Garibaldi and the Two Sicilies for Sharp Practice

With the publication of the second edition of Sharp Practice, one of the things we are very keen to do is to work with other Lardy gamers to get as wide a range of Army Lists available for all sorts of different conflicts which the rules can be used for.  This must be a co-operative process with gamers taking the lead in telling us what Lists they want to see and getting involved in producing these.  We are very happy indeed to work with you on producing lists, all we need is for you to work with us to get them produced.  We can then make sure that they are available for other gamers all around the world to use and enjoy.
It had been my intention to include Army Lists for Garibaldi and the Two Sicilies in the main rules, but sadly space meant that we couldn’t quite squeeze it in.  This is a real shame as I have some very nice figures for the period from Gringo 40’s which are a pleasure to game with.  What’s more, this is an interesting conflict as the two sides are so very different.
As a result it is my great pleasure to make the Army Lists for Garibaldi and his Bourbon adversaries available as the first downloadable Army lists for the new edition of Sharp Practice.  You can find out all about these very biscuity opponents here: Garibaldi & the Two Sicilies


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