Aces at Dawn Maneuver Cards available

Aerial combat during the Great War
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Aces at Dawn Maneuver Cards available

Postby mj12games » Wed Oct 26, 2005 9:25 pm

Dan and his friend Jim have been really getting into World War One air combat lately and Dan found this great set of rules called Aces at Dawn.

Dan, being the good gamer he is, stayed up all night long copying the card decks from his rulebook front to back, cutting them out, and putting them in card protectors. Unfortunately, he only had so many protectors and most of them were protecting his Magic: the Gathering™ cards. So he took a bunch of cards out of their protectors, among them the first edition Black Lotus, and put them on the table next to his Diet Coke.

The cat then jumped up onto the table, looked directly at the Black Lotus and knocked over the Diet Coke, soaking the cards completely. Not only did Dan lose an entire night's sleep, but he's also out $1200 to replace his Black Lotus.

Jim went over the next day with his beautifully-painted aircraft and four sets of shiny new Aces at Dawn Maneuver Cards. Dan, having gotten no sleep and completely distracted by "The Lotus Incident", lost every game.

Don't be a loser like Dan, pick up your pre-printed Aces at Dawn Maneuver Cards today! They are an easy, low cost alternative to burning up your printer ink and staying up late cutting out cards.

Included in this deal are two complete sets of cards, one for you and one for a friend.

http://www.mj12games.com/aces/1102.html
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Postby jimbeau » Wed Oct 26, 2005 11:35 pm

They look great too!

:)

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Postby Taltos » Thu Oct 27, 2005 12:19 am

But are they chamfer-ed?


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Postby jimbeau » Thu Oct 27, 2005 1:51 am

No, they don't need to be as they are never shuffled

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Re: Aces at Dawn Maneuver Cards available

Postby jygro » Thu Oct 27, 2005 12:53 pm

cricket wrote:The cat then jumped up onto the table, looked directly at the Black Lotus and knocked over the Diet Coke, soaking the cards completely. Not only did Dan lose an entire night's sleep, but he's also out $1200 to replace his Black Lotus.


The cat *is* no longer living correct? Perhaps, the operator shouldn't have taken the first edition black lotus out of the vault in the bank... :)

-Bren

PS> I'm not really into WWI planes, but how does the game play with say 10-15 people?

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Postby jimbeau » Thu Oct 27, 2005 1:36 pm

I have not tried with more than a half-dozen planes.

Let me know how it works for you :)


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