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PHGamer06 May 2021 6:54 p.m. PST

Another after action report of the game Anno Domini 1666.
After publishing a plain white "Battleship" grid board with poorly painted figures, I figure you would want to see how the other half live.
Well painted 28mm figures representing the 3 Musketeers on a board depicting 1666's Vienna.
This is a replay of the scenario I posted earlier this year.
Anno Domini 1666 is a swashbuckling adventure game set with characters based on real-world history and famous novel.
I cannot play this game without music from Robin Hood and Zorro playing out in my head. Everything plays out like the massive swordplay scenes wrapping up these movies. The only thing missing seems to be a chandelier.

"This is the most fun I've had, since the world was young."
--Alan Swan, played by Peter O'Toole, acting as Errol Flynn



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