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Personal logo timurilank Supporting Member of TMP02 Dec 2017 1:30 a.m. PST

Of all the historical match games, this set holds some of the quickest games to date.

The Herul will be featured in a series against Eastern Rome later this month.
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Cheers,
Robert

Sobieski02 Dec 2017 1:51 a.m. PST

Glad some players take the trouble to fight opponents their armies actually met. :)

Marcus Brutus02 Dec 2017 6:33 a.m. PST

With the tiny armies of DBA it isn't quite as challenging to do this Sobieski as it is with HC or Impetus. My Early Frank army in Impetus will require about 400 figures including allies in 28mm.

Sobieski02 Dec 2017 4:56 p.m. PST

I know, but it's still a welcome concession to reality!

Personal logo Battle Cry Bill Supporting Member of TMP06 Dec 2017 4:47 a.m. PST

Robert is to be commended for his patient army building, painting, historicial research, terrain building, and faithful blogging of his efforts as he plays out historical match ups. It is a great resource when getting into a new historical aspect of the very large ancients/medieval period.

Completing projects within the confines of a full life should always be congradulated regardless of wether it is 80 figures or 400.

Marcus, I am currently working on our T&R Franks. Any thoughts on historical resources or sources? On line efforts so far have been a bit weak.

Bill
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Marcus Brutus06 Dec 2017 7:21 a.m. PST

Yes, Bill the resources for Early Franks is a bit lean. For painting purposes I have used Armies and Enemies of Imperial Roman (WRG), Simon McDowell's Germanic Warriors (Osprey) and general search online to see what people have done. You might want to contact Simon directly as he seems well versed on the 5th century.

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