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Tango0131 Aug 2020 9:01 p.m. PST

"Although the terrain is not complete, yesterday I set the stage to recreate the battle of Membrillar in a wargame. I had some problems with the missing pieces of land, motivated by my long break: I applied silicone in the water course BEFORE fixing the pieces with matt varnish … obviously the water was … matt. We'll see if it can be remedied. Nor did I make the pieces of the camp (they only had an aesthetic function, of course aesthetics is an important part of wargames with miniatures, but in this case it did not influence the actions much) or those of the vineyards on the left flank of the independence position, where the combat started, but I replaced them with wheat fields … (those who know agriculture will be scratching their heads)…
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