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Author Topic: Another Thirty Years War skirmish...  (Read 7461 times)

Offline Patrice

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Re: Another Thirty Years War skirmish...
« Reply #15 on: May 10, 2015, 04:39:54 PM »
 :o Thanks guys, I was not expecting to see this AAR mentioned again. :)

Sorry for the necromancy... but when will be released the THW and ECW QRF for the ruleset???
Ahem, yes, it seems I forgot this update since a long time :-X I must look at it again soon! In fact the rules may be expanded in so many ways that nothing is never complete... and work is done in the directions people scream for.

A few weeks ago someone remembered that very old extensions of the rules included medieval-fantasy ...and then suddenly people have been asking me to update this too ...and now I'm busy with hobgoblins, ghouls, and magical spells etc... ::)

Seeing this I definitely want to give Argad a go. Great looking game. I take it your happy with the way the rules plyed out and handled the scenario?
Argad is a great set of rules:)
Thanks for your interest  :)  The rules are not very popular because they are mostly intended for RPG-inspired games (such as the game in this AAR), with a Game master organizing a scenario and playing the NPC, and players not too competitive and not thinking maths.

Who did the wagon?
I'll ask its owner; it certainly is an old product. ???

« Last Edit: May 10, 2015, 04:42:34 PM by Patrice »

Offline Patrice

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Re: Another Thirty Years War skirmish...
« Reply #16 on: May 11, 2015, 04:40:57 PM »
Who did the wagon?
I'll ask its owner; it certainly is an old product. ???

Ooooh what did I say!  ::) :?
It's from Perry Miniatures, the famous "WR27 Covered supply wagon" in their WOTR range.
It does well in early 17th century too, I must say.


 

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