No worries I agree with you that it’s better to know now than 6 months from now when everything is printed and distributed to the whole community. It’s a stressful time for the rules people trying to put the finishing touches on the game, especially with all that’s going on in the world around us. We all have lives outside of the game that have been disrupted and most of us have been quarantined in our homes but we are all doing our best. Thanks for helping us out not only with that but with all of the other helpful suggestions. I take everything I read from these forums plus comments on my channel and pass them along to help make it a better game. In the end it will be a game that was created with the help of the whole community. We can all take a bit of the credit for the end product.
Pheonix AZ Global War 1936 v3
I am gauging local interest in playing Historical Board Gaming’s “Global War 1936 v3” WWII game over several Saturdays as the game can take multiple 4-6 hour sessions at my house in Chandler once the Corona threat has passed. I have a dedicated Game Room in my house, so leaving it in progress is not an issue.
I have everything needed to play, except a few more players…
Any experience level or familiarity (or lack of) is fine. I will happily teach anyone the game as needed.
My house is smoke-free. I have an overly friendly Yellow Lab and 2 Cats in case allergies may be a concern.