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Foldable Project scales again

My battlefield works out at about 1/3the size of the standard Impetus battlefield. The standard frontage is 12cm per unit. So I am looking at at four cm unit width. Seems a bit big for this battle. The Basic Impetus … Continue reading

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Foldable Project – a matter of scale

I now have aboard I am fairly happy with. A little larger than the action, so it can accompdate the starting position of the Regent’s forces. I now need to work out the scale for the unit counter sizes and … Continue reading

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Foldable Project – Sliiiiiight setback

Drew the first attempt at the battlefield. Looking from the Queen’s point of view, I defined the left of the board as the White Cart, and then I put in the roads, to let me see the scale. Too big … Continue reading

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Foldable Project

My place of work is being shifted 42 miles and four hours round trip travel away. This is going to leave even less time for hobby type projects. So, what to do. I had done a bit of playtesting using … Continue reading

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Why Braveheart is shockingly historically inaccurate. It is also a bad film

Errors of fact in the film “Braveheart”. (We had this on our old website. I’m reposting it as someone asked how accurate the film was) Pointing out the errors in “Braveheart” might be seen as pointless, after all, should we expect … Continue reading

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