ANCIENT SHARP PRACTICE - INFAMY! INFAMY!

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Snowcat
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agent_pumpkin wrote:
Tue Oct 08, 2019 11:58 am
I've been seeing some test games for this on Twitter, and they look great fun. I'm really excited for this.
Ah yes, just noticed those on the Lardies Twitter feed. 8-)
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More tests tonight but this time with Legionaries rather than the Auxiliaries that we have stuck to for now.

Last week my hairy Brits rolled over the Roman supports for victory leaving the auxiliaries high and dry! Let’s see how they do against the “Big Boys”!

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Super Sidney has done a blogging post type thing!

http://sidneyroundwood.blogspot.com/201 ... f.html?m=1
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agent_pumpkin wrote:
Wed Oct 09, 2019 11:12 am
Super Sidney has done a blogging post type thing!

http://sidneyroundwood.blogspot.com/201 ... f.html?m=1
Nice one! Thanks for posting.

We appear to have started something...! ;)
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This certainly interests me! Too long have my legions sat in the cupboard ...
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We all thought that was just because of the "don't ask, don't tell" thing....
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I'm not familiar with SP, but interested in the ancient version in development. Have some 1/72 Roman and Celts figures. Could they possibly work with the rules?

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It's going to be scale neutral, so yes to the 1/72 figures. At a guess, 30-60 figures each side for a playable force.

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And it shall be known as...

DISCIPLINA ET VIRTUS!

Have a read of this: https://toofatlardies.co.uk/blog/?p=7854
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Now I can some thing with all those extra Ancients figures I have from making armies for Might of Arms...especially Romans...Im definitly in! A small ton from OG25s...
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