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Subject: Vassal modules suitable for solitaire play rss

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Björn Hansson
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To me wargming is all about playing face to face and I'm fortunate enough to have plenty of gamers around me. Occasionally though I like to fiddle with Vassal to learn a game. What I don't like though is setting stuff up on a computer. So my question is:

Are there any good Vassal modules where all the pieces are on the board from the start? So I can just fiddle about?

Thanks in advance!
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James Lowry
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Short answer: Most all of them.

Off the top of my head, PoG, PuG, HIS, VQ, AVL and F&E all have everything set up. In fact, ASL (with its hundreds of scenarios) is the only one I can immediately think of where you commonly need to do your own setting up.
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Check out this Geeklist:

http://boardgamegeek.com/geeklist/140405/a-tip-of-the-hat-to...

It has every game that I have played on VASSAL.

Of those, every single one was set-up if the scenario was already set up. Two of the games called for units to be set up by the owner's discretion (Totensonntag, Storm over Arnhem), so they are not set-up.

In addition to these, I have also played B-17: Queen of the Skies, which is a solitaire-only.
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