• Test:

    Rolling with a King Tiger  :wink:

    DiceRolling 18 6-sided dice:
    4, 1, 2, 4, 3, 5, 6, 3, 5, 3, 2, 5, 4, 5, 3, 3, 1, 6


  • Wootness it worked!!  Im am definately down to play now.

    Anyone up for a 2 vs 2?  We can have 100 pt. armys for each player and we can have a large map with like 5 objectives.  I saw a 2 vs 2 game with 5 objectives once (they used all the maps from 2 starter kits and combined them together) and I thought it was pretty cool.

    Also if we would start a game, we would be able to use any pieces or would we be able to use only pieces from a certain year?  Also which map would we play and would the hexes be labeled to make moving possible?


  • I would set it up like a big chess board. You can take a piece of paper and a rule and draw maybe 15 boxes by 15 boxes. You can move via grid that way, although no online utility can really help you out.


  • This would definately be interesting to try.

    Rolls for initiative
    DiceRolling 2 6-sided dice:
    6, 1

    I would say go with something fairly simple the first time though.


  • @Der:

    This would definately be interesting to try.

    Rolls for initiative
    DiceRolling 2 6-sided dice:
    6, 1

    I would say go with something fairly simple the first time though.

    Im up for whatever.  Ill play a simple 1 vs 1 game with 75 pts armies.


  • Pretty sweet. Might be the way to go for me. Just got my first starter set from the local shop. The owner told me their was only a couple of other guys that ever bought the stuff.  :|

    How about a pdf of the regular maps done in grayscale but with numbered hexes. Then they could be printed out on a smaller scale (so you could just have a clipboard next to your computer). Troop movement could then be posted by hex-grid number and kept track of with simple pencil mark.


  • @Garfunkle:

    Pretty sweet. Might be the way to go for me. Just got my first starter set from the local shop. The owner told me their was only a couple of other guys that ever bought the stuff.  :|

    How about a pdf of the regular maps done in grayscale but with numbered hexes. Then they could be printed out on a smaller scale (so you could just have a clipboard next to your computer). Troop movement could then be posted by hex-grid number and kept track of with simple pencil mark.

    Sounds good to me.  Just get a good PDF file of the map and ill download it.  :wink:


  • @MechanizedWarfare:

    @Garfunkle:

    Pretty sweet. Might be the way to go for me. Just got my first starter set from the local shop. The owner told me their was only a couple of other guys that ever bought the stuff.  :|

    How about a pdf of the regular maps done in grayscale but with numbered hexes. Then they could be printed out on a smaller scale (so you could just have a clipboard next to your computer). Troop movement could then be posted by hex-grid number and kept track of with simple pencil mark.

    Sounds good to me.  Just get a good PDF file of the map and ill download it.  :wink:

    Yarrrrrrrrrrrrr……so no one wants to do this or what?


  • My scanner at home is too small. I would have to tile it all. I’m sending it with my wife to work so she can do it there. It’ll be a couple of days.

  • Founder TripleA Admin

    PDFs of all the maps are readily available at the avalon hill website.

    http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=ah/aam/maps

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