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  • #51027
    carojon
    carojon
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    The second game played this month at the DWG was this 28mm Hail Caesar Greeks v Persian set to which got a fair proportion of the clubs figures out on the table for the first time in quite a few years

    The game produced a few command and control problems for the Greeks with the Persian force able to get stuck in with their scythed chariots in what proved to be a hard fought game.

    If you would like to see how things turned out then just follow the link to the DWG.

    http://devonwargames.blogspot.co.uk/2016/10/greeks-v-persians-hail-caesar.html

    If you are also looking to join a wargames club here in Devon then you might like to come along and check us out. We regularly play three different games a month right across the spectrum, specialising in historical wargaming and always aim to get visitors involved in a game on their first visit. You should also know that the first visit is free allowing you to decide if you would like to join us on a regular basis.

    Details about where we meet and when are on the club blog together with plenty of examples of the kind of games we like to play.

    Jonathan

    http://jjwargames.blogspot.co.uk

    #51036
    A Lot of Gaul
    A Lot of Gaul
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    Very nice AAR and pics, JJ! Thanks for sharing them with us here. 

    VENTOSA VIRI RESTABIT

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    Alert to wargamers everywhere: Greek temples in antiquity were frequently NOT ruins.

    #74673
    Phil Sherlock
    Phil Sherlock
    Participant

    But the ones from Aquariums usually are…

    Today is a good day to diet

    #74756
    Autodidact-O-Saurus
    Autodidact-O-Saurus
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    What about the temples from ancient Greek aquariums?

    [Duck]

    Self taught, persistently behind the times, never up to date. AKA ~ jeff
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