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madaxeman28 Feb 2016 11:20 p.m. PST

All the way from Godendag 2016 comes 4 brand new L'Art de la Guerre in-depth reports, with the usual photos, the slightly less usual battle maps and the unfortunately verbose many thousands of words. Plus some much-repeated gags about drinking tea.

This is the first ever ADLG Doubles competition in history, and sees a combined Condotta and French heavy metal army go toe to toe against a range of proper medieval opponents.

Will it be a wonderful fusion of French & Italian cooking? …or will it leave a bad taste in your mouth..? Read on to find out more….!

idontbelieveit29 Feb 2016 7:38 a.m. PST

Nice reports as usual.

PHGamer Supporting Member of TMP29 Feb 2016 11:08 a.m. PST

Well reported. I like the side bar comments, and the "what's going on here" maps. It puts in perspective the pictures of the figures.

evilgong29 Feb 2016 2:11 p.m. PST

superb as always

David Brown

madaxeman29 Feb 2016 4:56 p.m. PST

I've struggled with adding the maps before, because they are a lot more work to set up the individual armies – but cutting down the number of units and just representing the commands is much easier to do, so if that gives the gist of what's going on that's great

goragrad01 Mar 2016 12:05 a.m. PST

Nice reports, as usual!

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