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PHGamer18 Apr 2021 2:47 p.m. PST

It's the first round of a 120point round robin tournament with a Medieval theme, using the L' Art de la Guerre (v3) ruleset.
I picked Italian Condottieri, as that list has been used to kick my Anglo-Irish and Burgundians around the block and back.
It's Medieval German vs Italian Condottieri
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Widowson18 Apr 2021 2:47 p.m. PST

Still working on my early Horse Guards unit, and since I'm using a CAD program to create the very elaborate shabraques, I thought I should also do the same for the trumpeters' lace.

The early Horse Guards' lace is a diced affair of scarlet and yellow. Would the Trumpeters' lace be like that, or a simple scarlet band with a yellow stripe down the middle, or vice versa.

Anyone have a picture?

PHGamer19 Apr 2021 2:17 p.m. PST

Nuts, the spell checker messed up the title, it was supposed to be Mediation of Medievals.

Erzherzog Johann19 Apr 2021 5:08 p.m. PST

I quite liked 'a meditation'. I thought you were getting all philosophical on us :<)

PHGamer26 Apr 2021 5:34 a.m. PST

Yeah, it was funny, and I would have left it there, but the description was about two contracting firms discussing their differences.

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