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TFL Oddcast Number 11: A Bridge Too Fat

With the Crisis build finished a few days early, Rich and Nick decided to hit the road and head for Joe’s Bridge on the Belgian-Dutch border and try to follow the route North to Arnhem before heading to Crisis in Antwerp.  Planned on the hoof, this road trip Oddcast follows the Dynamic Duo on their somewhat chaotic trip North as they report from the key points en route as well as discussing playing on-line Kriegsspiel, building things for Crisis, rating troops for Arnhem and generally going to lots of interesting places.
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