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Tango0107 Jul 2022 9:07 p.m. PST

"I have been playing Frostgrave and Ghost Archipelago since they first came out and am a big fan of the rules by Joseph McCullough. I particularly like the setting concepts of both rule sets but I always wanted to try larger battles in these settings. His Oathmark rules have given me the opportunity. Although Oathmark is not part of the Frostgrave family of rules (and are not set in the Frostgrave universe), they similarly mix of simple mechanics with the opportunity to make satisfying tactical decisions. For the various unit stats below, I just analogized to the ones contained in the army lists. For example, for the foot knights I used the states for dwarven linebreakers. The figures for the Bronze league are from Crocodile Games, Old Glory, and Foundry while most of the Alliance figures are from the Ghost Archipelago line with some from Gripping beast and Queen Melwyn from Hasselfree. The mat is from Cigar Box Mats…"


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QUATERMASS15 Jul 2022 4:10 p.m. PST

Nice.
I to love joes "grave" lines although i don't have ghost archipelago! I've been thinking that the tribal plastic set would make great human militia/ranger's for a orc/goblin army

Tango0116 Jul 2022 4:29 p.m. PST

Happy you enjoyed it…


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