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(34)Batuhan wrote a blog post, covering among many things our game of Chataltza. Some interesting perspectives on BBB
(5)If you have no participated in my survey yet, please do by the 10th of December. With Respect Konstantinos Travlos, PhD
(2)Mmm, looking forward to seeing your AAR for this one! Meanwhile, almost finished first draft of #3 in the 1796 scenario series: Crossing of the Po (Fombio &
(5)Thanks to both Chris and Konstantinos, I will enjoy exploring those links
(7)How long are turns? 1 hour? 2 hour? 4 hour? 6 hour? That and scenario scale is the determining factor about howto treat siege guns if at all.
(4)Thanks for the report! On Saturday, December 2, 2017, 6:38:41 AM CST, vtsaogames@... [BBB_wargames] wrote: Third time
(7)Same experience. It just never seemed decisive (I know that term is often antithesis to ACW battles…) and no point where you felt like an army was on the
(2)Excellent - looking forward to seeing the Fencibles back in action! Chris
(5)Thanks, have ordered from them!! Best, MIchael
(299)Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the BBB_wargames group. File : /1912-1913
(1)I just uploaded a draft for the second in the Napoleon in Italy 1796 series of scenarios: Mondovi, the Defeat of Piedmont. This sees outnumbered Sardinians
(4)Bob, Thanks for sending this. Dupuy produced a bunch of fascinating work, and the Army did a lot of work on these types of metrics in the 1970s and 1980s, and
(2)I had no problem with the original nor with the revised file. JC
(3)Thanks, Alan. I'm really enjoying your BBB detours and adaptations! Hmm, those mods do seem a bit extreme: "double jeopardy" for the Brits, if the Ansar can
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