15/18mm figures; scale 1" /=100m; units are batteries, cavalry brigades, infantry 1/2 divisions/ brigades or if big enough, down to regiments. Scales and representation fully adaptable. My creation, my long matured baby!
Guess what, my own rules
Balls, fire and steel, Frederick.
(adapted from the napoleonic system.) maybe, or not...Now playing Twilight of the Soldier Kings ;)
Using Fire and Fury regimental... so far.
As of early 2020 nearly all the minis (but not the terrain) are from a local pal. very rare games...I have 200+ figs to paint plus the remanats of my former johnny reb armies to revamp. here
Used to play, very much in general reserve nowadays. Ocasionnal Battlefront game with a friend who has...everything for it. I'd have most of the terrain though. Typically;)
1/6000th ships and 1/1200 air from last Square /Magister Militum. If only I had players!
I enjoyed it very much...but one cannot play everything especially when others around..well don't play so much. And this one is not much solo and when I moved, selling the whole bunch to a friend (who is supposed to play well...) it filled my whole car. little skirmish game but well, you need country houses, then urban types, then these vehicles, then this orchards, then...
This was a test of Blücher rules with cards. I could not stand the disapearance of that very important and newish (when you do the revolution vs 18th century minded columns) organisational step: the division . And this 1815 prussians who could put all their Landwehr on one side, ignoring real organization. A good game but lacking in history. Obviously I modified it, but still would not go further with it.
15/18 mm figs. So far I learned BY FIRE AND SWORD more or less 3 times! no one wants to play and I allowed myself to forget it three times. Still very willing and have added even more troops.
And then the rules keep changing a bit...
Soon more as the Thirty years is here! A very ancient dream!
In 20 MM, started around 2010 till 2013. All given or sold as had to shrink space for storage. it all started as "a small quick game", ended up with 1700€ of spending and the thing filled the whole car when I moved it to its new home. Had a lot of fun with it. Souvenir pics.
You can view bigger pics with right click "view image"...
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