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Dean AKI03 Apr 2015 6:21 a.m. PST

For the Easter weekend I'm publishing a two parter on the blog looking at our refight last week of Agincourt (a little early for the anniversary but hopefully my experience will help other refights get a more reflective result…).


In short we fielded about 650 figures on an 8x5 foot table for the game. Full details of which and some musings on balance will follow in few days time. But it's already a longish article on the preparation of the troops and the field.



wargame insomniac03 Apr 2015 7:16 a.m. PST

Was a pleasure to play in. Thanks to you and Paul for providing lovely painted armies to use for the day.



Spooner603 Apr 2015 2:12 p.m. PST

Looks cool. I am doing the same thing, a big Agincourt Game using Hail Caesar. Reading though your house rules, I have gone a slight different bent but I am interested in seeing how the battle plays out. I have ran this fight 8-10 times now and I am finally getting happy with unit ratings and abilities to give this a good fight.

Last weekend we played a game with a slight twist so that we didn't always have the same line up and send in the French MAA. I wanted to try out a large Cavalry charge. But the players are players and they split up the deployed cavalry and waited for the dismounted MAA to charge in.

I have figure count jealousy, for our big local con in May I will have 636 figures painted up. It is cool to see others with large armies.


Dean AKI03 Apr 2015 4:59 p.m. PST

Thanks, I could have done the English and French on my own but my opponent's figures were too pretty not use. We could stretch to about 900 models between us, for the right scenario.

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