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TMPWargamerabbit19 Jan 2018 10:38 a.m. PST

Been a few months since I posted recent 25/28mm napoleonic scenarios to TMP. Recently in the gaming warren the Battle of Halle October 1806 France vs. Prussia was presented and played out.

Details of the battle, my scenario write up, and the follow up AAR on the Wargamerabbit blog:

Battle of Halle 1806 background: link
Battle of Halle AAR with photos: link

Next posting with have the Battle of Saalfeld 1806.

138SquadronRAF Supporting Member of TMP19 Jan 2018 11:37 a.m. PST

Always a good indication of rules when the results are similar to the original historical outcome.

21eRegt19 Jan 2018 2:29 p.m. PST

Nice background and report. Thanks.

evilgong19 Jan 2018 9:08 p.m. PST

The website and its various battle scenarios and information support is superb, just spent some time scouting though it.

Highly recommended.

David F Brown

HappyHussar21 Jan 2018 7:59 a.m. PST

Rabbit's website is superb! <thumbsup> I have played at the Warren on several occasions and if you are ever in the LA area they always love to have new folks join in.

TMPWargamerabbit21 Jan 2018 10:45 a.m. PST

Thanks to all for comments. Yes the warren is open to fellow gamers, old friends and new dice tossing friends to be made. Contact information under "About the Wargamerabbit" on blog.

I always try to have my scenario somewhat resemble the history battle. Can only go so far when gamers are involved.

The background articles come from my best research on the battle…. the lead up marching, the terrain, some local landmarks as they are today, who was there (portraiture), and the armies involved. A quick read of my scenario lists and games presented show the obscure scenario choices. Since I tend to the obscure battles for gaming scale and size, the information is normally sparse and thin, especially in my room of books when I need it the most it seems.

I hope my blog format makes easy reading and "scrolling about".

Thanks again for all who visited the warren pages….. Michael aka Wargamerabbit

… now to post up Saalfeld 1806 this week.

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