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Major Grigg

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  1. This would be great. Would love to take thing platform into the classroom while teaching Civil War.
  2. I agree with you all. I know these things take time, and I'm very happy with the current problem. However, an announcement or statement would be great!
  3. Has anyone heard of anything new on this front? Have they announced a new game??? Anything? Ha
  4. This topic was discussed, I'm sure, but I am trying to find the best copy of this book available. To me there seems to be a lot of different reprints that don't include everything. I'm trying to find the best copy of this book for my own personal study. Help! and Thanks!
  5. There has been a couple of post somewhat complaining about this game lately, so here is why I think this game is fun! I can create an army of 180,000 men fighting for cause against the country I love so dear, march on its capital, and kill everyone I encounter just because I can and want to! I love this game, and it never gets old. I played this campaign on the easiest difficulty btw.
  6. I agree with AB, the north is fun to play, and congrats on playing through the whole campaign. It is a marathon!
  7. I went through similar struggles when I first got the game way back when. Your casualties are too high. You should never lose 20,000 men in one conflict. One thing that is pretty basic and fundamental that took me a while to take seriously and implement in my tactical philosophy is cover, and flank. Once you find cover, stay put and flank. Advance to cover, hold and flank, advance. This is simple, yet crucial to keeping casualties down. Also, protect your flanks with skirmishers, cav, and light brigades. Hope this helps. Good luck!
  8. @Col_Kelly My Mistake! I knew you knew what you were doing! Ha
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