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TacticalPainter0107 Apr 2022 6:19 p.m. PST

I've had a few people ask how I put together my game reports for The Tactical Painter blog, in particular how I keep the table so free of clutter and how I manage to record everything that happens. No special tricks I'm afraid, but I'm happy to share what I do. Decided it was easiest to put it into a blog post and you can find it here How I write my Game Reports

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Decebalus07 Apr 2022 11:46 p.m. PST

Many thanks for the interesting post. You write some of the most interesting battle reports, I really like what you are doing. Your reports really show, how the game was going.

In my own reports, I have also tried a more narrative, fictional approach. For example, I told the story of a little ancient campaign from the perspective of a theban citizen, who had to march the same route three times and than was standing on the battlefield and couldn't see everything, that was happening.

foxbat08 Apr 2022 5:53 a.m. PST

Your game reporst are always excellent, and a true inspiration. Thanks for sharing the practical tips (like the use of the note app word changer), that is very helpful.

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