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- Thu Feb 13, 2020 12:07 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: TFL and Border Reivers
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Has anyone used TFL rules for any Border Reivers games? There have been a couple of Sharp Practice threads suggesting the idea that started back in 2014, but petered out (around 2016?) I've been starting to get into Dux, and certainly the raiding rules and scenarios look perfect for Reivers, but not...
Have you seen this web page: http://rabbitsinmybasement.blogspot.com/2016/06/north-west-frontier-troop-lists-for.html Looks like James the blogger uses this for later 19th Century NWF (post 2nd Anglo-Afghan War?) I found an AAR of an earlier Afghans vs Sepoys with SP1. But fairly limited info re: l...
The references to biological warfare and infected fleas reminds me of "Major Howdy Bixby’s Album of Forgotten Warbirds" (from Bruce McCall's satirical drawings in Zany Afternoons ), which includes the Japanese Kakaka "Shirley" Amphibious Pedal-Bomber , a bicycle-powered paper airplane carrying a rab...
- Sun Feb 09, 2020 9:32 pm
- Forum: After Action Reports
- Topic: Gembloux Gap campaign (updated 17 02 20)
- Replies: 103
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Another great AAR - and a truly see-sawing campaign. The German's difficulties over the first four games seemed to have been made a distant memory over the last three games, and then this one going right down to the wire and with both sides taking quite a battering. I have found my support switching...
I've ordered both and will be guided by your advice about the sequence for reading
- Mon Feb 03, 2020 9:05 am
- Forum: Miniatures, Models & Scenery
- Topic: CanCon 2020 - CoC Blitzkrieg
- Replies: 12
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PS Did any German player actually win the canal crossing scenario? If so did they have an Iron Cross medal presentation 😊 This German player didn't! :lol: I did get all my squads across largely intact, and managed to break one French section, but two of my three sections were very badly shot up in ...
I know very little of this period but have been impressed with the rules and keen to give it a go. The rules do provide a good historical overview of early Dark Ages Britain and the rise of the Saxons, but can anyone recommend a reading list (non-fiction and fiction) to help fill out more detail and...