Good deal gentlemen. I will get it logged in. Remember guys, only one month left. End of July, so we need to pick up the pace.In a short and bloody WO16 Wildcat Strike, Jim Fardette's Japanese defeated Randy Rossi's Americans. Both sides rolled plenty of snakes, but the Japanese got them while shooting and the Americans got them while taking MCs. A combo sniper/TH Hero killed a Sherman, pushing the Americans close to the CVP limit and Randy conceded not long after. As always, Randy is a great guy to play against and didn't grumble when the dice got away from him. Will gladly play him again anytime, and since he doesn't live too far away that may happen over a paper map.
I think my opponent fell off the face of the earth lol.
This is the 2nd time you have done this. I told you that my computer died and I had to replace it and to give me a couple of weeks but that didn't stop you from posting that I was not responding to you. I took that.
I told you last week that my job was switching my schedule from evenings to night shift and back again. I have no control over my employer other than quitting and I cannot do that at this moment. You said no problem we would find time to play, that was on June 19th.
On June 27th I sent you an e-mail asking if you could play during the daytime, you said you could.
Yesterday, July 3rd, I gave you some dates that we could play, you did not respond.
This is all okay though as I no longer wish to play you. You are a very needy person that needs to be scratched constantly.
Jim Traver concedes to Scott Holtz, period.
HtH is very bloody. Especially if paired with the right DR.Vic Rosso proved himself to be the better jungle fighter in our playing of FrF 72, the Mubo Decision, banzaiing his reinforcements into position with minimal loss. I used to know that one should not advance into a jungle hex with a lowly Japanese hs with an elite sq and ldr; I relearned the lesson the hard way.