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Re: Size comparison I put everything from Heritage 15 mm Napoleonettes to AB and Blue Moon 15s on my table together, and I have only had one person notice, one time. Of course
Wilbur Gray
5:28 AM
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Re: Rule Interpretation He said my rules are great. Be nice to him :). Warmest regards, /// BILL /// Wilbur E Gray Colonel, US Army (Ret) AOE, PSS, HMGS WFG+
Wilbur Gray
5:26 AM
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Rule Interpretation Hi everyone. I am new to AoE. It's a great rule set but I have a couple of queries. Can any formation other than March Column use road movement? Can a battery
mdc.oconnell
5:10 AM
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Re: Size comparison Bill, Say hello to the SoCal crew for me. Although I'm a definitely an AoE fan, I'm still loyal to JR! Funny thing is that the group out here says that they
Kevin Slimak
9:43 PM
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Re: Size comparison I got into Napoleonic's years ago when a friend (?) gave me a bunch of ESSEX figures, some painted some not, I kept on for a bit with them then after seeing
vonkluge2001
9:46 AM
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Wargames illustrated war of 1812 The Battle of Lundy Lane for Regimental Fire and Fury Rich Hasenauer has made available optional rules for forming square on their Web site. Free Download.
Mike Leese
9:43 AM
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Re: NapoleonicFireandFury Both. The RULE is center to closest point. The INTENT of the rule is allow as many stands to gain contact as possible, thus avoiding the 21.9786 degree angle
Wilbur Gray
8:36 AM
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Re: NapoleonicFireandFury Not much discussion raised! This is the core of the combat. David
baguette19eme
8:24 AM
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Re: Size comparison Have some painted Austrians up on eBay that might work for you. http://www.ebay.com/itm/221421303523?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649
wfballingerjax
Apr 21
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Charege Movement Figure 15 Charge Movement page 34. As specified by the rules Brigade A should have advanced by the most direct route ie from its center to the enemy closest
baguette19eme
Apr 21
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Re: Size comparison Mike I did suggest you try Roundway/Naismith from Navwar :/) Drew Sent from my iPhone
Drew Jarman
Apr 20
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Re: Size comparison Mike, IMHO current Essex are too big....ditto with older ones (even though they aren't the same size). I've had the best luck with Naismith. Kevin
Kevin Slimak
Apr 20
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Size comparison My Heritage 15mm. Austrian cavalry need command figures. Light Dragoons (amazingly they have smaller horses than the Dragoons), Dragoons and Cuirassiers. Do
Mike Leese
Apr 20
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Re: 6mm and enamel Agreed - actually I have gotten away from enamel entirely; my paints are a mixture of GW, Tamiya, Vallejo and also some craft store paints Best wishes Michael
Michael J Rieder
Apr 20
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Re: Fw: Fwd: An Obituary printed in the London Times.....Absolutely Ah well, I suppose I'd better listen to Drew and yourself, and get organised then, I'll join the 21st. Century, (with a scowl). ;-) Regards Mike Sent from my
Mike Leese
Apr 19
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Re: Fw: Fwd: An Obituary printed in the London Times.....Absolutely While I do use enamel silver for bayonets. I would never use any other enamel for 6mm. Vallejo, Gamesworkshop, Reaper Master, Wargames Foundry and even Craft
stevemh71
Apr 19
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Re: Fw: Fwd: An Obituary printed in the London Times.....Absolutely Stop using enamels then :-) Drew Sent from my iPhone
Drew Jarman
Apr 19
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Re: Fw: Fwd: An Obituary printed in the London Times.....Absolutely You're beginning to tempt me to try a smaller scale for 1809. I painted a 24 figure battalion of Prussians using Baccus 6mm. " IR nr.6. 1/1st. West Prussian."
Mike Leese
Apr 19
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Re: Fw: Fwd: An Obituary printed in the London Times.....Absolutely It looks good - I am using the 1809 order of battel I put 9 figs per base for the infantry I also just finished off La Brigade Infernale - also in 6m - 6
Michael J Rieder
Apr 18
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Re: Fw: Fwd: An Obituary printed in the London Times.....Absolutely That should look impressive. 12 figures to a 3/4" wide base. Mike Sent from my iPhone
Mike Leese
Apr 18
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Re: Fw: Fwd: An Obituary printed in the London Times.....Absolutely Yes indeed Michael Rieder ... Yes indeed Michael Rieder On 04/18/14, Mike Leese wrote: Is that in 6mm. ? Mike Sent from my iPhone On
Michael J Rieder
Apr 18
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Mike Leese
Apr 18
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Re: Fw: Fwd: An Obituary printed in the London Times.....Absolutely Michael, The Times is usually boring, it's nice to see its brighter than usual ;-) Mike Sent from my iPhone
Mike Leese
Apr 18
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Re: Fw: Fwd: An Obituary printed in the London Times.....Absolutely Well, I liked it On a gaming topic, just finished basing Davout's 3rd Corps - watch out, Austrians! Michael Rieder ... Well, I liked it On a gaming topic, just
Michael J Rieder
Apr 18
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Re: Fw: Fwd: An Obituary printed in the London Times.....Absolutely Apologies All,   This message should not have been forwarded to this group just, a few friends. Good Gaming   Dave Churm On Thursday, 17 April 2014, 14:20,
Charles Churm
Apr 17
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Re: Fw: Fwd: An Obituary printed in the London Times.....Absolutely Just so Colonel Bill. Well done. "Nothing is impossible for a Man with a top hat with a Monkey with a monocle" - Professor Elemental M. C. Monkey-Dew's
Bob Minadeo
Apr 17
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Re: Fw: Fwd: An Obituary printed in the London Times.....Absolutely Gents, I'm going to shut down this thread in a preemptive strike. Its real close to politics, and politics, along with the had feelings they often cause, is
hmgs1b
Apr 17
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Re: Second Polotsk 1812 Trying to work on a scenario, but man not the greatest data available that's for sure. Should have one by end of week, but can't speak to it being 100%
stevemh71
Apr 16
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Re: Second Polotsk 1812 Hope to see you there Mike Sent from my iPhone
Mike Leese
Apr 15
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Re: Second Polotsk 1812 Yes Mike it is. Regards, Richard
lawrence50ra
Apr 15
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