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Multi-Man Publishing Announces Product Updates From Dean Essig
These are exciting times for Gamers fans. There are new materials in the pipe, moving to you, others just arrived, and still others looking for the GO Code for publication. The latter group is in your hands, as pre-orders amount to the numbers needed.
Everyone has pulled together from testers to the series Honchos to those thoughtful enough to try to answer detailed questions on-line to help in this period. For those not directly in the loop, my wife Sara is doing better, putting on a little weight, and currently not in the hospital. She's been fighting abdominal infections with IV antibiotics for three months and seems to be nearing some kind of closure there... which will allow her to undergo post-OP chemo treatments (the next stage in the process). Many thanks to all who have provided all manner of support and prayers.
Second is To Take Washington (Preorder To Take Washington for $60.00 ), two games in one... this is a Line of Battle (LoB) game on the Battles of Monocacy and Ft. Stevens in 1864 with Jubal Early at the gates of Washington. These can be played as two separate games (one two-mapper, the other with only one) containing modest sized armies...or...you can play them sequentially as a campaign to see how your success (?) at Monocacy sets you up for either the thrill of victory or the agony of defeat on the ramparts of Washington itself.
Or, as Lincoln quipped: "You are late, Mr. Early."
The third game in the LoB series after None but Heroes and Last Chance for Victory, To Take Washington is also an excellent starter game to get involved in this new series and it's groundbreaking take on Regimental ACW combat. The slightly unfamiliar topic makes for a story that is all new and exciting to any jaded eyes out there.
The Wilderness (working title only) (LoB)
There has never been a regimental treatment of this critical battle before. Now, you'll be able to own the first one ever. Four maps and two large armies makes in a monster of Last Chance for Victory proportions (aka you don't want to get caught short and have to shell out big money on the secondary market for it). While many battles claim their position in deciding the outcome of the American Civil War, there are few who would fail to admit that had The Wilderness convinced Grant to withdraw to the north and give up the Overland campaign, the fall elections may have turned out differently and perhaps even Grant himself might have been replaced. Yes, it took a full measure of the army's success and the measure of Grant as a commander for him to turn south and continue where so many others had failed. Which way will your Grant turn?
Yes, you heard that right, the fourth Line of Battle game has been started. Yet this won't be moved to the forefront until To Take Washington makes its pre-order. So let's get the word out!
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