Hello from Canada

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Eldictator
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Hello from Canada

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I am an on and off again player from the early days of Squad Leader. I also play many other wargames but ASL is my favourite. I am still learning the game so I really appreciate all the tutorials and play aids on this site. My preferences are East Front scenarios or anything that involves Canadian units. I am a recently retired high school history teacher so hopefully I will have more play time on my schedule. I usually play solitaire with counters and maps or with VASAL if I need the space.
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Re: Hello from Canada

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Hi, welcome to the (slow) forums. :D It's never too late to get into ASL.

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VaslingStew
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Re: Hello from Canada

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Eldictator wrote: Thu Apr 15, 2021 8:07 pm I am an on and off again player from the early days of Squad Leader. I also play many other wargames but ASL is my favourite. I am still learning the game so I really appreciate all the tutorials and play aids on this site. My preferences are East Front scenarios or anything that involves Canadian units. I am a recently retired high school history teacher so hopefully I will have more play time on my schedule. I usually play solitaire with counters and maps or with VASAL if I need the space.
Jump onto VASL there are a lot of players out there.
Solitaire is difficult to learn.
Come Join us on Tactical Tuesdays for some insights into the game!!

Stew
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