL is likely to be next?
 

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I knew there would be others which I forgot about. Dinant could be the next release.
 

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I suppose a redo of Tarawa is out of the question?
I have heard that MMP was practically giving away the final copies (i.e., it was not a huge success when released). Given that the maps were probably hand-painted (i.e., not in digital format), this is another hurdle. I'm only a noob, but a BRT reprint seems awfully unlikely to me.
 

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I have heard that MMP was practically giving away the final copies (i.e., it was not a huge success when released). ...
Wasn't that Pegasus Bridge? - could have been BR:T as well I guess.

Regardless, a redo of Tarawa (or any old HASL) would be a lot of work.
 

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I thought the next HASL was going to be CDG/ Dinnant Module. As for BRT or AbtF, only the 100 or so nut job hoarders seem to be interested in those modules.

Wasn't that Pegasus Bridge? - could have been BR:T as well I guess.

Regardless, a redo of Tarawa (or any old HASL) would be a lot of work.
 

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Wasn't that Pegasus Bridge? - could have been BR:T as well I guess.

Regardless, a redo of Tarawa (or any old HASL) would be a lot of work.
I think it was A Bridge Too Far..........however we might all be right:)

 

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Obviously I'm too new to the hobby to know, but this is what was said to me when I asked the same question (i.e., whether we would ever see a BRT reprint) a couple of years ago.
It was A BRIDGE TO FAR and perhaps PEGASUS BRIDGE as well .. by AH and not MMP. AH was going out of business.
 

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It was A BRIDGE TO FAR and perhaps PEGASUS BRIDGE as well .. by AH and not MMP. AH was going out of business.
I think it was MMP - not AH - that were selling - I still think it was PB (could have been ABtF as well) -for $5-10.

Also, IIRC, ABtF was MMP - not AH - it was published in 1999 I think - wasn't AH sold then? I could be remembering wrong.
 

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I do remember that MMP had lots of spare ABtF and BRT and reduced the price to maybe $15 each just to get rid of them.
 
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