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|Prince Alberts Revenge||05 Aug 2004 2:45 p.m. PST|
Looking to collect some 10mm DoK armies for the WoTR. I'd like to collect them on historical lines of a battle, right now Barnet or Bosworth Field looks good. Was one more evenly matched, or offered more diverse troop types than another? Are the FreezyWater books on these battles worth the purchase? Thanks!
|NoLongerAMember2||05 Aug 2004 3:09 p.m. PST|
The Freezywater book on Barnet is fantastic, but I don't have the Bosworth book yet so I can't compare the two.
|kblackley||05 Aug 2004 3:16 p.m. PST|
Bosworth had more varied troops, as Henry Tudor had quite an assortment of Welsh, Scots and French in addition to the usual stuff. Barnet featured a more standard lineup, with the excerption of the Germans in the Yorkist army.
I have a number of WOTR scenarios on my webpge you might find helpful.
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|Thomas Whitten||06 Aug 2004 7:35 a.m. PST|
I posted your query to the Chipco Yahoo group. Which generated a couply of replies there: