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Subject: Smaler scenarios good enough? rss

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Viktor Karlsson Mantel
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So I have somewhat fallen inlove with the basic machanics of this game after looking at session videos and reading half the rulebook.

I was planning oetting the game and start playing the scenarios in an order of shortest to longest. Meaning I probobly wont play the full extreme long one insome time

My question is, how good is the "shorter" scenarios by themselves?

Becouse I have also been thinking of getting the game No Retreat the russian fron. if comparing similiar scenario in USiE with No Retreat, how are they holding up?

I hope I made miself understandable robot
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Omar Jedi
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We recently PBEM the Russia 1941 and Germany 1945 scenarios. Pretty tense and it was not clear until the last turn who was going to win.

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william bauer
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Playing ALL the short scenarios (training scenarios) then completing all the 2 faction scenarios is a great way to learn the game. Some of the short scen's are not esp competitive, but they tend to be really quick to play. They each assist in learning different aspects of the rules, and the system is so cool, its a fun process of learning it.

I have not yet "graduated" to the Main Event, or the 3 faction scenarios, but I am looking forward to it.

Great game
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