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L’art de la Guerre Renaissance Variant

I’ve added a few ideas for adapting L’art de la Guerre to the English Civil Wars or “Les Grandes Révoltes”. I hope to try out a few battles over the next few weeks. I would welcome your comments if indeed you can understand my cider influenced Christmas typing. My most radical step would be to allow multiple “drops” or step losses from shooting ?? I am also currently toying with the idea of giving “fast” units a compulsory random follow up after routing their opponents? Anyhow, see what you think in the pages section.

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The wild ramblings of an infamous wit and wargames guru. One of nature's true gentlemen who devotes his time to the care of his two sons, i.e. watching episodes of Peppa Pig together, and recreating great moments of military history using toy soldiers. Currently a leading light in The Collectivo Despertaferres wargames and duelling association who meet regularly at Firestorm Games ( formerly Ali Baba's Carpet Warehouse). Find me also on Facebook "Despertaferres"!

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  1. Colin Evans

    Hi Mike
    Thanks for the info on these rules. I have downloaded and read them. I think they are a good start and a great inspiration. I have some questions and suggestions for improvements in a Word file (currently 5 pages), what is the best way to send them to you? Email is easy for me, my address is You can text me a message on 07884164268. I look forward to your reply.


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