Why? I understand not buying it, but why would you quit? That’s sort of like saying I’d never watch Caddy shack again because I hated Caddy shack 2
Col. Ty Webb
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RE: Subjective Complaints about AAZ (Zombies are stupid thread)
RE: Table top organization
I’ve always used dice. If I have enough space, I’ll put it right under the plane in the territory. I usually have the number of remaining moves showing.
As for your plane as a casualty question, we’ve always rolled all dice like that at one time. And you can choose any one you want as the casualty, so yes, you could always pick the one with the fewest remaining moves.
I know there used to be an economic victory condition in older versions, but I was wondering if any of you guys with more trigger time in FtF games have any thoughts on what one might be for this game.
It was 84 for the axis in the older game, but I think it might be a little higher than that now. Maybe the same for the allies.
Just looking for a possible way to quicken the game a little.
RE: Battle Cry!
I’ve just bought the game recently and found that it could be a great starter for potential wargamers. As frimmel said, it’s quick, fun and fairly easy to learn.
Playing this with a few friends has them at least interested in trying a game of AA41. From there, maybe 1942 or anniversary.
Arnold was an athlete then became an actor.
Do you get paid to play A&A professionally? You work out 10 hours a day to play Axis and Allies? Is the battleship piece a little too heavy to push two sea zones?
And I go through a cleanse every morning while reading a periodical, and I don’t consider myself an athlete.
Olympic athletes put on rehearsed performances in many routines, isn’t that just acting? Do their athletic skills only play as an attribute since they are acting out a routine?
Athletics are supplementary in professional wrestling? LOL!
You’re way off dude, 99.9% of all wrestlers have to be in great athletes and in great shape to even get a start in the business. The ones that are better actors get paid more. Acting skills aren’t mandatory, they’re just really nice to have.
Besides, if wrestlers are actors, then how come not one of them has ever made a decent movie?
I’d like to know your definition of an athlete if someone that puts as much training and time into as a wrestler isn’t one. :
Is the thumb wrestler not an athlete to you? The beer pong player? The yard dart thrower? The cup flipper? The paper football player?
Are these not honorable athletes?