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ferg98122 May 2021 6:04 a.m. PST

Good afternoon everyone,

I'm just wondering if people post elsewhere and what are the most active Napoleonic Forums that you are aware of?

I would like to link to posts on my blog like the one below

link

A few forums that I post to have little to no engagement.

Any help would be appreciated

Regards

J

Personal logo miniMo Supporting Member of TMP22 May 2021 6:23 a.m. PST

The most active place for gaming posts, including Napoleonics, is Facebook. These are ones that I follow, there are others to choose from as well:

Napoleonic Miniatures Wargaming
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Napoleonic 15mm Wargamer
link

DBN Fr De Bellis Napoleonicis
link
As advertised, this is aimed at DBN and wouldn't be the place for not-DBN gaming. But mentioning it because it's my favourite and really shows what FB can do very well. It's headed up by a group of players working on an official translation of the rules into French. Many posts are in French, but there are worldwide members who post in a variety of languages, and Facebook's translate function works well enough that we can all chat! If the FB translation seems particularly off the rails, I'll copy and paste the original text into Google Translate and see what that comes up with.

For relatively basic posts, I'll post with my somewhat rusty French; but when that fails me, I can post in English and let others use the auto-translation if they need it.

Lascaris22 May 2021 11:05 a.m. PST

Et Sans Resultat (ESR) also has a facebook group. It's very helpful if you play those rules as the designer(s) answer questions within a day at most.

ferg98115 Jun 2021 1:08 p.m. PST

Thanks for the advice guys

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