|Rebs face off the Northern aggressors|
The Yanks have more men still, but less guns and less cavalry than the South. The next battle should be interesting as the forces are more evenly matched and there are less 3 base units now. I really do recommend this game, its probably my 2nd favourite ruleset at the moment, just behind Chain of Command, just above Dux Brittanarium.
I was going to be stuck here with no electric while some sparks types put in some sort of "necessary" wiring for the planned new boiler, but they are now coming tomorrow instead. So back to the brushes and its time to paint kilts..........oh the joy of it all!
One last thing. I am stuck between projects at the moment. I have several things that I want to do but can't decide which I should be doing first. So I have created a Poll at the top of the page. Please feel free to vote. The options are
1 - Paint some more AWI to add to the current forces I have. I have some Highlanders and Hessians to paint up to complement the existing British line units.
2 - Get on with the forces for Longstreet. My existing figures are painted, but I need more to finish a force and the ones I have were painted a long time ago. The problem is going to be matching the painting as I have improved since I did them.
3 - Start some 1940 Chain of Command platoons. I have always liked the Low Countries/France conflict in 1940 as there are no super tanks, but there are some weird and wonderful contraptions in use. Char B2, Matilda I etc
Cheerio for now and keep rolling those dice