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42693

Re: FAQ on Forts

Thanks. Mr. Barker was sent a copy of the interpretations and did not object to any of them. It seems that where there are aspects of the rules that some
Robert Beattie
5:21 PM
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42692

Re: FAQ on Forts

I agree in principal but do not see where this good logic is in agreement with the RAW. The rules say non assaulting troops must enter or leave a City by a
Terry Griner
3:45 PM
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42691

Re: FAQ on Forts

Hi all Just a quick ‎point. I play DBA in a club in South Africa. In regards to a fort we have settled the problem as well as other problems in the following
stephenflatt@rocketmail.com
11:21 AM
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42690

Re: FAQ on Forts

Fair enough, Bob. Apologies. Seems I got the quote wrong, though the statement that entry/exit did NOT require use of a gate was made, and no requirement is
smiffft
10:44 AM
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42689

FAQ on Forts

If you are going to quote me, please do not take text out of context, or get it wrong. This is what I wrote about, quoting Chris. This is not covered in the
Robert Beattie
9:56 AM
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42688

Re: DBA 3 FAQ- from the DBA 3 Revising/Development Team...

The posting on Fanaticus from Bob referred to was a reply from Chris Handley, cited as a member of the WRG management (though it's not a name with which I'm
smiffft
6:17 AM
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42687

Re: DBA 3 FAQ- from the DBA 3 Revising/Development Team...

Yep, as umpire you can only be fair. My view of umpiring is to stick to what is written in the rulebook as far as possible, and I get the feeling that this FAQ
smiffft
5:13 AM
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42686

Re: DBA 3 FAQ- from the DBA 3 Revising/Development Team...

v3 isn't v2.2. I'd say assuming that the rules are the same as another rule set to be much further down that slope you describe. The rules for Hamlets and
platypus01au
3:16 AM
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42685

Some DBA pics from Masterton Marauders, March 29

Hello all The Masterton Marauders' club blog has been updated http://mastertonmarauders.blogspot.co.nz/ Yesterday's meeting turned into something of a "show
Vince Cholewa
1:56 AM
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42684

Re: DBA 3 FAQ- from the DBA 3 Revising/Development Team...

Yes, that is the simplest ASSUMPTION, indeed. However, in the previous iteration (2.2) we had no such restrictions, and entry/exit were possible at any point
smiffft
12:44 AM
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42683

Re: DBA 3 FAQ- from the DBA 3 Revising/Development Team...

Damn!  My last post should have read that the Fanaticus discussion concluded that there was no requirement to use the gate to enter or leave a fort. On
Denis Grey
12:09 AM
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42682

Re: DBA 3 FAQ- from the DBA 3 Revising/Development Team...

A good question Martin.  When the subject of forts and gates was discussed on the Fanaticus forum at the end of last year, Bob Beattie and at least one other
Denis Grey
10:09 PM
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42681

Re: SOA battleday - Hydaspes

Most impressive, and I love the terrain too :-) Vince Sent from my iPhone
Vince Cholewa
9:50 PM
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Re: DBA 3 FAQ- from the DBA 3 Revising/Development Team...

The issue is that there is no mention AT ALL about how troops enter or leave Forts. Given they are not terrain like Hamlet or Edifice, there must be rules for
platypus01au
8:57 PM
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42679

Re: SOA battleday - Hydaspes

The DBA photo on TMP shows the morning game with the figures roughly placed before they were placed more carefully and we started. In this battle both right
zaphoid_1999
Mar 29
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