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« Reply #360 on: 25 November 2019, 04:39:32 PM »

1) What ruleset did you use in your last game? IACTA ALEA EST!
2) What armies were fighting? - Seleucids and Republican Romans
3) Did you feel comfortable with the ruleset? Yes
4) and... was this the first time you used this ruleset? Not a bit of it
5) How many players were in the game? three
6) What went well? River in spate covered my flank; enemy suffered from desertions and frequent disorder in muddy going.
7) What could have been improved? - My own horse had mud trouble too; but this was an acceptable trade-off against a mounted-strong enemy.
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« Reply #361 on: 27 November 2019, 04:01:05 PM »

1) What ruleset did you use in your last game? Dragon Rampant
2) What armies were fighting? - 17thC English vs Forest of Dean dwellers
3) Did you feel comfortable with the ruleset? Pretty much
4) and... was this the first time you used this ruleset? No, but a tad rusty
5) How many players were in the game? Solo
6) What went well? The broad game mechanics came back and flowed nicely. The morale save by both sides were rather good.
7) What could have been improved? - I forgot a few rules, but not surprising really, given I haven't played for a year or so.
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« Reply #362 on: 07 December 2019, 06:24:02 PM »

1) What ruleset did you use in your last game? Piquet, field of battle
2) What armies were fighting? - ACW
3) Did you feel comfortable with the ruleset? Yes
4) and... was this the first time you used this ruleset? Not a bit of it
5) How many players were in the game? three
6) What went well? The South won, and I was playing a confederate officer ! The game ran very well.  And  it was the first time I used my dedicated room (I had to move again, the 4th time in one year and a half Sad  so I'm glad there's something good Wink )
7) What could have been improved? - The North side was a bit too weak.  I used the #7 scenario from "scenario for all ages", (as some people here incited me to buy Wink ) and choose to use 1861. The  blue had to quickly get away.. but were badly commanded... I should have give them a better officer.
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« Reply #363 on: 07 December 2019, 06:45:44 PM »

1) What ruleset did you use in your last game? IACTA ALEA EST! (with medieval bogey table for the Moors)
2) What armies were fighting? - Vikings and Andalusian Muslims
3) Did you feel comfortable with the ruleset? Yes
4) and... was this the first time you used this ruleset? Not a bit of it
5) How many players were in the game? two
6) What went well? rainy weather hindered Muslim archery for a few rounds, and the muddy field delayed their horse a great deal; their Frankish allies deserted; the lighter troops failed a few evasion tests. When morale on both sides went shaky, we just pulled through, but they became shaken, and broke shortly afterwards. The Berserkir did useful service in just tying up some critical Umayyad units with their refusal to run away
7) What could have been improved? - My Huscarls did poorly under attack; brave enough, but casualties were more rapid than they should have been. Berber light horse made short work of a large warband, too, but that will probably always happen unless we get very dense terrain to cover our flanks.
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« Reply #364 on: 07 December 2019, 08:02:02 PM »

1) What ruleset did you use in your last game? Piquet, field of battle
2) What armies were fighting? - ACW
3) Did you feel comfortable with the ruleset? Yes
4) and... was this the first time you used this ruleset? Not a bit of it
5) How many players were in the game? three
6) What went well? The South won, and I was playing a confederate officer ! The game ran very well.  And  it was the first time I used my dedicated room (I had to move again, the 4th time in one year and a half Sad  so I'm glad there's something good Wink )
7) What could have been improved? - The North side was a bit too weak.  I used the #7 scenario from "scenario for all ages", (as some people here incited me to buy Wink ) and choose to use 1861. The  blue had to quickly get away.. but were badly commanded... I should have give them a better officer.


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« Reply #365 on: Today at 06:39:30 AM »

1) What ruleset did you use in your last game? Honours of War
2) What armies were fighting? - '44 Franco-Jacobites vs Hanoverians British
3) Did you feel comfortable with the ruleset? Very
4) and... was this the first time you used this ruleset? No
5) How many players were in the game? Two
6) What went well? The Hanoverian British cavalry charges die rolling
7) What could have been improved? - One French cavalry command roll might have turned the game in favour of the Franco-Jacobites
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