All posts tagged “L’art de la guerre

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Virtus Training Daze

Sometimes it’s great to play a newbie to the hobby. With their enthusiasm and eagerness to learn, the new player can be welcomed into the magnificent world of miniature warriors. This week Chris was “playing”  and he has neither enthusiasm   nor eagerness to learn.… Read More

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L’art de la Guerre Renaissance

As we wait for the official Renaissance supplement from our favourite rules author, the Tercio continue with our stop gap set https://despertaferres.wordpress.com/lart-de-la-guerre-variant-les-grandes-revoltes/ The play testing so far has been set in the English civil war and is due for version 1.1 ASAP. Colin Evans is… Read More

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Caputt Porci- The West in Danger

Constantius, Emperor of the East, may have been feeling quite pleased with his victories but the West was in a state of despair. Their loss against the usurper had forced a change in Ravenna. No more would they rely on allies, the West would be… Read More

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Attack Wargames Show 2018- A.D.H.D. In Devizes

“I see that these people know nothing about war!” Devizes Wargames Show marks the start of Summer for yours truly. It’s a first class, characterful venue, despite being a school. Mr. Mackie and chums do an excellent job in organising the event, and I wouldn’t… Read More

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Virtus 2018

VIRTUS 2018 – Early Classical Period (650 BC to 104 BC inclusive) – 200 points and 28mm scale (please note: Chris Jackson!) Armies can be selected from the following army lists only: no Ancient Period armies 38 Early Macedonian 39 Alexandrian Macedonian 40 Alexander the… Read More

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Trojan Horses and Muslim Camel/Elephants

Three and a half thousand years old, and a little over an inch and a half in length, the Pylos Combat Agate has stunned historians. In an age without microscopes and precision tools, it shows a detailed understanding of the human body and movement that… Read More