May I ask for a review copy :P…. And perhaps get one? I could bitch and moan all day why I don’t have $10 to spare at the moment… I have the capabilities to print this map, play with my children and friends and even post action shots! I’m not a bad reviewer ether… this intrigues me to the point of begging… So… Ahem PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE!!!
Posts made by saintseanzy
RE: World War II in Europe now at HBG
RE: Maybe I don't read well. But i do not see and introduction thread :)
At-least twice a week if not more… Along with the variants
Maybe I don't read well. But i do not see and introduction thread :)
Greetings and Salutations to everyone,
I figure since I’ve lurked and learned and vast amount of game place tactics, downloaded some awesome and fun filled variants as well as iltalized many of the house rules offered by membership. It was high time I actually involve myself. Usually I’m not a joiner. message boards tend to be something I get addicted to as I’m quite the social butterfly.
Now to get the gorging details out of the way… My name Is Sean Bailey. I’m a 28 year old Journalist by trade as well as an employee for the state of Utah Alcohol control division. I also am a Freemason and sit currently as Worshipful Master Of Orient Lodge No. 15 F&AM in Green River Utah. I’m married with 2 wonderful children of 6 and 8 years of age with one on the way :). Having two sons I’ve had the pleasure of sharing some of my own personal passions for military games. Of course that encompasses a wide variety of board games as well as miniature related gaming environments.
The most pleasuring factor is the education that I’m able to give them as they play… “Dad, is this real?” “Did this really happen” and of-course “Why did it happen?” Explaining the history of our world powers and the “How and Why” those powers ether where successful or outright failures. Has allowed them to be quite the little history buffs. Expanding out into other elements of knowledge… I’ve found that patience is also something they have learned from such games. my youngest boy over a period of a year has been able to sit though a game of A&A without bringing his legos to the table, or other distracting items. Perhaps this is a blessing, as in talking to other parents this is something unheard of for there children.
Again, thank you so much for offering this social space to allow me to briefly share this with you. I hope that in that cumming times I can actually en-gauge in some contribution to the community. Share some ideas and perhaps even get the creative juices flowing.
Warmest Re-guards and Happy Battles to all,
Sean R. Bailey