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- 12/08/2014 at 09:51 #4115piers brandParticipant
Our first test of using Longstreet for a historical refight… Result was a repeat of history with the Confederates delaying the Union forces long enough to claim a strategic victory!12/08/2014 at 20:10 #4170GoliadParticipant
Very nice looking game. I don’t live too far from the South Mountain passes so nice to see the battle on the tabletop. Another Union victory wasted by McClellan! What did you think about the Longstreet rules? I am thinking about buying them. From what I read I did not think they had skirmish/open order formations but it looks like you have a Union unit deployed in open order.13/08/2014 at 01:21 #4204piers brandParticipant
Love th3 rules.
Really give the right feel for the period for me and the campaign system is brilliant.13/08/2014 at 13:21 #4247AnonymousInactive
Love the layout! My favourite period as it was the first I ever war gamed properly back in 1971. I think it is the diversity that makes the ACW an interesting conflict, from Napoleonic style lines to trench warfare and the western and Eastern theatres. I use Honour and Glory for 20mm games and good old Fire and Fury for the 15mm.
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