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jocknroll14 Jan 2021 5:13 a.m. PST

Uploaded to YouTube:
A League of Augsburg perspective on wargaming the Battle of the Boyne.

See it here:

Thanks for watching. If you like is click the like and subscribe to the channel. There is more on the way.

mghFond14 Jan 2021 1:02 p.m. PST

Nice look at the battle and of course the eye candy is a treat as always!

Royston Papworth14 Jan 2021 3:12 p.m. PST

Cracking video. 👍

Just started basing my Jacobites after painting them during Lockdown #1.

I'm starting to wish though that I hadn't painted my Antrims foot up as pike and shot… 😒

jocknroll14 Jan 2021 4:16 p.m. PST

Thanks chaps.
Antrim's are a very interesting unit. If some sources are to be believed, many were Scots Macdonalds from the Islands. The Earl apparently only wanted men over 6 feet in height – that is truly 'a tall order' in 1688!

takeda33315 Jan 2021 9:54 a.m. PST

Awesome video! As expected,… gorgeous miniatures!

jocknroll20 Jan 2021 6:31 a.m. PST

appreciated Takeda333. For anyone curious about figure range size compatibility have a look at the large battle shots with contain minis from up to 6 companies. One to 1 comparisons are often unhelpful.

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