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madaxeman29 Mar 2017 9:21 a.m. PST

(manually crossposted from the non-rules boards – apologies for any repetition)

The third Central London curry-tastic one-day ADLG event took place a few weeks ago on a rare major-sporting-event-free Sunday.

The theme was Late Medieval, and having been thoroughly schooled on the art of Medieval stuff at The Worlds last year, but also being rather short on practice time to get my head round an Indian-type army with game-changing elephants I was dithering as to what to take.

[img width=760 height=570]http://www.madaxeman.com/images/gamereportimages/Central_London_ADLG_Spring_2017/IMGP6225.JPG

But then, inspired by a crushing defeat to an Italian teenager in Belgium, and realising that the half-painted army that I had bought up in Derby the previous year was actually within reach of completion, the idea of taking Medieval Scots floated up to the top of the pile.

[img width=760 height=570]http://www.madaxeman.com/images/gamereportimages/Central_London_ADLG_Spring_2017/IMGP6213.JPG

Taking the army of Flodden to a competition where many of the opponents would be stuffed with English Longbows was perhaps not the most obvious approach, but it had the advantage of being simple to play in an event where I'd be doing the scoring as well.

See the results, and hear the critique from Wee Jimmy Hannibal McHannibal in these 3 L'Art de la Guerre Match Reports

Nikator29 Mar 2017 10:51 a.m. PST

As always, a very informative and amusing set of bat reps. Thanks for posting 'em!

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