From: Tucson, AZ
D21 seems to be one of the most popular TOAW scenarios ever written. It's the product of a small team of the best scenario designers there are for TOAW, that to my personal knowledge includes Steve Sill and Rick Kesler. There's probably about a dozen D21 games going on as we speak. There's been a plethera of D21 AAR's, several of which were started by me. I recommend it. Highly. You can find it here:
Also popular is Campaign for South Vietnam a work of Curt Chambers, another of the finest TOAW scenario designers. It was an innovative design when it was first introduced, approx. 3 years ago IIRC, and I was fortunate enough to be one of it's playtesters and I've been through the scenario at least a dozen times playing either side. I seriously like this scenario a lot. I'm ready for another game at the drop of a hat. You can find it here:
Welcome to TOAW's community by the way, and feel free to ask questions and be aware that your opinion is especially important to us. To me especially because I've adopted an anthropologist's attitude toward the TOAW 4 situation as it exists and your input counts. I state here openly for the record that YOU are NOT part of the problem. YOU personally are an important part of the solution. Congratulations, I hearby promote you to the office of public relations vice-chief and, should you agree to at least try, would like to encourage you to give voice to your first impressions, the items that seeem to catch your eye for better or worse, and most especially, the things you'd like to see changed. Please.
< Message edited by larryfulkerson -- 8/9/2019 9:40:38 PM >
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