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Trebian Sponsoring Member of TMP writes:

@CFeicht: So far that's outside my area of interest – just never looked at it. I'm sure that if I put my mind to it, there's a good chance TE will work for it. Of course, if someone suggested suitable amendments there's little I can do to stop them….


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Trebian Sponsoring Member of TMP of Wargaming for Grown Ups writes:

Wargaming for Grown Ups has released its first-ever supplement. This supplement goes with Taiping Era, and enables the rules to be adapted to fight battles from the 1857 rising.

The supplement contains rule modifications, revised unit values, and changes to core rules values. Commander cards are provided, together with scenarios for General Havelock's first campaign in Oudh, in July 1857. There is a revised QRS included on the back cover.

Supplement

This supplement was written following requests from several people who bought Taiping Era (perhaps you could say "by popular demand"). Due to the Covid-19 restrictions, the playtesting has been less thorough than usual, so the supplement is being offered at cost.

The rules consist of 28 pages, and are in color. The cost is £5.00 GBP, and they are available from Amazon or Wargame Vault.

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