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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP20 Apr 2024 5:13 p.m. PST

" Had another Warlord Pike and Shot game using a scenario from One hour Wargaming. The setup was two objectives for Blue ( John) a wooded hill and a town with Red ( me) defending. John , as the French had six units , I had four units as the Imperial force. John had a crap French pike block two elite Swiss pike blocks , a unit of Gendarmes, a unit of crossbow men and an artillery piece even though artillery was almost useless in the previous game. I was more defensive, which was historically accurate! Two colunna of Spanish a block of landsknecht pike and an artillery piece to match John even though I had low expectations of it. John got the first go as the attacker, got a triple move with one of his Swiss units and moved it halfway across the table…"


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