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Field Marshal05 Sep 2010 7:07 p.m. PST

Greetings all,

I am currently building armies for a what if battle in 1513 between a French army and a Maximilian army with Tudor Allies.
I want to run a battle at my club with 4-6 players so my question is how do you usually run multiplayer games?
We usually take a whole day to play a game so size doesnt matter. What points should i build the armies to?

Would it be easier to build a few 300 points armies per side and give each player one or would it be better to build a big (600 points plus) army and give each player a subgenerals command?

cheers

FM

lkmjbc305 Sep 2010 7:39 p.m. PST

For all day… 600pts and each commander has 1 or 2 sub generals… I play condensed scale. You still will finish faster than .. all day… if folks have played the rules before…

Joe Collins

Stuart MM06 Sep 2010 8:55 a.m. PST

'Henry VIII & The Invasion of France' by Charles Cruickshank has a lot of info on dispositions and skirmishes which took place during the campaign, these could be good starting points.

Let me know what you come up with.

Cheers

Stuart

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