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Saturday 29th March: Samurai Battles   1 comment

Mike, Darryl and Phil played the First Skirmish scenario twice.
Early in the first game Phil triumphed through play of Turncoats.
In the second he had the card played against him but managed to kill the traitors. The card does seem very powerful as it was. played against a red unit each time. Phil then managed to retain the lead obtained through assasinating the enemy general in the first turn and claim. victory.

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Posted March 30, 2014 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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