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    WhirlwindWhirlwind
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    I refought the Battle of Teugn-Hausen 1809 scenario published in Miniature Wargames 379 this week.  It was a thoroughly enjoyable scenario, although I have been reliably informed that my terrain was a little out!  No matter, I shall ensure greater fidelity during my next go at it.  Details of the refight are here: http://hereticalgaming.blogspot.co.uk/2014/10/miniature-wargames-scenario-battle-of.html

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    #11296
    MikeMike
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    Nice. Total Battle Miniatures buildings, Adler figures?

    #11297
    WhirlwindWhirlwind
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    Total Battle Miniatures for the buildings (lovely things! – I think I bought them from you, thinking about it), Baccus for the figures.

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    #11303
    McLaddieMcLaddie
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    Boy, you jumped on that article quickly. I just got the issue.  Nice write up.  I do like Baccus figures.

    #11310
    BanditBandit
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    Nice writeup tempest. I’ve struggled with the OB for this battle a couple times comparing Arnold’s to the Osprey to the ~1998 Age of Napoleon magazine article (if I’m thinking of the right one). Some day soon I’ll dig into it more, now I’m thinking I might pickup this copy of Miniature Wargames.

    Thanks again!

    #11316
    WhirlwindWhirlwind
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    Thanks for the kind words.

    @McLaddie – the moons just aligned: I had time to set-up and play a game, the magazine arrived with a suitable scenario and I just thought I’d give that one a go.

    @Bandit,

    I think the scenario order of battle in the magazine is simplified to make it easily portable to any horse and musket period, so I would only buy it for use as a gaming scenario, rather than to reflect a particularly accurate order of battle.  I think the author (Steve Jones) uses the Gill trilogy for his orders of battle, at least those are the ones I’ve seen him looking at around the show circuit.

    In fact, here is Steve Jones refighting Teugn-Hausen himself: http://paintingshed.blogspot.co.uk/2011/08/adventures-in-bavaria-and-austria.html

     

     

     

     

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