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Hordes of Models and Buckets of Dice (Wargames Rules): Revolution and Webley's: Volume 4 Paperback – 29 Aug 2015
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We have enjoyed each and every one of the games.With this volume we recreated World War One actions .26 April 2017
I,ve purchased most of the books in this series and our small group has played a number of games covering most of the wargamming periods covered. We have enjoyed each and every one of the games. The rules assume an amount of historical knowledge and wargamming experience and in emphasize aspects of wargamming much neglected such as scouting ,reinforcement and support . Massive games can be played using ones existing figures in a couple of hours and units only have combat or shooting advantage if they would have had such within their historical context against historical enemy's although guidelines are given this can be a judgement call. The permutations and possibilities are endless limited only by historical precedent. I see these rules as a tool kit with good support from the Author. Every game we have played has always had a definite winner as when one side starts to lose melees or shooting bouts their effectiveness starts to slip away very quickly and it is difficult to make a come back. Well worth a try and a refreshing change from more detailed sets. These are not simple rules but allow one to recreate complex battle field situations in a surprisingly streamlined way .
6 September 2015
Haven't bought it and won't be after reading the preview. Shocking use of apostrophes - or as the author would have it apostrophe's. If he hasn't had anyone check it for grammar and spelling mistakes how can anyone be sure the rules make any sort of sense?
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