The Saindoux Campaign of 1757 (Sharp Practice AARs)

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The Saindoux Campaign of 1757 (Sharp Practice AARs)

Post by Captain Reid » Sun Feb 12, 2017 11:42 am

Rather than have a small host of threads, I'm going to consolidate all my battle report links here and update when I post a new one.

The Place Where Lucy Ferris Fled is the latest - can the freshly arrived Captain Queen and his Royal Americans find the spy, Mrs Ferris, before Lieutenant Clouzeau of the Compagnie Franches de la Marine discovers her whereabouts?

Chapter One: Chasing the Ladies
1 - Grab Fanny (and Phemie)
2 - Snatching Fanny Again
3 - Finding Phemie
4 - Raiding Big Bottom
5 - Bringing Fanny to Climax

Chapter Two: Setting the Devil's Kitchen Aflame
1 - Firing Brimstone
2 - Two Sodom Nights, Part I: Damp Squib
3 - Two Sodom Nights, Part II: Matin Infernal
4 - Virginian Sacrifice
5 - On the Edge of Perdition
6 - The Place Where Lucy Ferris Fled

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Faith! If they tried to outrun a Hielandmon, they stood but a bad chance, for Whash! went the broadsword.
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Post by Mattias » Mon Feb 13, 2017 10:29 pm

Nice! I really enjoy how you linked your games together. /Mattias

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Post by Captain Reid » Tue Feb 14, 2017 4:28 pm

Two Sodom Nights, Part II: Matin Infernal

is the next instalment. I hope everyone enjoys it.
Faith! If they tried to outrun a Hielandmon, they stood but a bad chance, for Whash! went the broadsword.
- James Thompson, 78th Foot.

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Cerro Manteca, 1811, my Peninsular War blog.

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Re: The Saindoux Campaign of 1757 (Sharp Practice AARs)

Post by Peter » Tue Feb 14, 2017 10:14 pm

Hard times for the French! Another enjoyable write-up.

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Post by mluther » Tue Feb 21, 2017 4:28 pm

These do look quite fun. Thanks for sharing again.
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Post by Captain Reid » Sun Mar 12, 2017 3:26 pm

Virginian Sacrifice is on the site for your perusal now should you wish (even if you don't wish, it's still there . . .). Three dozen Huron take on twice their number of Virginia Provincials plus a tobacco salesman.
Faith! If they tried to outrun a Hielandmon, they stood but a bad chance, for Whash! went the broadsword.
- James Thompson, 78th Foot.

The Saindoux Campaign, 1757, my French and Indian War blog

Cerro Manteca, 1811, my Peninsular War blog.

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Re: The Saindoux Campaign of 1757 (Sharp Practice AARs)

Post by Munin » Tue Mar 14, 2017 8:22 pm

Unspeakable Khionontatehronons, indeed! Might I inquire as to the source(s) of your native names?

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Post by Captain Reid » Wed Mar 15, 2017 5:05 am

Faith! If they tried to outrun a Hielandmon, they stood but a bad chance, for Whash! went the broadsword.
- James Thompson, 78th Foot.

The Saindoux Campaign, 1757, my French and Indian War blog

Cerro Manteca, 1811, my Peninsular War blog.

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Re: The Saindoux Campaign of 1757 (Sharp Practice AARs)

Post by Captain Reid » Mon Mar 20, 2017 3:11 pm

On the Edge of Perdition

Lieut. Launderville of the Virginia Regt. takes on the intrepid Capitaine Alain Terieur of the Milice Canadienne.
Faith! If they tried to outrun a Hielandmon, they stood but a bad chance, for Whash! went the broadsword.
- James Thompson, 78th Foot.

The Saindoux Campaign, 1757, my French and Indian War blog

Cerro Manteca, 1811, my Peninsular War blog.

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Re: The Saindoux Campaign of 1757 (Sharp Practice AARs)

Post by Munin » Mon Mar 20, 2017 8:09 pm

Are you doing this as a Dawns and Departures campaign, or is this something you've cooked up for your own games? I'd love to see what mechanics (if any) are backing up your narratives here. They are delightful!

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