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So something like half a decade ago I played through AW1's Advanced Campaign and beat 'Rivals!'. I actually thought it was supposed to be beaten by cheesing a T-Copter across the map away from the ruins of your overrun base and capturing their HQ.

外围体育投注I recently came across a video of a Let's Play where I discovered that this was not, in fact the case. Suddenly my achievement seemed less of a triumph, and more of an embarrassment!

I'd like to go back and play through that mission and beat it legitimately. I don't really want to play through the entirety of both Normal and Advanced Campaigns just to get there, though - and I vaguely recall something about picking Sami's missions? - so I thought I'd post here and ask if anyone had a save file I could use. I appreciate that a save right at this point is something of a long shot, so I'd also be happy with any file partway through the Advanced Campaign (that's on track to have 'Rivals!' show up) or failing that, one with at least the Advanced Campaign unlocked.

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Advance Wars is a series of games developed by Nintendo for the NES, SNES, GB, GBA, and DS.
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