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Every item in our inventory has been inspected, very strictly graded, and bagged for its protection. Shrink Wrapped.
Still in the original factory shrink wrap, with condition visible through shrink noted. For example, "SW NM " means shrink wrapped in near-mint condition. Near Mint. Like new with only the slightest wear, many times indistinguishable from a Mint item. Close to perfect, very collectible.
Board games in this condition may be played but show little to no wear. Lightly used, but almost like new. May show very small spine creases or slight corner wear. Absolutely no tears and no marks, a collectible condition. Very Good. May have medium-sized creases, corner dings, minor tears or scuff marks, small stains, etc. Complete and very useable. Very well used, but complete and useable.
May have flaws such as tears, pen marks or highlighting, large creases, stains, marks, a loose map, etc. Extremely well used and has major flaws, which may be too numerous to mention. Item is complete unless noted. If you have any questions or comments regarding grading or anything else, please send e-mail to contact nobleknight. Eisenbach Gap.
Condition: NM. Condition Note: counters clipped, includes death of the 1st Panzer expansion. Category: War Games. World at War simulates, on a platoon-level, the war which began May 12, when Junior Lieutenant Yuri Andromnivitch's T sent a mm HE round screaming into the guard tower on the ridge at Dankmarshausen, ripping mortar from rebar and sending head-sized chunks of concrete tumbling into the red-roofed houses below.
Units activate by chit draw and formation, fire in a flurry of dice, and look good doing it. The rules cover self-propelled mortars, thin-skinned vehicles, support weapons, ranged combat, opportunity fire, ATGM depletion, assault and overrun combat. Better still, World at War is not just a game, but also a game system. Learn Eisenbach Gap, and you can play any of the follow-on modules.
Home Back to Results. SW Shrink Wrapped. Mint Perfect. Brand new. NM Near Mint. EX Excellent. VG Very Good. Fair Very well used, but complete and useable. Poor Extremely well used and has major flaws, which may be too numerous to mention. When only one condition is listed, then the box and contents are in the same condition. A "plus" sign indicates that an item is close to the next highest condition.
A "minus" sign indicates the opposite. Boardgame counters are punched, unless noted. Due to the nature of loose counters, if a game is unplayable it may be returned for a refund of the purchase price. In most cases, boxed games and box sets do not come with dice. The cardboard backing of miniature packs is not graded. If excessively worn, they will be marked as "card worn. If excessively worn, they will be marked as "tray worn.
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World at War: Eisenbach Gap
Lock 'n Load Publishing Forums. Tags: eisenbach miniatures. Joined: Feb 27, Messages: 12 Likes Received: 7. For quite a while my regular gaming partner and I were looking for a way to get back into 'cold war gone hot', having gamed it pretty unsatisfyingly in miniature as a teenager in the s when it was 'ultra-modern'. Full disclosure- I am a dyed-in-the wool miniatures gamer, and although there are quite a few miniatures systems around these days- none of them really seemed right for various reasons.
Eisenbach Gap in miniature
Posted on 03Feb08 Updated on 26Jan It is a Cold War era platoon-level board wargame. The unit scale is platoon and each hex represents m. While the game depicts fictional scenarios, Eisenbach Germany was a real point of possible contention during the Cold War. In addition, Eisenbach Gap is the first game in the World at War series so we will see additional titles using the same system in the future.