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    WW2 Table top wargame, Too Fat Lardies Chain of Command

    As a stepping stone to get into tabletop in wargames for my son and I, I picked up a copy of Chain of Command. I had looked into Battlefront but after watching some videos went with CoC instead.

    Now to get more 20mm/1:72 figures. I would love to do 28mm but the vehicle choices are fewer and get expensive quick in comparison.

    I will keep you up-to-date once we start to play.

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    I miss the old Avalon Hill WWII games like Squad Leader, Tank Leader, Battle of the Bulge...etc. I was introduced to them when I was in Middle School and they were a perfect level of historical fact and replay ability. The rules could get a little complicated at times but not so bad to discourage new players.

    I'll have to check out these new tabletop games and see if they can spark of old interest in WWII war gaming.
    "When you are asked if you can do a job, tell 'em, 'Certainly I can!' Then get busy and find out how to do it." - Theodore Roosevelt

    Feedback Link - https://www.mcarterbrown.com/forum/b...del-s-feedback

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      #3
      Axis & Allies is my favorite
      LINK TO FEEDBACK:
      https://www.mcarterbrown.com/forum/b...ogg-s-feedback

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        #4
        I bought the same rule set but never ended up using them....I do play Bolt Action from time to time.

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          #5
          Originally posted by Grendel View Post
          I miss the old Avalon Hill WWII games like Squad Leader, Tank Leader, Battle of the Bulge...etc. I was introduced to them when I was in Middle School and they were a perfect level of historical fact and replay ability. The rules could get a little complicated at times but not so bad to discourage new players.

          I'll have to check out these new tabletop games and see if they can spark of old interest in WWII war gaming.
          still have one games think its squad leader

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