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    grimwolfuk
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    Coming in 2019

    Ghost Ops Campaign – Call for Additional Players Soon

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    #1351080

    templar007
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    I’ll have to load that up and dust off my online skills.

     

    Is the clan Xbox or PS4?

    #1351111

    grimwolfuk
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    It will be for PC as Arma 3 was mainly a PC game, especially for the modding community.  Arma is just a little aside from the main hobby, we might be looking at a Clan for Division 2 when that drops as well. If we do they we will set up a Discord channel for communication.

    #1351139

    grimwolfuk
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    An interesting resource for gaming.

    #1351158

    oriskany
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    A few more offerings:

    Sitrep_Oriskany_07Sitrep_Oriskany_06Sitrep_Oriskany_08Sitrep_Oriskany_09Sitrep_Oriskany_10

    #1351170

    stvitusdancern
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    @templar007 love the shirt! What’s is that playing in the background?😉  Thank you for your support!

    #1351172

    suetoniuspaullinus
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    Time for some pics 😬

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    #1351173

    stvitusdancern
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    @warzan I think it would be great for it to have it’s own. Because a part of modern is not historical bit based on historical units put into fictional scenarios. I think we are on the cusp of a big push towards Modern gaming.

    #1351186

    warzan
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    Cool @stvitusdancern we can make a plan around this week when you get here 🙂

    Enjoy the flight and see you soon!

    #1351187

    stvitusdancern
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    @warzan will do . See you soon and a bottle of Kentucky Bourbon coming your way. 😀 I wonder if it is good with Chinese food?

    #1351188

    warzan
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    be still my beating heart @stvitusdancern lol

    god knows I could do with some shots of that 🙂

    #1351252

    darthcheese
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    New Wargames Illustrated has a series of articles about modern wargaming.

    #1351257

    grimwolfuk
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    The Contents of March Issue of Wargames Illustrated

    Wargames Illustrated (March 2019)

    Our freebie cover-mounting continues this month with (courtesy of Warlord Games) one of three possible frames featuring Napoleon’s light cavalry. Bagged with this issue you will receive: two French Hussars, Lancers or Chasseurs a Cheval. To find out more about Napoleon’s “Eyes and Ears” turn to page 24 and read Bill Gray’s excellent article on the subject.

    OBSERVATION POST
    A look at new and forthcoming goodies in our hobby.

    THEME: THE IRISH ARMY’S FORGOTTEN BATTLE
    Robert Giglio and Dennis O’Toole present a Modern Warfare scenario for re-fighting a fascinating ‘incident’ in the Congo bush.

    COVER MOUNT FOCUS: EYES AND EARS
    Bill Gray takes a look at the warriors that inspired our latest ‘cover mounted’ frames, provided by Warlord Games.

    THEME: WARGAMING THE FIRST CHECHNYA WAR
    Dave Tuck and Malc Johnston look at a controversial modern era war, complete with their take upon rules amendments and building forces.

    WHY I LOVE … OF GODS AND MORTALS
    Wargames Illustrated Silver Award winning contributor James Morris provides us with a piece on ‘Why I Love…’ in this irregular series in which wargamers fly the flag for their favourite rule sets.

    THEME: DIEN BIEN PHU
    As part of this month’s theme, Paul Leach provides some ideas on wargaming the siege of Dien Bien Phu in 1954 during the First Indochina War.

    RULES SHOWCASE: WARLORDS OF EREHWON
    We took a trip to ‘Rick’s Place’, to play  these new fantasy rules published by Warlord and written by Rick Priestley.

    THEME: MODERN WARFARE MINIATURES
    Our run-down of top manufacturers who produce Modern Warfare miniatures.

    THREE DAYS IN GETTYSBURG (PART TWO)
    Jay White concludes this two-parter about putting together an ambitious convention game based on the wargaming nirvana that is Gettysburg, 1863.

    THEME: INDO-PAK WAR 1971
    Steve Blease presents background information and gaming possibilities for the 1971 Indo-Pak War.

    AGINCOURT MOUNTED KNIGHTS – IN MINIATURE
    We went to visit designer Alan Perry and quiz him about the make-up of his latest plastic box set.

    HOW TO … MAKE CRUEL SEAS WRECK MARKERS
    Paul Davies shares another Cruel Seas do it your self guide

    THEME: DESIGNER’S SHOWCASE – THE ZONE
    Sub-Editor Wayne Bollands takes a look at The Zone, a new set of skirmish wargaming rules with a 1980s Cold War Hot theme, adapted and written by, er, Wayne Bollands….

    THE BATTLE OF AONG, 1857
    Jon Sutherland presents an exclusive Indian Munity scenario for his colonial wargaming rules.

    THEME: MODERN WARFARE RULES
    Rules we’ve road tested for our Modern Warfare theme period.

    RETURN TO JOCK’S LANDING
    Pete Brown offers a new scenariofor Warlord Games’ Strontium DogMiniatures Game.

    INSIDER INTERVIEW: ARMIES & LEGIONS & HORDES
    We talk to author Dave Taylor.

    #1351270

    oriskany
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    Holy hell, I have a lot of responses to get to.  This is great! 😀

    Great collection of games, @templar007 – my favorite at the moment is still Force on Force for Moderns.  I have not tried Specter and Skirmish Sangin is very, well, “skirmish-y.” 😀  Perfect for some people, but I like bigger battles.  This is why I’m so interested in Ultracombat 28mm Modern Miniatures and Skirmish Rules by the same company – Radio Dishdash Publishing Ltd.  It kicks the echelon level up one notch from … basically … squad to platoon.

    I have a preview copy for the show – of Ultracombat for Normandy.  Not quite Modern, but showcases the book and the system.  It looks really great and very very clear so far.

    Which is my one slight issue with Force on Force.  I love the TQ system, but the action / reaction / preempt mechanic in that game still gives me a little issue now and then.

    @stvitusdancern and @grimwolfuk – indeed, we all agree (in part) on @limburger ‘s question re: a Rainbow Six-style game and a  Plausible Deniability.  I hope you don’t mind me linking your great trailer, Ralph, @templar007 was asking about it at what must have been “zero dark thirty” your time.  😀  Your GhostOps RPG is a great project I want to see succeed.

    #1351288

    grimwolfuk
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    Link away Jim, link away

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