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    Graham Harrison
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    At the last Tring Wargames Club games day, we played a Franco-Prussian War battle using the Fire and Furia Francese amendments for Fire and Fury (produced by the Wyre Forest Wargamers).

    It pitted 3 Prussian Corps against the equivalent of two French ones. The Prussian objectives were to maintain control of the bridges across the river and seize the road junction at the French table edge. The French had a choice either to Attack, in which case the objectives were the bridges, or to Defend, where the objective was to hold the road exit. If the chose the latter then and units from the off-table reserve that was destroyed, would count against their victory point total. After a brief debate, the French commanders decided to defend.

    On another table was a superb refight of Borodino in 6mm. More pictures and AAR on the blog http://tringwargames.blogspot.co.uk/2018/03/games-day-10th-march.html

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    Guy Farrish
    Guy Farrish
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    Very nice.

    Borodino looks a bit uncluttered. I’ve played it a few times and I never remember having that much space! Lucky ***s.

    #86529

    Hwiccee
    Participant

    Nice to see a game of Fire and Furia Francese on here. It looks great and a nice report as well.

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    norm smith
    norm smith
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    Enjoyed, thanks. I am having an increasing regard of the 6mm big battle games.

    http://commanders.simdif.com

    #86563

    Graham Harrison
    Participant

    Thank you for the kind words.

    I am always very impressed with Chris’ 6mm games, even his smaller club night ones. Mind you, he has outlaid quite a bit of cash on his mats and terrain, so that it looks good.

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