- Oct 7, 2004
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I recently finished up FT216 Back in Force with Curtis Brooks. He had the defending Germans vs. my attacking Americans. Set on board 23 (canal) and 51 (heavy urban). A very nice OB with a mix of troops and toys. VC is American to control 13 or more buildings while NOT losing 20 more CVP that the Germans.
A really fun urban scenario with a LOT of decisions for the attacker. Too, I had to be wary of an AT gun idden in my backfield that could un-hip and grab a VC building or two. Thanks to Curtis for his typical expert play, one of the finest players you could ever play. Additionally, he put up with a fair amount of my whining and griping from me on my inability to generate any meaningful results for a couple mid-game turns. We have really enjoyed our recent journey through the pages of Le Franc Tireur scenarios, and we’ll be looking for our next one in the coming weeks. Check out this scenario, a very worthy play, now 5-4 on ROAR. Another gem from the LFT crew.
Yep, you're probably right but I will have fun trying. Missed you while you're in the hood had I known dinner wasn't going to work I would have come buy for a visit brother. Next time you're up this way covid or not we'll arrange to push some cardboard. Best Regards!No Walt, you won't be able to do that against Tom K.
I do not know who is Tom's favorite whipping boy, you, Al, Lindsey and a host of others. You guys have got to be getting better and it certainly is good news that Tom is back and in NC making our state a center of good ASL play. I wanted to try my luck up in Gettysburg but Tom ducked me (probably was the other way around). Happy Turkey Day!FRF93 Weiner Walzer My victories were short lived as Tom took me to task in the Friendly Fire offering.