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Conrad Kinch27 Jan 2024 5:33 p.m. PST

I finally got back to a bit of wargaming after a longish break. Our first battle was the Battle of Nowshera from 1823 between the Sikh Empire of Ranjit Singh and the Durrani Afghans.

We used a modified version of The Sword and the Flame using amendments by Tim Tilson from the Sikh Wars Colonial Campaign Book (available from Caliver in the UK and Brigade in the US).

It was a real nail biter of a game and it was a lot of fun to get my Newline Sikhs on the table. Made all the better by the fact that my opponent was an old pal who I hadn't wargamed with in years.

You can see some pics on my blog here.

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Conrad Kinch27 Jan 2024 5:33 p.m. PST

I finally got back to a bit of wargaming after a longish break. Our first battle was the Battle of Nowshera from 1823 between the Sikh Empire of Ranjit Singh and the Durrani Afghans.

We used a modified version of The Sword and the Flame using amendments by Tim Tilson from the Sikh Wars Colonial Campaign Book (available from Caliver in the UK and Brigade in the US).

It was a real nail biter of a game and it was a lot of fun to get my Newline Sikhs on the table. Made all the better by the fact that my opponent was an old pal who I hadn't wargamed with in years.

You can see some pics on my blog here.

link

Conrad Kinch27 Jan 2024 5:33 p.m. PST

I finally got back to a bit of wargaming after a longish break. Our first battle was the Battle of Nowshera from 1823 between the Sikh Empire of Ranjit Singh and the Durrani Afghans.

We used a modified version of The Sword and the Flame using amendments by Tim Tilson from the Sikh Wars Colonial Campaign Book (available from Caliver in the UK and Brigade in the US).

It was a real nail biter of a game and it was a lot of fun to get my Newline Sikhs on the table. Made all the better by the fact that my opponent was an old pal who I hadn't wargamed with in years.

You can see some pics on my blog here.

link

Stryderg27 Jan 2024 7:36 p.m. PST

Welcome back! Nice table.

Frederick Supporting Member of TMP28 Jan 2024 8:40 a.m. PST

Nice looking game and great minis – thanks for sharing

79thPA Supporting Member of TMP29 Jan 2024 9:37 a.m. PST

Well done.

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