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600 pt Escalation comes to a close.





Sorry to Marty: I should have posted our game much sooner, so we can see the finished US Paras.



And here are some vids

vs US Paras



600 Pt Total War mega battle, 3 x 600 point armies, vs another 3 x 600 pt armies.

Comments

  1. That looked awesome! 3x600 pts per side seemed like a gret way to get everyone on the table, and have the battle still seem "full", if that makes sense.

    Kudos! All of the painted stuff is looking great!

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  2. Like the shirt I'm sporting?

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  3. Hmm I might have to pick one of those up as well...

    MI'll get my finished US paras pics up by tomorrow, just been busy, haven't taken pics lately!

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  4. gah! Sorry guys- just tried to mention you on the podcast but incorrectly identified you as the frozen gamer AK. Sorry about that- will rectify next episode!

    I guess "frozen, drunken, and Ottawa" all blended together in my head :)

    Apologies again!

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  5. ahahahhah - awesome!

    But it's true - one and the same up here in the "cold north"

    cheers!

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  6. Do I get some kind of Scout badge? I watched all five minutes of rambling at the end! Kidding aside another great round of vids!

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  7. The rambling is becoming a hallmark I think, lol

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  8. Without the rambling, how else will we segueway into a podcast? :)

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  9. What, are you saying you have to be a rambler to podcast?

    :)

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