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(22)Both of which are feasible in AoE unlike lots of other rules with smaller figure ratios and hence a larger ground scale. Drew Sent from my iPhone
Adkins Waterloo book
(48)My ex GW cupboards are 36" high and a perfect height for stress free gaming. I can easily stretch across 36" at that height. I can imagine the more rotund or
Re: [NapoleonicFireandFury] On Waterloo French Perspectives
(23)Yes, very much so! Mike Sent from my iPhone ... Yes, very much so! Mike Sent from my iPhone On 27 Nov 2013, at 22:29, email@example.com wrote: Drew If
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On Waterloo French Perspectives
(13)Or the RAF :-) Drew Sent from my iPhone
Re: [NapoleonicFireandFury] Combat in towns
(49)Hi simon On this group you can tell who knows there stuff and and the odd one or two you don't. ( me ). Books are on two levels. Take Bernard Cornwall, most of
Re: [NapoleonicFireandFury] Waterloo (was Combat in towns)
(92)That went off half-cocked ! Yes, I can see how the last part of the quoted sentence could have caused confusion, ... ' can see how the last part of the
Re: brigade in melee loses its skirmish screen
(12)We play that if a stand is within 2" of an enemy in firing arc, it uses the 1-2" firing value. If it has a target in arc 2+ to 4", it fires at that unit.
brigade in melee loses its skirmish screen
(15)Heh :) . Warmest regards, /// BILL /// Wilbur E Gray Colonel, US Army (Ret) AOE, PSS, HMGS WFG+ http://www.ageofeagles.com "The society that separates its
Alan Mountford's Salamanca files
(29)In that case read PH there is another book. I'll try to dig it out. Mike Sent from my iPhone
(30)Shopping Centre? You don't need loads of cash, just a credit card, that's like playing Russian roulette :-( Regards Mike Sent from my iPad ... Shopping Centre?
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