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Hello from Guy Farrish

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Hello from Guy Farrish

Post  Guy on Wed Jan 21, 2009 12:07 am

Having just posted a reply to another introduction it occurred to me I hadn't bothered to introduce myself yet - very remiss.

I've been wargaming since 1972 and saw Kriegsspiel, like Bob Cordery at COW (Conference of Wargamers) in the early 80s demonstrated by Bill Leeson. Although I've only played a few 'formal' Reisswitz style games the idea of Free Kriegsspiels grabbed my attention very strongly and I have found them to be probably the most satisfying types of wargame I have played, although I still indulge in a variety of other forms. I owe a huge debt to many of the people I see on this forum for the enjoyment and enlightenment they have brought my way via Kriegsspiel.
Having been (pleasantly) inveigled into PBEM free Kriegsspiel by Paddy Griffith I am working on a couple of ideas for games - watch this space.
Guy Farrish

PS I know I shouldn't, but I have to ask WHAT is 'Game X'?
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Re: Hello from Guy Farrish

Post  henridecat on Wed Jan 21, 2009 9:34 am

Game X has been created to run an as yet unnamed game on the forum, but no one has volunteered to run one. Crying or Very sad

If anybody wants to volunteer let me know.
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