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Post  tungstenfish33 on Fri Oct 04, 2013 12:45 am

Makes sense.

I would love to play this at a Con. Did I hear from somewhere that you ran it at a con recently?

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Post  MJ1 on Fri Oct 04, 2013 5:42 pm

I run these types of games quite frequently. It is usually easier in person and you can get a good game done in around 4 hours if you have the umpires to help. So the game we are trying to run here I would normally have an umpire per player and they would help run the game for me. I am trying to do all the roles, but have advantage of doing a turn every few days at most.

This game I ran twice in the UK but never in America.

At H Con this year I ran a game just on the City Fighting in Hue, and ran that in the UK twice as well.

Not sure what I will do at H Con next year. I might return to the valley campaign or do a WW2 Sealion game I have run in the UK a few times and has played well. Think I am leaning towards that, but not sure Americans will be into Sealion but who knows...


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Post  tungstenfish33 on Fri Oct 04, 2013 8:15 pm

MJ1 wrote:I run these types of games quite frequently. It is usually easier in person and you can get a good game done in around 4 hours if you have the umpires to help. So the game we are trying to run here I would normally have an umpire per player and they would help run the game for me. I am trying to do all the roles, but have advantage of doing a turn every few days at most.

This game I ran twice in the UK but never in America.

At H Con this year I ran a game just on the City Fighting in Hue, and ran that in the UK twice as well.

Not sure what I will do at H Con next year. I might return to the valley campaign or do a WW2 Sealion game I have run in the UK a few times and has played well. Think I am leaning towards that, but not sure Americans will be into Sealion but who knows...


I'm 100% sure there are tons of gamers over here who would love to play Sealion. I'd play.

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Post  MJ1 on Sun Oct 06, 2013 4:26 pm

tungstenfish33 wrote:
MJ1 wrote:I run these types of games quite frequently. It is usually easier in person and you can get a good game done in around 4 hours if you have the umpires to help. So the game we are trying to run here I would normally have an umpire per player and they would help run the game for me. I am trying to do all the roles, but have advantage of doing a turn every few days at most.

This game I ran twice in the UK but never in America.

At H Con this year I ran a game just on the City Fighting in Hue, and ran that in the UK twice as well.

Not sure what I will do at H Con next year. I might return to the valley campaign or do a WW2 Sealion game I have run in the UK a few times and has played well. Think I am leaning towards that, but not sure Americans will be into Sealion but who knows...

I'm 100% sure there are tons of gamers over here who would love to play Sealion.  I'd play.    
Well looks like I will be bringing the UK maps to run Sealion and the battle around Bucks Green. Lets hope I can make it to H Con again...

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Post  sean b on Sun Oct 06, 2013 9:07 pm

MJ1 wrote:
tungstenfish33 wrote:
MJ1 wrote:I run these types of games quite frequently. It is usually easier in person and you can get a good game done in around 4 hours if you have the umpires to help. So the game we are trying to run here I would normally have an umpire per player and they would help run the game for me. I am trying to do all the roles, but have advantage of doing a turn every few days at most.

This game I ran twice in the UK but never in America.

At H Con this year I ran a game just on the City Fighting in Hue, and ran that in the UK twice as well.

Not sure what I will do at H Con next year. I might return to the valley campaign or do a WW2 Sealion game I have run in the UK a few times and has played well. Think I am leaning towards that, but not sure Americans will be into Sealion but who knows...

I'm 100% sure there are tons of gamers over here who would love to play Sealion.  I'd play.    
Well looks like I will be bringing the UK maps to run Sealion and the battle around Bucks Green. Lets hope I can make it to H Con again...
Mark, I'd be up for it too--I'm sure it would be a blast!

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