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  • LongBlade
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    Originally posted by BayonetBrant View Post
    I'm a bit surprised LongBlade hasn't cracked this nut yet...
    That does not ring a bell. I didn't play many ancients games.

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  • BayonetBrant
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    Originally posted by BayonetBrant View Post
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    I'm a bit surprised LongBlade hasn't cracked this nut yet...
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  • LongBlade
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    Originally posted by Combat Engineer View Post
    Back in the mid 1980's I lost 5 or so games when the apartment upstairs had a washing machine drain hose break and flood our closet below them....
    I really do not know what I lost in my folks' basement. Not as much as I could have, but definitely some stuff.

    The thing is, not all those games are that great, but they were my games growing up. Swashbuckler was definitely not the definitive Three Musketeers game, but any time you can swing from a chandelier and wave your hat to distract an opponent - it's a good day!

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  • Combat Engineer
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    Originally posted by LongBlade View Post
    I *had* a copy of Swashbuckler but it was lost when my parents' basement flooded.
    Back in the mid 1980's I lost 5 or so games when the apartment upstairs had a washing machine drain hose break and flood our closet below them....

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  • LongBlade
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    Originally posted by It's Krol! View Post
    Yep, 'twas Dark Nebula.

    How about this one...
    I thought the unique spelling of the cities would make this easy, but I have found nothing.

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  • BayonetBrant
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    Originally posted by BooBoo130 View Post
    OK, number 93 has got to be Death of the 1st Panzer. The rivers hexes are the key....I hope.
    Yes. I had to crop out the name of Walkerburg or it would've been too obvious.

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  • BooBoo130
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    OK, number 93 has got to be Death of the 1st Panzer. The rivers hexes are the key....I hope.

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  • BooBoo130
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    You are correct Combat Engineer.

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  • Combat Engineer
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    Originally posted by BooBoo130 View Post
    Here is an easy one but I could get it done at work quickly....
    Looks The Gamers "Ardennes Offensive" to me.

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  • BayonetBrant
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    Originally posted by BooBoo130 View Post
    Is post 93 Blood and Bridges then? I have the first three in thee series but have not looked at them in a while.
    still no

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  • LongBlade
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    OK, this is unlikely to throw a master like Scott, but I'll give it a whirl.

    Scott, given that you are using some kind of Cthulhu sacrifice to peer into my mind even as I type, would you mind holding back and letting the other have a chance to get stumped before answering?


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  • LongBlade
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    Originally posted by BayonetBrant View Post
    94 - also correct... Not too many people know Yaquinto stuff, so it's good to know there's a few out there.
    I *had* a copy of Swashbuckler but it was lost when my parents' basement flooded.

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  • LongBlade
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    Originally posted by It's Krol! View Post
    @Longblade: Quest for the Dragonlords.
    Yup. I was hoping that one hadn't had enough circulation, but I also know who I'm dealing with.

    I'll dig a bit deeper.

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  • BooBoo130
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    Is post 93 Blood and Bridges then? I have the first three in thee series but have not looked at them in a while.

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  • BooBoo130
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    Here is an easy one but I could get it done at work quickly....
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