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  • in reply to: Canadian Militia(Milice), and etc… . #4045
    Avatar photoLoyalhanna
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    Hello Richard,

    Glad you enjoyed the article. This is a very interesting period and provides for some very interesting scenarios. This is a really fun period to game in.

    in reply to: Canadian Militia(Milice), and etc… . #4014
    Avatar photoLoyalhanna
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    <span style=”font-size: 20px;”>Thank you for those kind words. The article was meant to help those who are not privy to information on a vital group of men, that helped hold off the British for many years. Forbes and Bouquet were masterminds of a campaign to force the French out of the Ohio country. They not only had the sheer numbers of men, but used some good old common sense and logic to force them out. The French, for what they had available, did as much as they could.</span>

    Avatar photoLoyalhanna
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    I am interested in the FIW,SYW, and AWI. Each is unique unto itself. The FIW lends itself well to skirmish and small battles. You have the gambit of troop types from regulars, provincials, militia, Indians, and civilians. The terrain is awesome to game in and forts and stockades are nice added items. Plus it helps when you were born ,raised, and live where all this took place. The SYW has all the color one would want for uniforms(even pink!). Troop types abound and it is small enough that you could field an entire army or wing. The AWI is another favorite for colors and troop types and through in the Indians as well. Cav and artillery do not dominate unless your at Yorktown. It is also small enough to collect entire armies. I have Cornwallis’ entire army at Yorktown in 15mm plus Clinton’s relief force painted and ready for action. I still have to finish my Continentals and start my French. That about does it.

    in reply to: Welcome to the 18th Century Forum #3788
    Avatar photoLoyalhanna
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    Hello All,

    Just joined from across the pond. Graham at Crann Tara told me about this forum. Hope I can contribute to the conversations on here. I already see that Truscott has joined. Good to see you from TMP. Thank you for starting this page.

    take care,

    Keith from Loyalhanna Outpost

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