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Where to find opponents? - 6/8/2007 12:17:55 AM   
Jason Petho


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Here are a few links to the larger communities for the Campaign Series:

The Blitzkrieg Wargame Club:
http://www.theblitz.org/message_boards/forumdisplay.php?fid=8

Fantastic group of diehard Campaign Series players. There are always games going on, team games and campaigns.


Gamesquad: (Formerly Xtreme-Gamer, which was formerly WarfareHQ)

http://forums.gamesquad.com/forumdisplay.php?f=13

Although smaller, still a great group of gents.

Hope that helps
Take care and good luck
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RE: Where to find opponents? - 6/8/2007 12:59:07 AM   
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Blitz has been around for years and they compete and run tourneys in a multitude of titles.

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RE: Where to find opponents? - 6/8/2007 1:37:00 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: CJMello63

Blitz has been around for years and they compete and run tourneys in a multitude of titles.



That's true, but gamesquaders have better looking women; and all new recruits get a free girl or too just for joining up, to say nothing of snazzy new uniforms.

I'll certainly play when you get there (Gnrl Confusion - not the imposter at the blitz -- the real one), but I'm still holding off on the new version til the CDs are available. Mine are so old you can barely make out the 33 1/3 rpm letters on the labels. Besides, I need a new manual for the bathroom.

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RE: Where to find opponents? - 6/8/2007 1:42:02 AM   
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I miss vinyl.

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RE: Where to find opponents? - 7/13/2008 8:31:25 AM   
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Thanks for the link Jason ,i joined up and found my first PBEG wow great fun.it seems to be a very active site this speaks voulumes for a game so old to still be more played than many new games.

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RE: Where to find opponents? - 4/1/2009 10:25:13 PM   
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Bump.

Just a reminder.

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RE: Where to find opponents? - 10/26/2010 9:23:50 PM   
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Blitz is an awesome club...and the JTSC section needs a bit of fresh blood to get the forum pumping. 

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RE: Where to find opponents? - 3/21/2012 8:59:38 PM   
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I would like to invite you to join a new WW2 wargames club. The club is a new one and is looking for new members.
A quick browse through the website pages will explain the whole essence of this new club. Hopefully, an invigorating,
new start for many jaded members of some other sites.
Members will be able to transfer their' records and stats across as well.
We welcome some of the notaries from other wargaming sites for their' knowledge, advice and input as well.
Please take the time to inspect the site and contact us and hopefully, join membership.
By all means, invite other wargaming friends to visit the site as well.

http://www.ww2wargamesclubforgentlemen.com

regards

'The Master'

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RE: Where to find opponents? - 3/31/2012 1:07:06 PM   
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I looked it over.
Too snooty for me.

I was going to have a great handle though. It would have been Riff Raff. I'd have been riff raff in a gentleman's club.

LOL!

I sure hope the person who is Noissy is not registered twice here at Matrix. That is a no no, Noissy-boy? It's loud and clear that you cannot be registered twice in order to hide behind a handle?

Too much secret "in crowd" and arrogance, combined, for me.

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RE: Where to find opponents? - 4/1/2012 10:04:11 PM   
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Oh dear! Now I'm getting virus attacks on my site, wonder where they come from.
As JVK said, good luck to the guy who set the new site up. Pity his group members at
the Blitz can't behave as honourably? The saddos' certainly put themselves up front eeh?

Once again -


Following the comments on The Blitz CS Forum about my
site, I would say the following :-

there is nothing sinister about me being incognito. 'The Master' is my
ladyfriend's nickname for me and, as the site is based on a Victorian style gentlemens' club, I am the master of the house, nothing to do with ego, just a tongue in cheek monicker that jumped at me.
Far from being a risky place to register, I can assure you that it is
only by monitoring who joins that I can bar disruptive individuals from joining and ruining a club that the members are enjoying, albeit a handful at the moment. Already I have had false game reports being made on the site by an outsider and, by identifying myself, it will only result in more juvenile idiots messing around with my site, that is why I monitor applications, not a power mad ego as I'm accused of having. Such is the childish mentality of some people on the forums, I just don't want them on my site, simple as that.
Proud of my site, yeah, a couple of months ago I didn't even know I could create one, but I don't need to identify myself to take any glory, I'm a 'down to Earth' guy.
Along with a Blitz member attempting to join my site just to spy on what's going on for the Blitz members, not suprising his application to join was rejected, as he replied quote – ''understood''.
Above all, be sure joining my club is a safe and a friendly place, nothing more sinister than that.
If Blitz members want to dig deeper, feel free, better things to do in life I think. I know where I and a few others are happier.

So, again, I reiterate the original invite -

I would like to invite you old comrades to join a new WW2 wargames club. The club is a new one and is looking for new members.
A quick browse through the website pages will explain the whole essence of this new club. Hopefully, an invigorating,
new start for many jaded members of some other sites.
Members will be able to transfer their' records and stats across as well, if desired.
We welcome some of the notaries from other wargaming sites for their' knowledge, advice and input as well.
Please take the time to inspect the site and contact us and hopefully, join membership.
By all means, invite other old wargaming friends to visit the site as well.

http://www.ww2wargamesclubforgentlemen.com/

regards

'The Master'


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RE: Where to find opponents? - 5/9/2012 3:24:01 PM   
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THE WARGAMERS CLUB FOR GENTLEMEN

I would like to invite you all to join a new wargames club. The club
is a new one and is looking for more members.

The club facilitates all games and eras, with ladders, forum etc.
A quick browse through the website pages will explain the whole essence of this new club. Hopefully, an invigorating,
new start for many jaded members of some other sites as well as
a new place for new gamers to join in a place where they are made
to feel welcome.

We welcome some of the notaries from other wargaming sites for their' knowledge, advice and input as well.
Please take the time to inspect the site and contact us and hopefully, join membership.
By all means, invite other old wargaming friends to visit the site as well.

http://www.ww2wargamesclubforgentlemen.com/

(Please note: This is not spam, merely an attempt to promote a new
club and attract new members into the club.)

regards

Peter
''Glint''

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http://www.ww2wargamesclubforgentlemen.com/

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