Richard Erwin
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OK, I can purchase either. I want whatever I get to be able to work with For Honor and Glory. How do the two games compare, and is there a "best" one to buy given my requirement? I know CFoC will work with HoG, but would HtL as well?

Thanks for your opinions....
 
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Here's a thread where the two were compared, Rich:

http://www.boardgamegeek.com/thread/338605

As I said in my post there, Hold the Line plus the French and Indian War expansion give you something very close to Clash for a Continent, other than components. The rules changes are very minimal.

If you are going to get For Honor and Glory too, and want to create your own scenarios, you'll want Clash because the components match. If not, and you can get both the base Hold the Line plus the expansion, you might as well do that because the components are nicer.
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Gordon Stewart
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Just my opinion, but though both Clash and Hold the Line are very enjoyable; for replayability I like the Clash scenarios better. Both
much better than Honor. I thought that HTL components covered all the Clash scenarios. Since there are no cards, they all work great solitaire.

Recommend HTL plus Clash scenarios; just get them all plus F&I expansion!
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Hold the line just looks great on the table. Personally I enjoy good looking bits
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