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So we fought with four aircraft, people from the Star Fleet Battles group.  It was a fun fast time.  No pictures this time around as I was busy checking rules/ answering questions. Next time though. All gaming concepts were easy to pickup by everyone.  The home owner's wife, (a Fantasy Gamer), said she could readily understand what was going on.  The husband on the other hand is in hot water since he shot her down early in the battle.  Some mention of sleeping in the garage or something to that effect.  Stay tuned.

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I believe this is what X-Wing's rules set was based on.  I wouldn't mind giving it a shot.

 

Have you seen any P-38's?  

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1 hour ago, Unit04 said:

I believe this is what X-Wing's rules set was based on.  I wouldn't mind giving it a shot.

 

Have you seen any P-38's?  

Not as yet, but the Beaufighter is one nasty plane to go against, as the Germans just found out.  Report will follow.

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The WW1 version is even better in my opinion, the planes are slower so there's a lot more maneuvering 

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23 minutes ago, Beagle said:

The WW1 version is even better in my opinion, the planes are slower so there's a lot more maneuvering 

 

The other similar choice that I've played far too much is Blue Max. We used to play that regularly with 1:72 models and radio aerials for altitude at the miniatures group.

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On 11/1/2017 at 10:38 AM, Doug Sundseth said:

 

The other similar choice that I've played far too much is Blue Max. We used to play that regularly with 1:72 models and radio aerials for altitude at the miniatures group.

 

You mean like a telescoping aerial?  Because I never thought of that until now, but it sounds awesome. 

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10 hours ago, buglips*the*goblin said:

 

You mean like a telescoping aerial?  Because I never thought of that until now, but it sounds awesome. 

 

Exactly. You need rules where the number of height categories match the number of sections on your aerial for best use, so they work well for Blue Max. Used to be really easy to pick them up at Radio Shack, but I don't know how easy they would be to find now. Perhaps in a thrift store?

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