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« Reply #75 on: 14 October 2018, 02:54:21 AM »

And that puts us past the 2000 mark after 5 days!  Still over 2 weeks to go, so let's keep it going and see what extra goodies we can unlock!
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« Reply #76 on: 14 October 2018, 08:50:57 AM »

My issue is that I'm not interested in any of these stages, could I pledge 50 to the pot and have a few Bavarians instead? Maybe the equivalent of an army pack (c35 worth) and ignore the difference)?


I think we agreed that that was permissible but I guess it's Leon's call - my reserve pledge for Italians from the French range is based on that premise though, so I hope its OK  Cheesy

To my mind it makes sense - the goal is to pull in some capital, can't see why it matters which models get spun . . .
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« Reply #77 on: 14 October 2018, 01:40:27 PM »

Not sure that makes sense really :-

I think part of the idea is to see if the range is viable. Otherwise everyone planning to place an order in the next two week could say its a pledge and have whatever they want!

I don't think this will have any issues hitting the target without going off at tangents.

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« Reply #78 on: 14 October 2018, 02:40:26 PM »

x3 NDW1
x2 NDW2
x2 NDW3
x2 NDW4
x2 NDW5 
x3 NDW7
x2 NDW8
x1 NDW10


For both Line/Elite in firing line, I'd like to see if possible some reloading animations like from the hungarian firing line. They're ace and adds a nice feel to skirmishing and even formed troops firing.




What will be the exact difference between Line and Elite in terms of habit? I'm guessing that similar to the French, the Elite will have plumes, cords and epaulettes, rather than just pompom?


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« Reply #79 on: 14 October 2018, 04:11:35 PM »

x3 NDW1
x2 NDW2
x2 NDW3
x2 NDW4
x2 NDW5 
x3 NDW7
x2 NDW8
x1 NDW10

Thanks for that, added to the list!

For both Line/Elite in firing line, I'd like to see if possible some reloading animations like from the hungarian firing line. They're ace and adds a nice feel to skirmishing and even formed troops firing.

No worries, we'll make sure that gets done.

What will be the exact difference between Line and Elite in terms of habit? I'm guessing that similar to the French, the Elite will have plumes, cords and epaulettes, rather than just pompom?

I'll let Zippee answer that one, the sculpting notes I've got here show them as very similar.
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« Reply #80 on: 14 October 2018, 04:13:41 PM »

My issue is that I'm not interested in any of these stages, could I pledge 50 to the pot and have a few Bavarians instead? Maybe the equivalent of an army pack (c35 worth) and ignore the difference)?

Sorry for missing this Will!  I think at the moment we'll keep it to the new ranges only and hopefully we can hit the target.  If we find we're getting short towards the end of the month, then we'll see what we can do to boost the total.
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« Reply #81 on: 14 October 2018, 04:36:48 PM »

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« Reply #82 on: 14 October 2018, 07:16:57 PM »


What will be the exact difference between Line and Elite in terms of habit? I'm guessing that similar to the French, the Elite will have plumes, cords and epaulettes, rather than just pompom?


Both fusiliers, voltigeurs and Grenadiers had identical czapskas replete with cords, pom-pom and plume, differing only in colour.

Therefore the differences between elites and fusiliers were epaulettes and cross belts for the elites, shoulder straps and single belt for fusiliers as usual.
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« Reply #83 on: 14 October 2018, 07:27:09 PM »

Greetings

So, if I am sorting out the Baden brigade in Legrand's division (as well as the light Dragoons in Marulaz's cavalry), which Wurttemberg figures will I need?

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« Reply #84 on: 14 October 2018, 08:21:34 PM »

Hi Leon

Great to see the 1809 range up and kicking again after so many years!

You can put me down for a pledge of 183.40

I notice there is at least one troop type listed that I have converted myself -

www.michaelscott.name/1809/1809blogpost156.htm

Hey Edward

One Baden troop type here, part of Marulaz's command:

www.michaelscott.name/1809/1809blogpost155.htm

You will also need NWU8 - and NHD5 for the ones I've converted, above.

Lots more on Marulaz's command on the blog.

Cheers, Michael
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« Reply #85 on: 14 October 2018, 08:48:34 PM »

You can put me down for a pledge of 183.40

Excellent, thanks for that Michael!
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« Reply #86 on: 14 October 2018, 08:57:15 PM »

Pledge received from grahambeyrout by email:

NHD1   x 3  Line/fusilier, march attack
NHD3   x1  Line/fusilier command
NHD5   x1  Chevaux-Legers
NHD6  x 1  6pdr guns (Nap Austrian) with crew (3)

NSA1    x3  Line infantry, march attack
NSA3    x1  Line command
NSA8    x 1 Mounted officers (5)
NSA9    x1  Light cavalry
1 X NSA 6
1 X NSA 10

NWU1    x3 Line/fusilier, march attack
NWU3    x1 Line/fusilier command
NWU4   x1  Leichtes, inc. command
NWU5    x1 Mounted officers (5)
NWU6    x1Grenadiers, inc. command
NWU7    x1 Jager, inc. command
NWU9    x1 Jager zu Pferd
NWU10   x1 6pdr guns (Nap Austrian) with crew  
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« Reply #87 on: 14 October 2018, 10:36:18 PM »

Leon,
Here is my pledge:

Hess-Darmstadt:

NHD1 x6
        2 x1
        3 x3
        4 x2
        5 x3
        6 x1
        7 x1

Wurttemberg:

NWU1 x10
         2 x3
         3 x6
         4 x3
         5 x4
         6 x5
         7 x3
         8 x4
         9 x4
         10x2
         11x1
         12x1

Saxony:

NSA1 x 20
       2 x 3
       3 x 8
       4 x 5
       5 x 2
       6 x 2
       7 x 2
       8 x 8
       9 x 10
      10 x10
      11 x 4
      12 x 3
      13 x 2

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« Reply #88 on: 14 October 2018, 11:52:36 PM »

Hess-Darmstadt:

NHD1 x6
        2 x1
        3 x3
        4 x2
        5 x3
        6 x1
        7 x1

Wurttemberg:

NWU1 x10
         2 x3
         3 x6
         4 x3
         5 x4
         6 x5
         7 x3
         8 x4
         9 x4
         10x2
         11x1
         12x1

Saxony:

NSA1 x 20
       2 x 3
       3 x 8
       4 x 5
       5 x 2
       6 x 2
       7 x 2
       8 x 8
       9 x 10
      10 x10
      11 x 4
      12 x 3
      13 x 2

Wow, that's a big order!  I've added you to the list and that takes us over our target!  We're now good to go and everyone's getting some new figures!

This is where the fun starts now and we can add some extra items to the ranges:

At 3500 - We'll add the limbers to each range.

At 4000 - We'll add a pack of generic Napoleonic civilians to the range and add one as a freebie to every order.

At 4500 - We'll add flags for each state to the ranges.  Anyone who's ordered at least 5 packs from any state will receive a free set of flags for that same state.

At 5000 - We'll add casualty figures to all of our Naps ranges.

Let's keep the pledges going and see what extras we can add!
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« Reply #89 on: 14 October 2018, 11:55:41 PM »

Casualty figures!

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