- 09/05/2017 at 12:50 #61733Alan MillicheapParticipant28/05/2017 at 13:58 #63285Darryl SmithParticipant
Nice AAR, thanks for including how BBB could work within such a small setting! When I first read your topic title I thought perhaps you had gotten into the liquor cabinet a bit early.
Buckeye Six Actual
http://germancolonialgaming.blogspot.com/28/05/2017 at 15:25 #63293General SladeParticipant
Nice write up. I must admit I had never heard of this battle (or the war for that matter) so it made for an interesting read. Good-looking game as well, though I am not sure about the smilies. Makes it look like a rave rather than a battle.28/05/2017 at 15:49 #63296Victoria DicksonParticipant
Sad faces might have been a bit more appropriate.
Nice looking game, thanks for sharing it. 🙂28/05/2017 at 16:51 #63302McKinstryParticipant
I thought that was a very clever way to handle a battle that is pretty small by BBB standards.
The tree of Life is self pruning.28/05/2017 at 16:54 #63303Gone FishingParticipant
That is a beautiful looking game. Very well done!28/05/2017 at 22:13 #63324Alan MillicheapParticipant
Smiley Faces? Yes I do enjoy the odd rave now and again although it’s taking me longer and longer to recover from an all-nighter
And there’s me worrying about a man on a horse on the roof of the stable
Hopefully it’s given you some food for thought – a good rules engine should open up a world (or worlds) of possibilities
General Slade – my parents disapproved of the Beano, the Dandy and the Victor – I was brought up on Look and Lean and Ron Embleton’s amazing illustrations within those pages. That’s where my fascination with Mexican history began.
Alan28/05/2017 at 22:22 #63326
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