master edition is a new project but can be played in two map-mode: with the original WIFFE maps or with the news WIFME maps.
Do you know if the ME 1000 order waiting list is ready yet? Im ready to order!
Don't get me wrong, MWiF is right on track with what to include, what to make optional and what to save for later. But strictly speaking of the board game version, I'd rather play without all the "in Flames" expansions. Call me vanilla.
I am a "works pizza" type of general and am creating the "Slaaks Historical OB & SciFi Edition" rules for WiFFE with all addons that will be released someday in this lifetime. (I just know youre all holding your breath.)
Veterans playing WiF will not quickly convert to a new version (WiF itself does not appeal to the dilettante wargamer; this is defintely something you can't just pick up in an afternoon and play; a game this in depth is quite an investment in time and effort (not to mention money)), so MWiF should not be significantly negatively impacted. If anything, it should bring a bit better visibility, especially if ADG aggressively promotes it.
I never fail to recruit;
Wow, I look at that and am once again convinced that the simpler version of WiF,
I mean like 2nd ed. is the far more playable game.
(Obvioulsy a neophyte. Thas ok he's in training and will hopefully be ready when the convention starts.)
The thing that attracted me to WiF was it was more detailed than AH's 3rd Reich yet not unplayably detailed like GDW's Europa.
I hope to be running all three games all at once when the Wargamers Temple compound opens. Volunteers welcome.
The details of "Master" version are a WiF's Europa
I like the way that sounds. Thanks bro. The glory is too awesome to be true. Imagine how lucky we are to be alive at this point in history with so many beautiful options....WiF, 3rd R, Europa, War in Europe....etc etc etc. Someone upstairs must like us alot.
Germany's unforgivable crime before the Second World War was her attempt to extricate her economy from the world's trading system and to create her own exchange mechanism which would deny world finance its opportunity to profit.
— Winston Churchill