AWI Requests

Started by Brett1815, 12 March 2010, 07:35:44 PM

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Dazza

26 July 2010, 07:17:57 PM #45 Last Edit: 26 July 2010, 07:23:39 PM by Dazza
ok here goes :

Hessian Mounted Officers (like AW99 @ Perry's)  and maybe a Scottish Mounted Officer also.

Interrogation set (like AW100 @ Perry's)

British dragrope teams

American dragrope teams

British / American Limbers ( 1 and 2 horse )

and then when time permits later : a pack for all nations depicting the "French high command" pack at Perry's (AW147)

ok cant think of anything other than whats already been asked for :)



oh I forgot,  how about a blindfolded prisoner so I can pretend its MEL GIBSON and put him in front of a firing squad :)


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republic of tolworth

Love to see all of the above 8)

But as it is a wish list...

Ameranids with close quarter weapons as well as muskets.

'Brawling' infantry useing muskets as clubs, swords and hatchets.

AWI civilians.

'Shattered' inf. wounded or in shock. Useful as disruption and casualty markers.

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goat major

If the cavalry are delayed then infantry in Tarletons (to use as Legion troops) would be cracking !

Guards in authentic southern campaign dress would also be something special !

Cheers and thanks for the generals !

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maciek

OK. guys,
all those civilians, dragrope teams and "interrogation scenes" sound interesting, but IMO there are not indispensable, and can be delayed.

And what is indispensable ?
- British command in roundabouts or/and cutdown coats
- American standing commands in coats and hunting shirts - now one cannot do properly looking american "firing line" because only available command are ont the move.

IMO above is most important thing to do.
Even more important than French and cavalry in tarletons.
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goat major

Maciek - thought you had decided that AWI was too boring  ;) :D
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maciek

Contrary - I found it very interesting.
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... but incomplete.
How can I do a regiment, that lacks command ! It would lead to another Trenton, I'm afraid  :)
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Dazza

I think Clib answered your Opinions and gave us a chance to list our wants :)

Quote from: maciek on 27 July 2010, 02:15:05 PM
OK. guys,
all those civilians, dragrope teams and "interrogation scenes" sound interesting, but IMO there are not indispensable, and can be delayed.
Quote from: clibinarium on 26 July 2010, 06:59:30 PM
If there are things you need, and other people want them too, I can give you a yea or nay, or possibly move them up the list, but I can't promise anything in case I can't fulfill it.
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Quote from: maciek on 27 July 2010, 02:15:05 PM
And what is indispensable ?
- British command in roundabouts or/and cutdown coats
- American standing commands in coats and hunting shirts - now one cannot do properly looking american "firing line" because only available command are on the move.
Quote from: clibinarium on 26 July 2010, 06:59:30 PM
My priorities for the end of the year will be to round out the missing command figures, like those for the saratoga British, the French, and a few bits for the Americans.

so we continue to list our requests :)

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republic of tolworth

What's indispensable if a subjective thing depending on campaign and style of play.

For me command bases obviously along with mounted command (yay! ;D)

However such things as I mentioned previously such as Ameranids is pretty indespensable to the games I will play, but that's just me ;)

Must say those officers do look mighty fine to me.

Back to the cruel mistress that is the paintbrush :)
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Dazza

Quote from: maciek on 27 July 2010, 04:21:26 PM
How can I do a regiment, that lacks command.

8) Pick another Regiment  :P :P :P
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Gunfreak

I'm glad to see you got british in roundabouts, even the same with blanket roll, which is very cool, but you only got them in march pose, not charge or firing,

I'm sure it's comming, and guess I should be happy with just having them in campaign dress.

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old smokie

will there be any US light infantry, marching and skirmishing in the very near future for this range

clibinarium

What do you mean by US light infantry exactly?

I'm guessing these guys;


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