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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

WWPD News From the Front Episode 25

The dudes return! Luke is hot and bothered about the BAR (British Armoured Regiment), and the guys have trouble counting in N00B zone! The fellas talk upcoming tournaments, Infantry Aces (Flames of War infantry-centric campaign system), and painting tips.
  • 0:00 - Intro
  • 0:12 - The British Armoured Regiment Debacle
  • 0:17 - Eastern Front Infantry Aces Discussion
  • 0:27 - NEW CONTEST!
  • 0:33 - N00b ZONE: HQ ASSETS
  • 0:47 - Southern Front/Fall In Lists Discussion
  • 1:08 - Battlefront Discussion: What is Upcoming/Us as Heroes!
  • 1:18 - Panzerwerks Studios RSO Pak 40s review
  • 1:23 - Jon's Book Review: Battle- The Story of the Bulge
  • 1:32 - Dale's FoW European GT
  • 1:41 - Painting Tips with Steve and Jon
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Links discussed in this episode:
Muster/Guns of August
Panzerwerks Studio
Gamers For Cures
Game Models
Muster/Guns of August
Easy Army
Triangle Simulation Society's Southern Front
WWPD on Facebook
Wounded Warrior Project


Stormtrooper said...

Luke i would play with you with my Stuart list but i can't afford to fly down to the U.S.

Scary Biscuits said...

Posted this on FB, but I'll repeat here:

The Archer (the Brit 17pdr on a valentine chassis).

For Luke, you didn't get this from me:

(skip ahead to the 25 December entry)

Anatoli said...

Great episode guys, I completely agree about the Pacific being a letdown, but I don't think it was a letdown just because of Band of Brothers being awesome. The Pacific felt completely disjointed, the timeline was way to large in scope - and despite only having less than a dozen episodes they still managed to cram some pretty dull "home front'ish" episodes that were all about R&R and no combat.

It did have 1-2 really good episodes, and a couple of great moments in the rest of the episodes but it just felt unfocused, dull, I didn't even know the name of any character except for the 2-3 "main guys". The cast and characters were pretty forgettable and uncharismatic.

As for Pacific gaming, we've talked about it in my game group as well when playing 28mm Weird-WW2. It would be cool, but it would also require a LOT of completely new terrain. Lots of jungle, huts and stuff you can't mix with any other theater of war. My friend Calle went ahead and bought some 28mm Japanese and will use them for Secrets of the Third Reich but we will just play them with some mockup history twist so that they take part in Europe or whatever.

Basecoat101 said...

Question... Can HQ assets like HMGs be used in ambush?

indierockclimber said...

Negative. They deploy at the same time as independent teams, and thus cant be in reserve or ambush!

Of course they can ambush if they are attached to a platoon that is placed in ambush, but I know that wasn't your question!

Basecoat101 said...

Thank you Sir. You are the Man.

Stormtrooper said...

totally agree about Pacific

Basecoat101 said...

Agreed Pacific was a weak series. I lost interest and did not finish the watching the last few.

Dirty Jon said...

@Base: I did the same thing -- I was pretty excited about it, but didn't even finish watching it.

Anatoli said...

It did have some nice combat footage, though the best scene, imo, was this one

Too bad the series lacked a focused story to tie the characters and the battle together more coherently.

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