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I found my Kursk order
#11
My order for Red Desert Nomonhan, 1939 was from 6/20/2007, over 10.5 years ago! Sad
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#12
As much as I would love to support AP, I have bought everything or come by it after market
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#13
(12-21-2017, 11:53 AM)JayTownsend Wrote: Yeah, when I went and checked, AP owes me a lot of games & product outstanding:

* Land Cruisers
* Lawrence of Arabia
* Road to Dunkirk
* Fire on the Steppe
* South Pacific
* Red Desert
* Die-cut counters for Pusan: Korean War
* Die-cut counters for Conquest of Ethiopia
* The new Maple Leaf Brigade book & die-cut counters
* The new La Campagne de Tunisie book & Die-cut counters
* And mostly likely some other Gold-Club Enhancements that go with the above.

It makes it hard for me to order more until AP catches up a bit?

* Lawrence of Arabia
* Fall of Empires
* Road to Dunkirk
* Fire on the Steppe
* Die-cut counters for Conquest of Ethiopia 
* The Potato Wars
* And mostly likely some other Gold-Club Enhancements that go with the above.

And yet, I keep sending them money...go figure.
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#14
Well... nothing exciting on the PG front...when the lights should be on !
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#15
They still have my support because I was one of the original Kursk pre orders and they not only honored it but after they split the game into two they sent me both. I doubt I would have been able to get them otherwise. All I have outstanding now is the game that was centered on the 1866 Lissa campaign. That is 10 years old as well. Also when I had the funds to get Plan Z and one of the sheets was slightly off they sent a new one very quick.
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#16
Of course, Zaarin. It is all about the choices of the editorial policy.
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#17
Was land cruisers actually expanded or did it just get upgraded counters. I was confused about that.
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#18
It says 10 scenarios so I assume they are the same as before. One difference is the counters are now die-cut; not sure if there are others.
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#19
Mike indicated there would be more background.
No "minor" country left behind...
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