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James Champion

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Hello-

Looking for help learning this. If possible, would like a video series going over the rules, etc. Also not sure what version of Axis and Allies would be best. Thanks in advance for any help.
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Sean Conroy
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Picking what version would be best depends on what you like in a WWII game.

If you want to play out the whole war n a few hours go with Axis & Allies: 1942.

If you only like the ETO, go Axis & Allies Europe 1940.

For the PTO Axis & Allies Pacific 1940.

If you want the whole conflict on a large scale takng 10+ hrs to play out then combine A&A Europe 1940 and A&A Pacific 1940 into one global game.

The MB 1991 version ( Axis & Allies ) is the simplest and 2nd oldest title.

Ths site may help you as well http://www.axisandallies.org/
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Re: Help learning from G.C.
wow~"It's a good thing we didn't mention the: 'dirty-knife-in-the-back'; GAME!"
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GROGnads wrote:
wow~"It's a good thing we didn't mention the: 'dirty-knife-in-the-back'; GAME!"
surprise-Diplomacy

Now, now, the knives people get in the back are usually clean, very little chance of infection from the wound...

-M_R
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Don Rea's utterly exhaustive analysis of A&A is, IMO, the best place to start. Using this guide, our play group was able to get the Axis several notches in the win column.

Link: http://donsessays.freeservers.com/
 
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