Originally Posted by Chas Argent
...is coming soon...
AP3 = Few Returned
AP4 = Normandy
AP5 = East Front
AP6 = Decade of War
AP7 = ......
Spent some time sparring in Muay Thai class today. Now that was some fun! I managed to block every single punch that was thrown my way over the course of three rounds. Not bad for a relative beginner. The only problem was that I blocked most of them with my face instead of parring them like I was taught. So yeah, I got punched in the face like 50 times.
Strangely enough, it's my arms that are sore. My face is fine. And still exceptionally handsome. Truly, a fine specimen.
A productive week. I have completed the writing portion of Section 2 in the manual, just a number of screenshots are required for the document to be complete. I have started on Section 3.
Playtesting continues. So far the testing is going as expected, which is a good thing. A number of the BETA Testers have been assigned additional tasks, every little bit helps. Thank you guys!
Middle East: The second test of the small scenario went exceptionally well for the Egyptians due to lack of Israeli aggressiv. A replay is in order to ensure that the aggressive Israeli's
A new update for Budapest has been posted on the HPS site:
Also, there has been issues reported with the REN 1.03 update, but this update is required for anyone with a NVidia video card that is having issues with the game running. So, until we get it ironed out for all users both the 1.02 & 1.03 updates will be on the site.
Originally Posted by Blaze
I find it disturbing that ASL and religion have much in common and can be harmful to how we as humans react to one another.
Religion and ASL both have Rulebooks that are thicker than the yellow pages.
Religion and ASL both have zealots.
Religion and ASL have different sects which are normally hostile to one another (IFT/IIFT)
Religion and ASL have never-ending debates over the content of the rule books.
Religion and ASL have figureheads that one group hold high and another group seeks to destroy.
For these simple common