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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP23 Apr 2024 5:18 p.m. PST

"Was able to squeeze in a quick Italian Wars game using Kings of War Historical on Sunday last. French and Spanish/Imperial forces engaged at San Astica. Terrain established by randomized tiles. Standard Kings of War deployment (I go, you go, one unit at a time) Included a "horde" (double sized unit with higher 'Nerve' aka morale) of Swiss pikemen and of Landsknecht pikement for each side. French only had one regiment of the elite chevaliers/gendarmes rather than the usual two…"


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