- 08/12/2021 at 16:27 #165793JozisTinManParticipant
Dusted it off, enjoy!
Ivan: I recently discovered Sabaton’s Great War album, inspirational. 🙂
http://jozistinman.blogspot.com/08/12/2021 at 18:00 #165797Tony SParticipant
Very nice! I’m especially interested in Trench Hammer lately because I finally restarted an old project and now have some WW1 troops! Even unearthed some trenches.
I also am interested in your comparison of different rules using the same scenario. I like doing that as well. In fact, we’re planning on playing the same scenario but using LaSalle and then Shadow of the Eagles.09/12/2021 at 13:41 #165823JozisTinManParticipant
Thanks! I keep flirting with Chain of Command WW1, but I am looking for something I can put down for 6 months and then pick up again and start playing with my limited time. Plus My figures are not individually based. I know I could use a roster, but I have a mental block about it and I do NOT want to rebase.
Crossfire will raise the scale slightly, so my next game will be a couple of German platoons against a British platoon defending, small for a crossfire game. We shall see how it develops.
http://jozistinman.blogspot.com/14/12/2021 at 18:11 #165975DaveH303Participant
I’m definitely interested in giving Trench Hammer a try though I can see the appeal of using the Lardies Chain of Command WW1. Going to try and get a couple of other projects out of the way first though.
Blogging about wargames at https://comment-deleted.blogspot.co.uk15/12/2021 at 05:56 #165983kyoteblueParticipant
Good to see this after I get done with a Team Yankee campaign game I’m running I will revisit this.
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