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Ostrowski Inactive Member06 Oct 2017 3:53 a.m. PST

This proved to be a dreadful turkey shoot. Union troops on top of a hill and behind prepared positions tore up crack Confederate units that were attempting to dislodge them. Union reserves arrived on time which diverted Southern resources away from the main objective – that of capturing the hill. The Army of Tennessee was unable to exploit their superior morale and ้lan to achieve victory. The Federals stuck doggedly to the game plan and did what was necessary.
We used old school Fire & Fury and were, again, pleased with how well they flowed and how a larger game can be completed in an evening. The figures are nearly all Perry Miniatures – plastic and metal.

Rebels try to dislodge the Yankee invaders:


Union reserves arrive:

Troops from Louisiana move up to the front:

View from behind Federal lines:

Lots more images at our website in the Galleries pages:

WarWizard06 Oct 2017 6:44 a.m. PST

That ACW game looks great! I am about to start basing my Perry ACW figures. Can I ask what size bases you use and where you purchased them from?

Frederick Supporting Member of TMP06 Oct 2017 7:55 a.m. PST

Very nice!

Ostrowski Inactive Member07 Oct 2017 11:28 a.m. PST

Hi WarWizard,

I put 4 of them in two ranks on 40mm frontage, 50mm depth. A little bit of room at the back helps!

I just buy 2mm depth MDF picture backing boards. Usually comes in 2 foot by 3 foot boards in the UK. Then I cut to size with a Stanley knife. One order lasts years.

Any other queries, let me know. Best of luck with the project!

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