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WBC participants Tue, 22 July 2014 17:38
WBC and online friends,

Sam has been kind enough to include one of my scenarios, Push to the Ruhr, in the upcoming schedule at WBC on Friday August 8th at 11 P.M. I just wanted to get an idea of who is going to be interested in playing. I plan on bringing copies of the scenario. For those of you who will be playing look me up on Thursday or Friday for a copy. Also, if there is time, I will be bringing copies of 2 other Overlord scenarios that I feel would be fun to play. Let me know if you are interested. You won't be disappointed as I feel they play out really well.

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Re:WBC participants Wed, 23 July 2014 05:34
Eric,

Being my 1st WBC, plan to play until I drop from exhaustion!! Laughing Or until my wife says enough is enough!! Razz Which ever comes 1st....

11pm...might depend on the 9pm Thursday opening match...win and later show time on Friday....lose and well...have to beat the rooster up the next morning!!

So, yes...if there is room at the table...plan to be there...Sleep? I DON"T need any stinking sleep!!
      
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Re:WBC participants Wed, 23 July 2014 07:01
Daniel (my son) and I will be there, and we'll be playing M'44 throughout. I'm looking forward to seeing a lot of you again!

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Re:WBC participants Wed, 23 July 2014 16:27
I plan on being there.
      
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Re:WBC participants Wed, 23 July 2014 18:43
I plan on wishing I was there. Laughing Shocked Rolling Eyes
      
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Re:WBC participants Wed, 23 July 2014 19:07
Great to hear from you guys. So, as of now, we have five players. Tony, Geoff, Daniel(you're going to be up way past you're bedtime), John and myself. We need three more for a full Overlord experience. Stevens, I hate to rub it in, but you're missing out on a great time. Life is short and if you're a MEM44 junkie like me you'll want to come some day.

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Re:WBC participants Wed, 23 July 2014 22:24
Isn't everything within an hour drive on the East Coast unlike out here in the Wild, Wild West of Colorado and beyond? Laughing

Just a hop, skip and jump away, just cross the border and basically in stevens backyard!!

No worries Eric, only need 2 more, sure Sam will join, not like he has anything going on at WBC!! Shocked
      
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Re:WBC participants Fri, 25 July 2014 19:36
I will be with you in spirit. Good luck and lots of fun to everybody! Cool
      
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Re:WBC participants Wed, 06 August 2014 13:41
The Eagle has landed at WBC as of yesterday, did stop in and get my badge holder and saw the man, Mr. Greenwood at the registration desk.

Overheard him mention to someone about the big 3pm announcement of the new location, not sure if I heard the actual name, but believe I heard him say it was 70 miles S/W of Pittsburgh, that should make at least LooneyLlama happy!!

Will see if I can actually get a name today....Or confirm what I heard.
      
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Re:WBC participants Wed, 06 August 2014 14:15
WBC will still be in Lancaster, PA next year.

For 2016, they announced yesterday that it will move to Seven Springs, PA, which is indeed near Pittsburgh.
      
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Re:WBC participants Wed, 06 August 2014 14:48
Ah, figures you to be in the know Sam, thanks!! Thought I heard SILVER SPRINGS, but SEVEN makes more sense!!

Yes, according for the schedule, a video playing today showcasing new location, 2pm-5pm and 6pm-7pm in Hopewell and Thursday as well, 10am-11am and 1pm-3pm and we all know where we will be at 11am Thursday!!

And yes, Looney a lucky and happy man no doubt!!

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Re:WBC participants Wed, 06 August 2014 16:14
Tony & Sam,

It was a pleasant surprise to read that WBC will be moving to Seven Springs. It's only about 1 hour away. It is a beautiful place. It is known as a ski resort but they do have a lot of summer activities. I didn't think they had a venue large enough to accommodate the people and game rooms. The main lodge is fairly big so I guess they must.

I'll be arriving on Thursday around 10 A. M. See you then.

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Re:WBC participants Wed, 06 August 2014 18:11
Seven Springs in 2016. That's interesting. I'm originally from Pittsburgh, so I have done some skiing there in the past. Its right on the route between Northern Virginia and Pittsburgh, so I could use it as an excuse to visit family (or vice versa). But that would be a longer trip for me than Lancaster.

I can't make it this year unfortunately, but will be in Lancaster at the end of August though (the corn maze of course).
      
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Re:WBC participants Thu, 07 August 2014 05:50
Ah, got my feet wet tonight at WBC with M'44, watched 2 youngsters fight it out and then was able to sit in on a single game of Montélimar, played ALLIES and prevailed, 6-3.

Happened upon Tim Hitchings and Brian, last name escapes me and Brian was kind enough to let me sit in his spot, he had other busy to attend to.

WBC reputation lives up to its name, friendly players and nice as well.

1st face to face game in probably 10 yrs and enjoyed it and definitely a different perspective! Look forward to Thursday morning, looking to be there at 9am, opening game area and kill time until 11am.

After that, walked around, walked into a back game area, group playing "Can't Stop", not a game I knew, plenty playing and having fun, saw a familiar looking face, read badge and none other than defending champ Jarrett Weintraub!!

Watched and chatted and then headed out separate ways, boy, he sure seemed wired, excitement of playing and long day I am sure!! Nice guy as well.

[Updated on: Thu, 07 August 2014 13:21]

      
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Re:WBC participants Thu, 07 August 2014 21:24
Thursday in full swing, got here about 9:30 am, encountered Sam1812, Tank Commander and Gheintze, sat and chatted with them and then Sam and I had battle at Bretelwood, I came out ahead, 6-4, practice for his next BGG match.

Met up with the 11am D-Day Landing intro session and met a few more online guys, LooneyLlama chief among them and played a 3 map game, think it was Omaha, Gold and Juno, AXIS took a 37-19 victory, lots to do and think about!!

Good time and Richard Borg very friendly and down to Earth, pleasure sitting in on that match.

[Updated on: Thu, 07 August 2014 21:25]

      
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Re:WBC participants Sat, 09 August 2014 03:24
Day One/Night One Report: Mulligan Round

Pegasus Bridge or "That looks like a good place to land our gliders"

After a fun day with D-Day Landings, met for the 8pm demo of M'44 and a few of us helped Sam explain the finer points of the game and I had the pleasure of doing so with DOW rep Madison and her friend Tara. Basically told her to kill their enemy before they killed them!!

From there, off to the Mulligan Round and after having the pleasure of meeting Madison and Tara, was a bit disappointed that Carey was nowhere to be found, guess not that kind of Mulligan Round!! Good thing I brought my golf hat.

After a brief intro by some guy named Richard Borg, he sure seemed to know a lot about the game and a word from GM Sam and a bit of matchmaking fun, we were finally matched up and ready for WAR!!

I drew one John T. Kirk, online name Falkirk I believe and no relation to James T., no questions about who he is, well, except from Daniel perhaps.

This a new and updated version of PB, British VS German, terrain control on bridges, a bunker, yes, a bunker, Supported Armor, Regular Armor, A Knight in Shining Armor, wait, wrong game, a single Armor, all British Commandos, new terrain placements, late war SWA's, SUL Brits, get the pic?

Anywho, I had ALLIES 1st game and won 5-3, but seeing those Armor coming your way, especially after John parked one on PB, adds a new dimension to the scenario as well as the terrain placements and new units, exciting.

Managed to win after playing RECON 1, moving a 2 fig to cover and drawing a BARRAGE and then finishing a 1 fig John had retreated.

2nd game was just as spirited as the 1st, plenty of back and forth action and I outlasted John, 5-4, though he had and excellent chance to split the match after capturing the BUNKER objective and having BARRAGE in hand to get my single Armor unit.

John a good opponent, fun time, match conversation just as good as the match, just my night.

Good 1st day of competition at my 1st WBC and off to bed knowing I had advanced to Round 2. John and I both mised the fact that ALLIES were COMMANDOS and could move 2 and attack, oops, but played it the same on both sides, will attribute it to 1st day, 1st time WBC jitters for me!!

[Updated on: Sat, 09 August 2014 09:09]

      
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Re:WBC participants Sat, 09 August 2014 04:05
Day Two Report: Round 2

Started the day at 9am by meeting John/Johniks/Tank Commander for a quick 1 V 1, 12 medal game of D-Day Landings, forget which one, great game and enjoyed the action of fighting for control on the beaches and trying to get help to the front for support. John won 12-9, but was a good battle and came down to the end. BTW, John has customized his sets that make things extremely easy to play.

Sainte-Mére Église or "A Little Bit of Heaven on Earth"

Once again, updated version with all of the same or most of the updated features and units of the 1st scenario for SME and the 2 center towns and church serving as a terrain control objective for the ALLIES, having to occupy all 3 hexes.

After more matchmaking dancing, another intro by Richard Borg and Sam, hmmmm, we once again were paired up and I drew one Daniel Long, doesn't play much or at all online from what he said and we were all set for Round 2.

I had the ALLIES in the 1st game and Dan and I fought it out in the center the 1st few turns, dice not doing well and things went B and F there until we each killed some units and I never did capture and hold the 3 majority hex objective of SME, prayer wasn't answered there!!

Managed to finish the game with a 2-2-2, get the final 2 kills on a 1 fig unit with 2d and a 3 fig unit with 6d with no retreat, 6-4 me.

2nd game was much the same for Dan, he just didn't have the dice or cards in both games and after more B and F again, my cards and dice much too good and once again ended the game with a 2-2-2 and again took the game at 6-4.

Nice game and match with Dan, enjoyed it and good player with not much luck today to start his day.

Off to Round 3 from there and to see what was in store for me.

[Updated on: Sat, 09 August 2014 04:15]

      
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Re:WBC participants Sat, 09 August 2014 04:41
Day Two Report:

Sword Beach or "Live by the Sword Beach, Die by the Sword Beach"

Ah, here I was at Round 3, better than I had hoped for and as I would soon find out, as good as it was to get, no offense to Jack Nicholson!!

Again, after our customary matchmaking dance and briefing, from the same 2 guys as before, I am suspecting they know a little something about the game and belong there, hmmmm.....

This time I drew a known name, the one and only Gareth Williams aka Van Voort/Willphe online and apparently in person as well and off we went to Round 3!

In this version of Sword Beach, introduced to the scenario were a Destroyer, Landing Craft, Hobbart Funnies/Petards, Big Guns, Supported Infantry, more terrain control objective and of course fun!!

1st game, as the title of this report will attest, Vv started with a BARRAGE, targeted my BIG GUNS and BAM!! 2 grenade, gone in this version, apparently grenades work just as well in the future as they did the past!!

From that opening salvo, things just went and please follow along,

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Just a little visual to get my point across!! LOL! Vv played very well in both games, 6-2, 6-3 win for him. Forgot to remove my kid gloves from my earlier matches and he went with his MAN GLOVES!!

The only thing that made this beating enjoyable was listening to Vv give his color commentary in his native language and using turn of phrases not heard on this side of the pond on a daily basis and just enjoyed his little comments and touches in describing the action.

Well done to Vv, good luck to those that went forward and will show in 30 minutes to enjoy the OL Midnight Madness and to get the final results and who walked away as the VICTOR!!

[Updated on: Sat, 09 August 2014 09:14]

      
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Re:WBC participants Sat, 09 August 2014 05:59
Here at Midnight Madness OL, Push to the Roer or is it Rear?

CONGRATS to Geoff Heintzelman, apologies if misspelled, the VICTOR of WBC 2014 and to Micheal Shea, 2nd place!!

And to all the others that advanced as well, fun times.

In OL, Manuel and Jonathan , David and myself and John and Jim and Eric C and Sam as CInC....let the killing begin!!

Killing did commence and ALLIES pulled out the victory, 17-11, after 3 hours or so, fun and tough scenario, enjoyed the company and atmosphere.

Thanks to Eric/Looney Llama for the design of the scenario, 1st OL in person and hope to do at least one more tomorrow.

[Updated on: Sat, 09 August 2014 09:20]

      
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Re:WBC participants Sat, 09 August 2014 10:01
Thanks for your résumé Tony.
Congrats to the new winner and also to Vanvoort and all the others involved.
Give them my regards.
Boy did I had long and hard days at work this week, knowing the place to be was at the WBC.
J.
      
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Re:WBC participants Mon, 11 August 2014 04:06
Day Three Report:

Overlords and Operation: Neptune or "Little Brother, BIG BROTHER"

Thanks JJAZ, figured a little briefing the next best thing to being there!!

After the tense competition of the day before and and daring exploits of BG Heintzelman, he lost in the Mulligan around, he showed his mettle and then went and captured some medals and came out on top at Juno Beach after navigating his way from Pegasus, to SME, Sword, Gold, Omaha and Juno Beaches. No doubt a proud father and son moment for Geoff and his son Daniel.

Saturday started without me, can you believe the nerve to those guys!! Wife came along on the trip and had to get back to being a husband 1st, gamer 2nd, but appreciate her patience and understanding in letting a grown man play at wargames with grown men and some boys, some of that did quite well btw.

Schedule was OL: Rzhev at 10am, Operation: Neptune at 2p and OL: Peleliu Landings at 8p. Missed out on the 1st 2, but was able to make the last one that evening.

According to those there, fun had at both the earlier games and as for the 6 map set up of ON, Sam said about 20+ people showed for that one, including a female player, I saw the picture, though she didn't partake in the actual tournament.

Good to see that more female players showing up and taking part and as those of us online saw over at BGG and those that saw 1st hand at the 2014 French Open, Aurelie aka AiW, very accomplished and a good player and a few younger ones as well that showed well in tournament, one that even proclaimed himself a "strategic genius", proven by his two 2-0 sweeps to start and then youth not served when he encountered 2-time champ Joe Harrison in Rd 3, the round of my demise as well.

As for the OL: Peleliu Landings, I was CinC of the Allies and joined by David, Lee and Jim Vs Sam as CinC of the AXIS along with Eric M., Eric C., and Manuel/Jonathan.

Thought we had a good shot when I played A/P on 4 back row ARMOR, leaving only 1, 2, 1, & 1. Not to be, Sam and Company proved too strong, 13-6, some well played cards and some misses on our end that might have kept in close, didn't and game over, but fun.

From there, SLAPSHOT along with 200 other, Sam being my introduction to the game and a riot, HOCKEY PLAYERS!!

Was great 1st experience, hope to do it again, perhaps next year since I now know my way around 1/2 off Pennsylvania!! LOL!

Great to put faces to several online players, Sam1812, Tank Commander, Gheintze, LooneyLlama, JakFlak, Delawyvern (sp), Van Voort, Gonzoj, Timor, Warbanner, if I missed someone, apologies and great to meet all or most of the other players.

Thanks to Sam for his organizational skills, to Richard Borg for his unassuming ways and for partaking in WBC and for his advise on the ice cream at the Strasburg Creamery, darn good! Didn't make it to The Brassier (sp) for the prime rib sandwich and beer on the rocks or to Jenny's Diner for the short stack!! Perhaps next year.....

Well, sorry to bore....everyone can now wake up and get back to their day!!!

[Updated on: Mon, 11 August 2014 12:10]

      
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Re:WBC participants Mon, 11 August 2014 04:48
Thanks for the great reports on the activities of WBC! Sounds like a fun time. Cool
      
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Re:WBC participants Tue, 12 August 2014 06:42
Tony, thanks for the briefing! It was ALMOST like being there lol. Maybe next year!

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Re:WBC participants Tue, 12 August 2014 16:38
Well, I might as well chime in here...

Left my house on Thur at 4:30am and arrived at the Host shortly after 8am.

A bit after 9am I played Geoff (gheintze) at Omaha Beach. We both won as the Germans and Geoff won the match by 5 figs (we both had 9 medals). It was great playing against Geoff and converse with him. A class act indeed.

11am US 3 Map Demo:

I observed the D-Day 3 map US demo having elected to sit out that one to allow another player room at the table. I took some notes of the Omaha section of the battle and it was not pretty for the US (10 to 1 German after Turn 6 which helped the Germans to a 22 to 8 overall lead). By the end game the US improved to a 14 to 7 score but it was too little too late for the good guys. In this case, the Allies would have had to pull back and try again in 1945.

3pm Brit 3 Map Demo:

This time I run Sword Beach along with help from another player. We wipe out a Big Gun on our 4th turn and get beach control on Turns 5, 6 and 7. We are tied at the end of T 7, 10 to 10. we push on and get a 15 to 11 lead by the end of turn 10. The Allies win this one soon after.

After this I check into my hotel and take a supper and nap break.

I take my Mulligan Round match (after barely getting an opponent) 7 (25) to 5 (19) in Pegasus Bridge. I had a chance for a sweep here as my armor was moved into position to really hurt the Allied infantry but I only got 4 hits with 18 shots over two turns. I then lost one panzer to two 2d attacks-ouch!! but my Mulligan round perfect match record is still intact and best thing is, I can sleep in a little on Friday.

Friday

9am: I play Tony (gonzalan) in D-Day Gold sceanrio. Shortly after we start, I tell Tony it will be tough for the Germans to win here. Well, Tony nearly does just that. I have a bear of a time clearing out the German infantry from the bunker on my left and finally do so on my 5th turn which makes it a 5 to 4 game in the Germans favor. But Tony brings up additional troops and regains Beach Control on my left and at the end of turn 7 leads 9 to 2. The end game features a dance of death on the German right / allied left. It goes back and forth and at the end of turn 9 it is a 9 to 9 game. On my next to last turn I only have to flag or kill a panzer to gain Beach Control on my left and in the center and thus win. I can do neither and the score stands at 11 to 9 German. Tony cannot manage a kill and later discovers he overlooked a 1 fig infantry of mine in the ocean which could have been fired on by his Big Guns but they fired elsewhere instead. I get another turn and my freshly drawn DHQ lines up 4 units to fire on that panzer. I only need one 2d attack to flag the panzers back and give me the win-whew!! Tony played great and really put me through the wringer here. Thank you Tony for the great game.

Memoir '44 tournament

11am Rd 2

A 14 year old opponent who played as well as he could but I got in a 6 (26) to 2 (18) win as the US against him. I nearly had a sweep in game two which ended up as a 5 (24) to 6 (21) affair. So a Match win of 11 (50) to 8 (39) for me. But another chance at a sweep slips through my hands and now I am thinking I cannot worry about record tiebreakers, i just need to keep winning matches.

1pm Rd 3

A 15 year old this time-lol. He proves to be a tough opponent and i was lucky to get in a good 6 (19) to 2 (14) game 1 as I lost game 2, 4 (19) to 6 (20). Another Match win, 10(38) to 8 (34), but I feel I am living on the razors edge here. I am not in the groove and surely out of my comfort zone. Either it is a struggle to the Finals or the hammer will drop on me before then.

3pm Rd 4

Well, then hammer dropped.....

Game 1:

I look at my starting German hand and see all probes along with one attack and only 1 center card - yuck. My opponent plays in order: 2-2-2, Move Out, Left Assault, Counter Attack to my TFH (he rolled 3 stars and two infantry to my two infantry), 2-0-2, Center Assault, Close Assault and Infantry Assault. A total of 37 units ordered (inc 8 with a +1 fire bonus) over 7 turns to my 16. My center arty was wiped out with a total of 7 dice. In spite of all this the game was tied 3 to 3 after turn 7. I got a 4th kill and should have gotten a 5th and may have pulled out a win but my end game dice went totally into the tank. A 4 (19) to 6 (18) result. A few less good cards for the Allies and a few more into my hand and.....

Game 2:

The best card I had was DHQ and I had problems getting into postion to hurt the defenders. Meanwhile my units were steadily getting picked apart. By mid game I had five infantry at 2 figs or less across the board. One of my Mortar tanks destroyed the center bunker but my 18 dice against the center arty (inc 2 from AIR POWER and overall 6 dice only got me 1 hit with this card) all missed. I just could not fire off many dice and missed too often. I could only manage a 3 (16) to 6 (23) result and I was swept from Rd 4. WBC '15 anyone?

11pm

A team OL game - Push to the Roer.

After a day of competing it was a nice change of pace to sit down to this. A great game. I played the Allied right and in spite of great cards did little damage to the defenders. I then got chewed up and things looked lost when a Tiger appeared in my area. But things turned a bit as I took out some 88s and a panzer was killed off too. This left the Tiger which could not be eliminated but it did littel damage in return. The other FGs did well and soon we had a thrilling win.

I had checked in from time to time to see the progress in the Finals and congrats to Goeff on such a great run and a well deserved 1st place finsih.

I finally bedded down sometime close to 3am after the team OL.


Sat am

I sat in at the tail end of a Rzhev OL game whereour Germans took that one.

We had some time before the 6 map D-Day game demo so we changed sides and I was the center FG and CinC. I had some very good cards and luck smiled on our side. I used two BELs to gain 3 medals for our side. We took out most of the panzers and had a big edge on our left and center. We did not finish but agreed the Russians were in a winning position.

A large number of players showed up for the Big One-lol. I decided to step aside to allow another player a chance to game here. I went up to the open gaming area and played D-Day Utah with Geoff and his son. Another exciting game as the Allies took out both Big Guns and exited two units off the side board road for 2 medals there. I did get my armor to my left and it was a near run thing. By the end of the 8th turn it was a 10 to 10 game. I could only hope that I could take out two units on what would be my last turn and did just that-whew!! That father son team proved to be very tough and I was lucky I won that one. Great playing against both of you.

After that, I returned to the D-Day demo and assisted
a player on the Allied side. I then stepped in to fill an empty spot on the German side as that player had to leave. I had just helped my opponent to setup a devasting Armor Assault attack on my own troops-lol. Well, the Allies overall were not doing well, but I made a bit of a comeback on my beach. It was not enough as the Germans prevailed in the end.

Now it was a bit after 6pm and my WBC was over. Time to pack up, gas up and grad a bite to eat before my trip back home.

All in all, a great time (just wish my tournament run was deeper although an 8th place is not bad).

Hope to do this at least one more time in 2015 before the big move.










[Updated on: Tue, 12 August 2014 16:38]

      
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Re:WBC participants Fri, 22 August 2014 05:44
Just a little photo and video montage of our visit to WBC 2014. Should be able to read caption by scrolling over with cursor and video should play even though no image associated with it....or at least I think so!!

If I didn't get everyone or most everyone correct, tried my best to remember who was who....


http://s1327.photobucket.com/user/gonzalan62/story/104015

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Re:WBC participants Fri, 22 August 2014 05:52
I'm afraid the link didn't work. Anyone know what might be wrong? I would love to see it! Very Happy
      
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Re:WBC participants Fri, 22 August 2014 05:58
Hmmm...try now, think had the link as private
      
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Re:WBC participants Fri, 22 August 2014 07:57
Great Photo's Tony, and thank you for putting lightning racer in there. Cool
Two of the best wooden roller coasters out there! Great memories for me

Oh, and the gaming looks interesting too. Embarassed Very Happy
      
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Re:WBC participants Fri, 22 August 2014 13:20
Looks like a good time. Maybe next year I might be able to go. I attend a couple of small conventions in the St Louis area, one of them put on by the Big Muddy Historical Gamers Alliance.(Big Muddy is another name for the Missouri River).

      
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Re:WBC participants Tue, 26 August 2014 19:01
Thank you for graciously teaching us the game! I feel like i have a much better handle on it now! Smile
      
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Re:WBC participants Tue, 26 August 2014 23:45
madison wrote on Tue, 26 August 2014 11:01

Thank you for graciously teaching us the game! I feel like i have a much better handle on it now! Smile



Ah, you are much too kind, sure you knew more than you let on about!! Or are a quick study on your own and put that knowledge to use at GenCon 2014!! Unless there is more than one of you......
      
    
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