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    Avatar photoAnthony Miles
    Participant

    Over the three days of 17th, 18th and 19th of June our club rolled out our Waterloo game again. Played in 28mm using the Shako II ruleset with some house and scenario tweaks.

    I had command of Alten’s 3rd Allied Division plus a few independent units, to hold La Haye Sainte and the allied centre right.

    Over the course of the weekend I had some appalling dice and when I did roll well my opponent invariably rolled just enough to beat me. Still my division did hang around long enough to help the allies secure a very narrow victory.

    Overall a great but sometimes frustrating weekends gaming.

    More about the game on my blog atJabba’s Wargaming

    Thanks
    Tony.

    #175691
    Avatar photoRoundie
    Participant

    great looking game.

    I’m gonna dig out my old Shako II rules and have a read, maybe throw some toys on the table.

    From what I’ve read on the web a lot of people are torn between Shako 1 & 2.

    So I would be interested in what house rules you have come up with.

    Used to play a lot of Shako 1 back in the day, but never really made the leap to Shako II. Not sure why?

    R

     

     

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    That’s what “epic” really means.

    Mick Hayman
    Margate and New Orleans

    #175739
    Avatar photowillz
    Participant

    That’s wonderful Napoleonic eye candy, thanks for posting.

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