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Durando19 Feb 2012 6:40 a.m. PST

I am seeking to base some figs up but cannot find anywhere a good guide for basing 28mm especialy artillery.

All help and thoughts greatfully recieved

Geoff

VictorBarone21 May 2021 3:30 p.m. PST

"Borders of Blood is a well-presented set of wargames rules, specifically for Wargaming the Parguayan War of 1864 – 1870, dovetailing almost exclusively with the War of Triple Alliance figure range by Perry Miniatures.

Rulesets can either offer something so intriguing, inspiring, or unique that they cause you to venture into a new period – think SAGA, Sharp Practice, or Frostgrave – or they offer a service to gamers who are already ‘into' a period or conflict. Borders of Blood is definitely a solid entrant in this latter category."

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