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Napoleonic/Mid 19th C. Requests / Re: Camp scene
Last post by chrishanley - 11 July 2024, 07:30:45 PM
I follow the true faith.
Are there other non 10mm figures?
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Warband / Frar Vs 1d6 melee
Last post by Duke Speedy of Leighton - 11 July 2024, 07:22:32 PM
Hi guys,
Playing Warband today, and could not remember how a time worked, so we faked it

Fear causing base fighting a 1d6 melee base.
Does that base drop to 0d6, or stay at 1d6?  Just could not remember.

Full wrote up later.

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Napoleonic/Mid 19th C. Requests / Re: Camp scene
Last post by Big Insect - 11 July 2024, 07:19:28 PM
Quote from: chrishanley on 11 July 2024, 05:48:57 PMI am putting together various figures to make an HQ element and would very much like a generic Napoleonic set with generals, either bare-headed or with bicornes standing around looking at a table with maps, another looking through a telescope and some grumpy bloke sitting in a chair wearing a greatcoat and his arms folded. To accompany this set there would be a tent complete with camp fire and a tree stump or two.

Is this in the 'one true scale' - 10mm or some other 'heretic' scale?
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Blogs / Re: 1920s Balkans Horror - Whe...
Last post by Duke Speedy of Leighton - 11 July 2024, 07:19:22 PM
Awesome report Graham.
Look forwards to seeing Venice again
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18th & Early 19th C. Photos / Re: SYW Church and Churchyard
Last post by Last Hussar - 11 July 2024, 06:12:31 PM
Think you are likely to get yout money back, as the Windies at time of posting are 71 for 5!
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Napoleonic/Mid 19th C. Requests / Camp scene
Last post by chrishanley - 11 July 2024, 05:48:57 PM
I am putting together various figures to make an HQ element and would very much like a generic Napoleonic set with generals, either bare-headed or with bicornes standing around looking at a table with maps, another looking through a telescope and some grumpy bloke sitting in a chair wearing a greatcoat and his arms folded. To accompany this set there would be a tent complete with camp fire and a tree stump or two.
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18th & Early 19th C. Photos / Re: SYW Church and Churchyard
Last post by DHautpol - 11 July 2024, 05:18:16 PM
QuoteI'm at Lord's tomorrow and Saturday

Saturday is looking decidedly iffy  :(
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General Discussion / Re: The Partly filled Storage ...
Last post by DHautpol - 11 July 2024, 04:29:19 PM
Years ago I was fortunate enough to acquire a lot of file boxes that were being replaced by our then Paperkeepers (Records Management in today's parlance).

They are essentially 35cm x 23cm x 8cm, although back in the day they were intended for foolscap files. The lid hinges along one of the long edges and the opposite side drops down. They comfortably accommodate two of the 35mm deep MDF trays sold by Commission Figurines for use with the RUB boxes, although I do have to plane down the protruding lip on the short sides. 
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18th & Early 19th C. Photos / Re: SYW Church and Churchyard
Last post by DHautpol - 11 July 2024, 04:09:48 PM
Thank you for your kind comments.

I'm working on a couple of tutorials for the church and the churchyard. I hope to post these on Sunday or Monday; I'm at Lord's tomorrow and Saturday so I won't get to complete them any sooner.
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General Discussion / Re: The Partly filled Storage ...
Last post by fsn - 11 July 2024, 03:55:20 PM
Amazon. 10 x 4l for £47. Keep you in boxes for ages.
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