And that would suck worse than one of Psycho's 80's videos posted from U-tube.I don't know a lot about SCW, but reading some notes from MMP's Guadalajara we might need about 20 new squads (Carlist, anarchist, Phalangist, Philanthropist, Polygamist...)
Both sound good.Why not both??
I went with Korea as LfT already did a nice little series on The Spanish Civil War.
Plus, I know almost ZERO, NADA, ZILCH about the Korean War and an ASL module might pique my interest to the point where I actually might read a book or two on the topic.
actually the SCW featured few weird tanks, there were a number of homegrown tanks/tankettes, armored cars but these were to rare to really justify counterization.Silly statement, given that there were no tank to tank encounters in Korea...
Might be refereshing to have some scenarios that don't have a garage worth of weird tanks...
I would add:I picked Korea. Been reading the book by Max Hastings (The Korean War) and just started another small one called Colder than Hell. Hasting's book is on a grand political scale whereas Colder than Hell is more of a battlefield memior.
A Korean module would be a nice addition to the product line.