July 23rd - Nagoya Seishonen Shukuhaku Senta

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Re: July 23rd - Nagoya Seishonen Shukuhaku Senta

Postby The Other Dave on Fri Jul 21, 2017 12:06 am

Also, YS, if you want to bring some hybrids to use in ASC that would be cool too!
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Re: July 23rd - Nagoya Seishonen Shukuhaku Senta

Postby YellowStreak on Fri Jul 21, 2017 3:30 am

The Other Dave wrote:Also, YS, if you want to bring some hybrids to use in ASC that would be cool too!

Can do!
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Re: July 23rd - Nagoya Seishonen Shukuhaku Senta

Postby YellowStreak on Fri Jul 21, 2017 3:42 am

YellowStreak wrote:
Mike the Pike wrote:@YS: Could you please help us out with BA

@All: It looks like we'll have 5 or 6 players with Armies and 1 more who'd like to join in. I'm fine helping the Japanese guys in their 2nd. edition game for at eleast one game. What, when, who would others like to play?

Sure. What do you want me to bring?

Mike - should I being Axis or Allies?
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Re: July 23rd - Nagoya Seishonen Shukuhaku Senta

Postby Mike the Pike on Fri Jul 21, 2017 8:59 am

@YS: hey mate, sorry I haven't gotten back to you. If you could please bring your Jerries that would be great. If you could do a 750pts and a 1000pts list that would be cool.

@Auxryn: Apologies to you too mate. Are you still keen to try Bolt Action again or do you have another game lined up?

@All the BA guys: if Aux and YS want to they can play a solo BA game (1000pts) and I will 'guide' the three Japanese guys through a BA 2 game or two. If one or other can't make it, they can jump in my spot (750pts of Germans) and ill ref/kibbutz/work on my Vikings.

How does that sound?
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Re: July 23rd - Nagoya Seishonen Shukuhaku Senta

Postby Cmsmi26 on Sat Jul 22, 2017 2:07 am

Ok, cool I'll try to whip up 50PL of stuff haha.

Also what is ASC?
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Re: July 23rd - Nagoya Seishonen Shukuhaku Senta

Postby The Other Dave on Sat Jul 22, 2017 2:37 am

Cmsmi26 wrote:Ok, cool I'll try to whip up 50PL of stuff haha.

Also what is ASC?

Advanced Space Crusade! Very old game that I am probably the only person in the world worried about playing. :D
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Re: July 23rd - Nagoya Seishonen Shukuhaku Senta

Postby Auxryn on Sat Jul 22, 2017 9:06 am

@Mike - I will be eager to play some Bolt Action. A 1000pt solo game with YS would be fine if he can tolerate my stumbling through it!
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Re: July 23rd - Nagoya Seishonen Shukuhaku Senta

Postby YellowStreak on Sat Jul 22, 2017 11:42 am

Auxryn wrote:@Mike - I will be eager to play some Bolt Action. A 1000pt solo game with YS would be fine if he can tolerate my stumbling through it!

No worries mate. Happy to help guide you through.
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Re: July 23rd - Nagoya Seishonen Shukuhaku Senta

Postby YellowStreak on Sun Jul 23, 2017 11:32 pm

Thanks ToD for the ASC game - it's quite different playing the 'nids!

Auxryn sorry we had to cut it short, but hope you can make Operation Bluecoat to join in the big battle!
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Re: July 23rd - Nagoya Seishonen Shukuhaku Senta

Postby The Other Dave on Mon Jul 24, 2017 12:35 am

YellowStreak wrote:Thanks ToD for the ASC game - it's quite different playing the 'nids!

It was good fun! And would have gone quite differently if I hadn't drawn the teleporter nexus for the secondary objective, I think. I'm sort of pleased that the Zoat was as scary as it was - I was hoping for something that's as scary for the marines as a terminator is for the 'nids, and (from my end at least) it certainly was. The guard were kind of unlucky to stumble onto a genestealer blip first thing too. :lol:
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