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madaxeman31 Jan 2023 6:55 a.m. PST

Just after Warfare last year almost 40 people congregated in the heart of Torbay for the Brixham Classic ADLG competition, including a rarely used Tibetan army under my somewhat ham-fisted control.

The plethora of cataphracts concerned had been consigned to a Bisley drawer for many years so a chance to bring them blinking and screaming into seaside wintertime daylight was an occasion for celebration, and for these 5 video match reports of how they fared against the Conquistadores, the Goryeo Koreans, the Khushan Empire, Ilkhanid Khanate and finally the Tupi Indians of Brazil

There are also some slightly disturbingly animated pictures of the losers prizes from the event, WW2 coastal batteries also make a brief appearance too however mostly it's about me talking through how the 5 games went for the Tibetans on a series of short YouTube videos


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