CoC WW1 1914

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CoC WW1 1914

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Hi Everyone. This is my first post here so I thought I’d bring a variation. I put together a 1914 CoC game - Retreat from Mons. Would this be of interest? Thanks, Greg

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yes of course!

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I would be interested.

I've been playing 1914 French and Germans using through the mud and the blood.

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Thanks PascalT and Darren for immediate replies.I have put together a video of a CoC game on my YouTube channel Wargaming World and have made British and German 1914 army lists too at wargamingworld.net

The videos were a trial to see if there is interest but I would certainly do more and improve the 1914 army list detail if there is interest.

I’d really welcome your feedback, thanks Greg

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I have to admit I know little about the fighting in 1914 but if it involved men on horseback with long pointy sticks I'm in! 😊.

There are some very tasty 28mm figures made for 1914 atm.

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Yes lancers for the BEF and the Germans.

Would it be helpful if I post some pictures in the Chain of Command Facebook group? I could put early thoughts there also?

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Indeed that would be good, although personally I am no longer on that particular group but I sure others would appreciate it.

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greg
i didn't find the lists on your website.
Concerning the videos they are interesting but uneasy to follow becausse sound is pretty low.

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Thanks will have a look

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