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Gorgeous AAR
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The harrowing of Prussia, beautifully aared in full color photography over at ER Bickford's aar's and blog at Blog Central over on consimworld.  One more reason we need to get I.A. up and running here.  So far there are scenarios waiting to be cataloged from 1914, The Mouse that Roared, The Chihuahua Affair and To Hell With Spain.  About 100 additional scenarios will appear in Empires Fall & Lawrence of  Arabia.
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(01-07-2016, 07:23 AM)larry marak Wrote: The harrowing of Prussia, beautifully aared in full color photography over at ER Bickford's aar's and blog at Blog Central over on consimworld.  One more reason we need to get I.A. up and running here.  So far there are scenarios waiting to be cataloged from 1914, The Mouse that Roared, The Chihuahua Affair and To Hell With Spain.  About 100 additional scenarios will appear in Empires Fall & Lawrence of  Arabia.

100% agree.
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#3
Yeah, his AAR made me want to play some IA. The scenarios from The Mouse that Roared look pretty straightforward, as do many in the regular IA book.
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(01-08-2016, 03:37 PM)J6A Wrote: Yeah, his AAR made me want to play some IA.  The scenarios from The Mouse that Roared look pretty straightforward, as do many in the regular IA book.
I suspect it would be easier to add I A data than PG data.  Company scale means fewer unit types to log.  Maps are part of the same body as P G and MPG maps.  Scenario format identical.  There are already PG scenarios that require I A maps, and I A scenarios that are played on PG maps.
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#5
Relax lads, I'll make room for them soon enough.
...came for the cardboard, stayed for the camaraderie...
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