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IdahoSkies

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  • Birthday 10/19/1978

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  1. Boise, Idaho. Drop me a PM if you are in the area or plan to be.
  2. AND at the end of the turn you still have to have a supply line, so you can't just "scout" behind the enemy with in that same turn creating a supply back to an invasion zone.
  3. The cards are very similar to the older version (at least for the Americans). I don't recall having alternate cards for the invaders like in the new one, so if anything there are more cards in the new version. I will say I do wish somewhat that there were more of the partisan cards, but they are really well balanced in the game and I am sure a lot of play testing went into what works and what doesn't. Its a great game, one of my all time favorites. (It knocked Axis and Allies of its pedestal for me in the 1980s).
  4. I like the old tanks. I liked their disc shaped appearance, and I liked how they felt in the hand. I don't find myself holding onto one through out the game like I did before. I also liked the old style helicopters and lasers, but the new bombers really are great and the new partisan's are fitting with their baseball cap. Really gets me going.
  5. I think its pretty even. I remember playing the "original" edition, and I still think that this is a fairly balanced game. We have never run out of time, even close. Usually by turn 8 it is very clear who is going to win, and I think its 50-50 on who wins. But we have not used the alternate invader cards.
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