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You are definitely testing my resolve to hold off on new sets before I play the ones I already have.
So enjoyable and pleasantly illustrated!Did my old eyes betray me, or did I see at least one tricorne? Hurrah! For long I'm maintaining that 'colonial' operations can be gamed in the time of the Lace Wars as well as in the Victorian era; and that mid-18th C. oversea campaigns are -with a little imagination?- are not restricted to the 'traditional' Canada and India.Looking eagerly forward to discover the next installment.
abduk666- Correct. I have some nicely painted F&IW figures that I use. One thing I PREFER about Imagi-Nation gaming is not being handcuffed by facings, uniforms and "historical" enemies. Not saying it's better than historicals but I like to see double duty for my figures.
Excellent! Love CA! Ferocious warriors with shields are the devil to beat in melee!
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