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33725

Re: WATERLOO Rockets

Re Rockets The easiest solution to these almost useless items is as follows. The RHA battery firing Light Rockets is limited to 12" effective range and auto
Drew Jarman
11:50 PM
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33724

Re: WATERLOO

We made in house rules ( to add humour) Using 2d10 and firing template of 90. Centred on 45 running clockwise, 0-40 to the left side and 50-90 to the right.
npritchard87
8:19 AM
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33723

Borodino

Dear Colonel Bill, it worked and I have got your splendid scenario. I was only getting the Wargames Illustrated Mag before so I was a bit puzzled. Do you think
Seán Holden
8:19 AM
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33722

Re: Borodino 1812

Could be the URL. I get the warning when I click he link Bill had I the email, but not if I follow the age of eagles link in his sig. Same result in IE 9 and
Michael Brown
5:16 AM
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33721

Re: Borodino 1812

Is the offending browser up to date for the person complaining? Drew Sent from my iPhone http://drewjarman.blogspot.co.uk http://www.essexwarriors.org Historic
Drew Jarman
May 4
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33720

Re: [NapoleonicFireandFury] Borodino 1812

This one is a stumper. I have tried it on IE, Firefox, Opera, Chrome and Vivaldi and I am not getting the message. I did check the SharePoint server where AOE
Wilbur Gray
May 4
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33719

Re: Borodino 1812

... IÆm using Safari on a Mac & got a Security Certificate warning. :-) On May 4, 2015, at 2:03 PM, Wilbur Gray hmgs1@... [NapoleonicFireandFury]
magegames
May 4
#33719
 
33718

Re: Borodino 1812

Uh Microsoft is supposed to do that automatically. What browser you using? Just went there with IE and it worked fine. Warmest regards, /// BILL /// Wilbur E
Wilbur Gray
May 4
#33718
 
33717

Re: Borodino 1812

Bill, you need to update your Security Cert Michael Brown mwsaber6@... To: napoleonicfireandfury@yahoogroups.com From:
Michael Brown
May 4
#33717
 
33716

Borodino 1812

Go to page www.ageofeagles.com/Pages/Downloads.aspx and then click on the link Wargames Illustrated Borodino 1812. See if that works. Warmest regards, ///
Wilbur Gray
May 4
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33715

Re: AoE Trivia - Initiative Interphase die rolls

I never said the back to back option wasnt a good idea BUT the generals modifiers are too high imho. Drew Sent from my iPhone http://drewjarman.blogspot.co.uk
Drew Jarman
May 4
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33714

Re: AoE Trivia - Initiative Interphase die rolls

FWIW. - The back to back move opportunity is deliberate and one reason we went this route for Initiative. The actual command ratings of the generals or CICs
Wilbur Gray
May 4
#33714
 
33713

Re: WATERLOO

Don't panic about British rockets. I mounted mine on a larger base with a gun and use them as a normal horse battery at a pinch, half battery maybe. There are
Simon Gilbert
May 4
#33713
 
33712

Re: AoE Trivia - Initiative Interphase die rolls

If you are refighting historic battles then the Commanders modifier is probably not a bad idea though the max poss +5 differential is probably a bit too high
Drew Jarman
May 4
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33711

Re: AoE Trivia - Initiative Interphase die rolls

We always allow the initiative winner to choose whether to move first or second and this is a powerful sequence if applied at the critical moment. I don't see
vonkluge2001
May 4
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