Home Forums Modern AAR33 The Uwanda-Mugabia War (Imagi-nations)

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    irishserb
    irishserb
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    I posted AAR33 of the my African imagi-nation war, another 6mm land battle at:

    http://irishserb.blogspot.com/2019/11/aar33-minor-delay.html

    Another tough battle for Mugabia, though interesting to play.

    Thanks for looking.

    irishserb

    #126273
    kyoteblue
    kyoteblue
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    That was lopsided.

    #126324
    Darkest Star Games
    Darkest Star Games
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    Ouch them Mugs are taking a pasting!  Long live Western hardware!

    That little drainage swale on the hill the Saladins where are is sooo cool.  Such a great little detail that adds a lot to the environment. (at least for me!)

    "I saw this in a cartoon once, but I'm pretty sure I can do it..."

    #126327
    irishserb
    irishserb
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    It was kind of a odd game, with things not seeming too bad for a long time, then in a couple of turns, everything fell apart.  The SU100s only got the one kill, and the Centurions kept missing most of their shots for a good while, ended up creating a false sense of security from the Mugabian perspective.  Then suddenly a bunch of losses in the middle, morale failure, the mortars got overrun, and the jets came, and the Mugabians just couldn’t get away.

    Thanks, regarding the terrain piece,  I did up about 20 tiles with those little wadi kind of things some years back, but hardy ever use them.

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    Jonathan Ellison
    Jonathan Ellison
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    Lovely AAR, what rules do you use?

    JonathanE

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    Thaddeus Blanchette
    Thaddeus Blanchette
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    Beautiful terrain!

    We get slapped around, but we have a good time!

    #126613

    Stephen Madjanovich
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    Lovely AAR, what rules do you use?

    He has said (elsewhere?) his own rules but I don’t recall if he mentioned any rules he used as a basis. I know I would love to get a copy myself.

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