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  • 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

    berkebilep 4 hours ago
  • 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 10 hours ago
  • 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

    braunschweig_woffenbuttel 11 hours ago
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Age of Honor is here! At the end of the day, this supplement is a pleasant surprise. The modifications are perfectly integrated with the basic system and shows an exemplary playability throughout, all at an extremely reasonable price given the overall quality of the booklet: an excellent reworking of Age of Eagles!

Vae Victis, July 2010

BREAKING NEWS! Age of Honor, our second expansion module, 88 full color glossy pages chock full of Lace Wars Fire & Fury goodness, is now available for only $ 28.00 US! You can get all the details and purchase this book at our Website via http://www.ageofeagles.com or from On Military Matters, Warweb and other fine retailers. Why not take a test drive with our free Burkersdorf 1762 scenario download from the same site.

This group supports Age of Eagles, Colonel (Ret) Bill Gray's popular Napoleonic variant of Rich Hasenauer's classic Fire & Fury miniature rules, Here we answer game related questions and provide some of the best conversation on the Web. From our Website we likewise offer a periodic Supplement with corrections and optional rules to enhance your enjoyment of the game. Also available for free download is the Quick Reference Sheet (to avoid ripping out the one in the book)and a bunch of free scenarios. All documents are continuously updated.

Oh yes, don't know what BOFF is? Consider that another reason to join up. Welcome!

Photo of new scenario book by Richard Hasenauer.

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  • Jan 4, 2001
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