A close run thing, French Revolution 1795.

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Sheepman
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A close run thing, French Revolution 1795.

Post by Sheepman » Thu May 16, 2019 8:14 pm

A thoroughly enjoyable evenings entertainment was had by Neal and myself playing a French Revolutionary encounter set in Flanders in 1795 between a fairly solid Austrian force under Haupman Von Trump, Trump by name and flatulent by nature and a flighty but competent French group of rouges commanded by Lieutenant Victor. Objective, kill each other! Please look out for Korporal Hackle the midget (a Foundry figure who when compared to his counterpart true 28mm fellow can be seen to be vertically challenged) performed heroics on the day.

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For an entertaining and humorous read please follow the link, though beware there was a certain amount of mild swearing as the game went on!

https://thenorthumbrianwargamer.blogspo ... actice%202

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Re: A close run thing, French Revolution 1795.

Post by Capt Fortier » Sat May 18, 2019 12:53 am

Really great to see this period getting a run - and a fun tale too!
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Re: A close run thing, French Revolution 1795.

Post by Sheepman » Sat May 18, 2019 9:13 pm

Very kind Cap.
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