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 on: Today at 01:32:12 AM 
Started by mad lemmey - Last post by Orcs
smear the mdf/card base with contact adhesive.

That statement reminds me of another Essex girl joke.

How does an Essex girl know if she has had a good night out? .........  The rest of this joke has been censored by Techno.  Shocked  Whatever happened to Free Speech?



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 on: Today at 01:27:22 AM 
Started by FierceKitty - Last post by Orcs
Looking at a Osprey has nothing to do with bird watching/

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 on: Today at 12:29:10 AM 
Started by mad lemmey - Last post by sultanbev
Ah, the dreaded Essex bases!
My technique is:
smear the mdf/card base with contact adhesive.
smear the underside of the cavalry base with gel superglue, hold for a few seconds, then press firmly into place, and hold for a few seconds - the superglue causes the contact adhesive to set mmuch quicker. You'll still get the odd one that falls over a minute later, but it works 10 times out of 12.

Mark

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 on: Yesterday at 11:54:35 PM 
Started by mad lemmey - Last post by lowlylowlycook
With these new rules about the goalie's feet actually touching the line when penalties are taken, I'm having a hard time calculating how long a shootout might take.    The combination of time spent on VAR and the huge disadvantage the goalies are dealing with might make for a "cricket like" experience.

Then again, maybe the North Korean referee will just call it over at 6-5 even though every penalty has been scored up to that point.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:32:02 PM 
Started by T-Square - Last post by T-Square
Mark,

You are welcome.  We read the rules last night and went, "What!"  Then played them as written.  Really cramped our style.

Thanks.

Terry

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 on: Yesterday at 11:23:19 PM 
Started by T-Square - Last post by Big Insect
That is not the intention Terry

I will re-clarify, it is primarily to do with things like Rivers, Ravines and Impassable terrain, as previously they just swanned about with no limitations or restrictions, which seemed a bit odd.

Thanks
Mark

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 on: Yesterday at 10:50:39 PM 
Started by mmcv - Last post by mmcv
Thanks Steve, yeah it's my second time with the rules and really enjoying them. Takes a lot of the complexity out of the rules and leaves it for the actual tactical maneuvering and strategic decisions, so flows a bit more smoothly.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:46:07 PM 
Started by nemesisuk - Last post by T-Square
My vote is for Black Powder.  We play some larger games in 6mm in 2-3 hours.  Itís a good set of rules that keeps you playing until you reach that point when enough of your commands are broken or shaken that you are forced to leave the field.  A number of the players here really like them.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:24:26 PM 
Started by nemesisuk - Last post by Chad
Rules will depend on the scale of game you want to play and the detail or otherwise you want in the game.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:18:56 PM 
Started by mad lemmey - Last post by steve_holmes_11
Essex is a British wargame company that has been in business for almost forty years. They have very crisp figures, but in order to save weight/metal/money (?) they deliberately make their stands very small and, in the case of cavalry, very narrow, thus making them very difficult to glue to a base without them flopping to one side or the other before the glue has set.

A very fair summary.

Very crisp castings and a huge variety of figures, nations and periods.
But difficult to base.
I wonder whether I should break out my recently acquired hot glue gun to speed things along.

I based 18 of their little blighters this morning and had to do it in two sessions, with a Plasticine scaffold improvised for each one.



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