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Not quite sure which board to post this to, but the title pretty well says it all – do any of you know if Mr Whitehouse’s toy soldier rules will see the light of day any time soon?
Thanks in advance,
I let Howard know. Hope he will see this.
Sorry for delay in answering, I was fighting off the damned Boche with my own pluck and a broken brandy bottle.
The rules are being laid out by the intrepid Roderick Robertson, and will soon be available in PDF, soft cover, possibly hard cover, but not the stinky purple mimeograph edition many people asked for.
Word will be brought by heliograph and carrier pigeon at that time.
Hip Hip Hooray!
I do all my own stunts.
Thank you, Kyote, your shaking him seems to have lifted the rascal from his inebriated stupor, and with such good news, too! I’ll begin polishing the boots and saddle.
(And ooh, did he say possibly in hardcover? Hopefully it’s in fine tooled leather…)
Howard is in Blighty right now and slow to respond.
‘Twas only said in jest, Kyote – no criticism intended. Just thrilled about the news. Thank you both again!
Oh, it’s ok.
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