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Morand Inactive Member16 Dec 2017 12:19 a.m. PST

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Amicalement
Morand

Personal logo Cacique Caribe Supporting Member of TMP16 Dec 2017 12:57 a.m. PST

Wow, now that's a very creative clash. I love it.

Dan

Durban Gamer16 Dec 2017 4:10 a.m. PST

Marvelously evocative with beautiful figures. Question, would these rules work for my 15mm India 1770s and Caribbean 1790s? I suspect that they are unfortunately set only for earlier encounters?

Morand Inactive Member16 Dec 2017 9:03 a.m. PST

You can play these rules for yours armies in India and Caribbean sea (18th century).
Good game
Amicalement
Morand

Prince Alberts Revenge16 Dec 2017 12:52 p.m. PST

Beautiful AAR. Irregular Wars is one of my favorite rule sets. Ironically enough I am painting up my Aztecs right now. The rules are designed for small scale battles during the age of discovery. The shooting rules are that you fire gunpowder weapons during one turn and it takes the next turn to reload. These weapons can't fire if it's raining. Archaic weapons (bows, slings, etc.) can fire every turn and are a -1 to hit in rain. The army lists in the rule book include various Indian armies as well as Caribbean appropriate to include natives, English adventurers, Colonial Spanish, French Huguenots, etc. The armies are designed for a slightly earlier period but a lot of the stuff would easily cross over to the early and mid 1700s.

mghFond16 Dec 2017 1:21 p.m. PST

I agree about the rules, fun set. I haven't played them in awhile but I went for an exotic pair of opponents – Tlingits from Northwest America v.s. coastal Californian Indian tribes. They made for fun games, the Tlingits would travel long long distances just to raid and collect slaves.

Enjoyed your battle report too!

Morand Inactive Member17 Dec 2017 8:54 a.m. PST

Good idea!
It's very original.
Have you got some photos?
Amicalement
Morand

mghFond17 Dec 2017 10:48 a.m. PST

Took some originally but lost them in the Photobucket fiasco/ripoff.

The Tlingits were from Eureka, very nice figures.

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