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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP25 Jul 2015 8:53 p.m. PST

… thoughts about the UK Ancients scene.

"Back in June I took part in the 2nd L'Art de la Guerre "proper" competition at the BHGS Challenge in Oxford, using a Feudal German army in a Feudal themed period event. I've ended up writing in this preamble something of an essay on ADLG and the UK competition scene, but the reports are still here if you want to skip it !

The German army was pretty simple, reducing my opportunities to mess things up by trying to execute any sort of over complicated plan, and the end result was fairly successful as well – as you can see in these 5 match reports, complete with rules hints and the usual captions and expert analysis from Hannibal…"
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madaxeman26 Jul 2015 5:30 a.m. PST

Apologies for the essentially duplicate posting folks.

I didn't spot Tango's TMP post about my blog post as he reposted it even before I got around to posting my own TMP post about the post I just posted on my blog…

(head spin…)

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