I propose using it . . . or rather the scenarios in it to create some mini-campaigns . . . a series of logically linked scenarios that will provide the framework for a series of games.
Sure, Grant and Phil Olley have done something similar in their volumes "Raid on St. Michel" and "The Annexation of Chiraz" . . . and they are wonderful . . . but I'm looking for some simpler, quick and easy solutions that we can all use.
So here is the challenge . . .
Create a series of three to seven scenarios from Grant's "Scenarios for Wargames" that will make for a logical simple mini-campaign of linked scenarios.
You can even, if you like, make a "campaign tree". That is to build it in the format of "if Red won Scenario A, go to Scenario B . . . and if Blue won, go instead to Scenario C, etc.
Let's see what you can come up with, okay?
Also, an update on my health. First, I wish to thank all of you who have posted your kind wishes for my recovery . . . there is no need to repeat doing so . . . please use the "comment" feature of this post for "mini-campaign" suggestions.
Overall I feel much better although I do tire very quickly due to all of the blood I lost and my resulting low hemoglobin level.
Also the hospital has changed my visit to the operating room from Monday to Wednesday, when they will hopefully find out what's wrong with me.