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Artillery Placement

(19)
Hi Drew You're answering questions before I ask. If you look at the timing Best Regards Mike L
Mike Leese
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Feb 10

Converting "Grand Manner" battalions to AoE

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I'm trying to find figures for some of the allied Hanoverian light and militia battalions. A four figure base can represent a battalion and a brigade can have
Mike Leese
11
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Feb 10

Artillery firing when friendly units are in arc at short range

(6)
I didn't say it should be, I said :- "The problem is, that measurements are often taken from the barrel of the gun which represents a Russian battery of 12
Mike Leese
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Feb 4

Supporting Cavalry question

(27)
Thanks Drew. Maybe thinking of another set of rules that call for charge moves to be conducted first before "normal" moves . . . Mark D. Pawelski Executive
pawelski100
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Feb 3

Firing at Skirmish rated units

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This represents firing through an enemy skirmish screen. It applies to both firing infantry and artillery, but given the range of non-skirmish capable infantry
Wilbur Gray
3
posts
Feb 3

Olive groves in the peninsula

(10)
Hi all, we tried out the Vimeiro scenario from the files section today: Today's game saw the French take on a junior Arthur Wellesley at Vimeiro. The village
Stephen Luscombe
10
posts
Jan 31

Reserve Movement DRM

(5)
That's great. If you can rephrase your answer and include a lot of "ums" and "ers" and a couple of "well, I thinks", that's essentially what I told the
trimsaran2003
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posts
Jan 27

Retreating through friends

(18)
Oh yes, a Grand Battery can split its fire. Warmest regards, /// BILL /// Wilbur E Gray Colonel, US Army (Ret) AOE, PSS, HMGS WFG+ http://www.ageofeagles.com
Wilbur Gray
18
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Jan 18

Square

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Well mea culpa, color me wrong (again) on this topic. I could remember two cases where line of sight was mentioned in the rules. These were: "I can't the see
Doug Boggess
15
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Jan 8

Reserve Movement issues

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AOE II is $ 30.00. The scenarios should still work with AOE I. The discount was that you got a free copy of AOH when you picked up AOE II, etc. Warmest
Wilbur Gray
19
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Jan 5

Basing

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It's odd, I have heritage 15mm also the smaller strip Min figs. I also have 20mm MinFigs and Hinton-Hunt figures. My AB figures are much larger than even
Mike Leese
58
posts
Jan 4

Manhandled artillery

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Yes Drew we too play the "45" degree rule as written but rarely pivot more than once or twice. We just dont allow folks to "crab walk". It's really never a
vonkluge2001
53
posts
Jan 4

Troop Ratings in AoE2

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Two answers: Linear Infantry: Think Seven Years War. 1815 British and French are Impulse infantry (able to quickly deploy from Battalion Columns to Line with
Michael Brown
19
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Jan 3

Austrian Jagers

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Impressive!! Best Regards Mike L http://store.warlordgames.com/collections/great-britain/products/bef-section On 29 Dec 2015, at 22:38, 'Drew Jarman'
Mike Leese
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Dec 29, 2015

Solo Empires In Arms/AoE Campaign

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Thanks Bill. It's titled A Solo Module for Grand Manoeuvre  by Michael Collins. His website is http://grandmanoeuvre.co.uk/product-category/gm-rules/ I'm a
raminad8
10
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Dec 16, 2015
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