Dude, no offense was meant whatsoever.� I was not knocking you or Koreans at all (I’ve even been to the ROK, and loved it).� It’s just the first thing that jumps in my head these days, given that we have a crazy dictator actively threatening nuclear war named Kim.
I’m not offended at all RJ, just letting everyone know who I am. It was also bad in the late 60’s when the name Kim became a common girls name (short for Kimberly), then if they didn’t know, they thought I was a girl. In H.S. I got put in an all girls health education class, which I thought was great! I still get mail to Ms. Kim Young :lol:
Kim (white, non-Korean male 8-)
For what it’s worth, I know a Korean named Robert E. Lee.
In my experience the game is only playable by replacing ALL land and air units with chips bar the single infantry atop each stack. Even then it can still get crowded with units of 4 or 5 nations sometimes piling into a small tt.
So for me a future version needs a few more infantry each and drop all the other land unit minis; and a big pile of extra chips, a different colour for each unit type.
More likely a second edition will feature something along the lines of task force cards & markers; AH is not going to admit to the redundancy of plastic minis. Blow up boxes are a no-no.
I might paint my pieces, but only in national colours. Being able to identify a unit is more important than authentic camouflage or uniform colour.
However I prefer a muted mat finish, with dry-brushed weathering effects added on. A custom board will determine if I keep the official colour scheme - the Great East Prussia Question may well determine that.