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Re: Squares shooting

Working on it for AOE II. Warmest regards, /// BILL /// Wilbur E Gray Colonel, US Army (Ret) AOE, PSS, HMGS WFG+ http://www.ageofeagles.com "The society that
Wilbur Gray
6:51 AM
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34320

Squares shooting

Bill I never noticed a ruling about direction of fire for squares. Some players think it doesnt change because the stands are moved around to highlight a
Drew Jarman
Aug 31
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34319

Re: AOE in Battalion Scale

Please input away. I'm the author and moderator and if I saw no problem, then none exists. Stay mellow. Warmest regards, /// BILL /// Wilbur E Gray Colonel, US
Wilbur Gray
Aug 31
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34318

Re: AOE in Battalion Scale

/RANT ON I believe they were developed from the same original Fire and Fury rules. What I saw was a desire to see regimental / battalion level rules. I only
berkebilep
Aug 31
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34317

Re: AOE in Battalion Scale

It's not on to advertise another rule set on our AoE yahoo group. Best Regards Mike L Sent from my iPhone 😊 ... It's not on to advertise another rule set on
Mike Leese
Aug 31
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34316

Re: AOE in Battalion Scale

I have done Ocana using AoE. The French players worked out by shuffling along the line remaining within 18" of a Spanish Brigade the could leave the Spanish
Drew Jarman
Aug 31
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34315

Re: AOE in Battalion Scale

I would once again suggest having a peek at "Suvarov in the Alps" and RFF. RFF is a fundamentally different game from AOE. Ground scale is quite different- 1"
Patrick Berkebile
Aug 30
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34314

Re: AOE in Battalion Scale

Alan Didn't I suggest the same to you quite some time ago? It may have included half base depth single rank for Btn. and normal for Brig. by using thin metal
Mike Leese
Aug 30
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34313

Re: AOE in Battalion Scale

Its always this and the need for some players to micro-manage the period because they grew up on Quarrie, Grant, Featherstone etc or have used other rules and
Drew Jarman
Aug 30
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34312

Re: AOE in Battalion Scale

Precisely. Colonel Bill Sent from Mail for Windows 10 From: Allan Mountford allan.mountford@... [NapoleonicFireandFury] Sent: Saturday, August 29, 2015
Wilbur Gray
Aug 29
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34311

Re: AOE in Battalion Scale

It's a scale and doctrine thing ;-) AoE standard infantry base is 0.75" wide x 1" deep. The depth is OK for brigade scale (120 yards) but a massive problem for
Allan Mountford
Aug 29
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34310

Re: AOE in Battalion Scale

I posted a response to this on TMP. Look for "Suvarov in the Alps" from Tom Garnett. On Military Matters carries it. The QRS can be found on the RF&F web site
Patrick Berkebile
Aug 29
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34309

Re: AOE in Battalion Scale

the basic tenet of AoE is that stands are formed into units that represent a brigade. a division is a collection of brigades. a corps is a collection of
wargamenut
Aug 28
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34308

Re: AOE in Battalion Scale

Because the author has said he isnt going to write amy! Drew Sent from my iPhone http://drewjarman.blogspot.co.uk http://www.essexwarriors.org Historic
Drew Jarman
Aug 28
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34307

Re: AOE in Battalion Scale

Didn't think this would be so difficult. I hate having to cobble together rules from different places. By the way this group is really slow to post a message.
rallyonme
Aug 28
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