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« Reply #15 on: 30 August 2013, 09:35:45 PM »

That's a great looking battle - very nicely done  Cool

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« Reply #16 on: 31 August 2013, 10:55:10 AM »

Thanks guys it is nice of you to say so but you are being a little too kind. I really wish I had terrain like tschuma's Sad

I wasn't going to post up anything as this was just a quick game done with whatever was to hand. Some friends of mine turned up unexpectedly and so I just threw the game together with whatever I had. Dour Puritan: This is why we used 1859 period Austrians. I couldn't find my 1866 greatcoated Austrians (I subsequently remembered I have loaned them out) and it looked like we would have to use Napoleonic Austrians as 'stand in's'. But then I remembered the 1859 guys and so we used them. It was a similar story with the terrain. It was largely improvised and we did without roads as I couldn't find anything suitable.

But the guys who played, one of which took the photos, said I should and that people might like to see a game with our version of the Fire & Fury idea. We have up scaled to make the large battles of the period more doable. But the decider was tschuma's post, I think we were literally playing at the same time! Or at least judging by the time he posted his report we might of been Smiley

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« Reply #17 on: 06 September 2013, 11:49:15 PM »

I recently lost al my eastern theatre ACW commanders. Naturally they turned up in an unlabelled bag inside an unlabelled box; which takes us all back to the thread on what is your workspace like?

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