- 01/12/2017 at 16:47 #77543
We played a game of the September 1864 battle of Chickamauga last night, with much mayhem in the woods and precious few fields of fire for artillery.
Details and lots of photos here: https://corlearshookfencibles.blogspot.com/
This too shall pass01/12/2017 at 17:01 #77544GunDogMiniaturePaintingServiceParticipant
Great AAR report. Really like your gaming surface as well. Thanks for sharing.
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Sniffing out unpainted armies!02/12/2017 at 14:59 #77594Chris PringleParticipant
Thanks, Vincent! A sprawling affair in the woods it is, indeed. I really liked Chickamauga the couple of times I played it:
Same as with The Wilderness and Spotsylvania, perversely, the notoriously heavily wooded battlefields actually promote maneuver more than they hinder it – because they limit the fields of fire for artillery. This makes for good wargames with plenty of movement.
Bloody Big BATTLES!04/12/2017 at 21:53 #77850
Thank you gents. Rhys, the gaming surface is some green paper my wife gave me a roll of. I draw the field on it with colored markers.
This too shall pass06/12/2017 at 17:17 #78031
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