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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP18 May 2024 4:40 p.m. PST

" There are some clever people out there, eh. These are the people who push the boundaries in our hobby, who make new things possible. It was Adrian, one of our wider group of colleagues, who introduced me to Volley and Bayonet way back in 1999, and we have been 'gaming with these rules ever since. The rules cover the period 1700-1900, and place the 'gamer at the division/corps/army level of command, so no messing around with single skirmish figures etc. The various sub-periods within that 200 year span are catered for with small, subtle, but highly impactful and clever, adjustments to the rules. This means that you can span the whole 200 year period with the same core rules…"


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