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  • #46610
    Kaptain Kobold
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    Having had my toys out on the table yesterday to replay Tucuman, I had a go at a battle from the other end of the continent this evening – the 1820 action at Laguna Salada, which saw a mixed Irish and British Legion force fighting Royalist troops in what is now Colombia.

    It’s the first time I’ve tried a scenario from John Fletcher’s excellent ‘Adventures of the British & Irish Legions in South America 1817-1824’, and it gave an interesting, if one-sided, couple of games.

    You can read more about it here: http://hordesofthethings.blogspot.com.au/2016/08/laguna-salada-twice-please.html

     

    #46620
    Darryl Smith
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    Nice AAR! Good to see the Liberators efforts out there on tabletop! What figures are you using?

    Buckeye Six Actual
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    #46633
    Kaptain Kobold
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    Nice AAR! Good to see the Liberators efforts out there on tabletop! What figures are you using?

    They’re all 6mm Irregular Miniatures, mostly from their Napoleonics range (as you’d expect), but with the odd interloper from their Mexican ranges.

     

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