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Napoleon of the West20 May 2024 1:28 p.m. PST

On today's episode of the Brushes & Bayonets podcast, Josh and Edward take a look at some of the issues that have been plaguing their own wargame and scenario design, and help each other with potential solutions. Also discussed – was Pyrrhus overrated, and can a WWII skirmish ruleset be adapted to a grand tactical Napoleonics battles? If you enjoy, please follow us and drop a 5 star rating!


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