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 Post subject: Looking For One Yank - Large Battle
PostPosted: Tue May 20, 2003 4:12 pm 
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Five battles just cleared my card so I'm looking for one more large battle. Not Antietam nor Second Bull Run, and my WIN95 won't support Campaign Corinth nor Ozarks. I'll be gone 13 of the first 16 days of June plus I'm not as fast as I used to be (getting old and riding side saddle). I have my eye on a version that I haven't played before, BG4 Shiloh with the variable entries with 5 Reb wins and 6 Yank wins in the books (I don't think that it should be that difficult for the Rebs to win unless you'd like to prove me wrong - again). All options on. Will listen to other offers. Don't play me if you prefer a strictly historical game because I'm subject to trying any strategy. I'm also subject to jawing a lot - about anything. I'll bring my "A" game which has come close to beating the artificial intelligence a time or two.

Gen Ned Simms
CSA Western Theater Cdr


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A brave soul has decided to try and show me the error of my ways at BG4 Shiloh. He thinks that I'm still in Corinth but my boys have in mind chowing down on some Yankee bacon for breakfast. Accordingly, this challenge has been taken and my boys will be preoccupied along the Tennessee River (and Antietam Creek, and Chickamauga Creek, and at a little town called Gettysburg where the shoes must have been made out of hippopotemus hides judging from the blisters that they've caused).

Gen Ned Simms
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Gettysburg Campaign game good enough for you?


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