What size battle (numbers of troops) is the right battle to picture when thinking army composition for a Tinglit army? It's hard for me to picture this above a skrimish level engagement.
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- Fri Sep 07, 2018 6:24 pm
- Forum: Army List Discussions
- Topic: North-Western American 1100 AD to 1770 AD
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Any timing on updating this list? I just ordered 2 Tlingit armies from Eureka. A trip to the Royal BC Museum in Victoria a couple of years ago got me very excited about this warrior culture. (They also had a great traveling exhibit on Vikings at the time and the similarities in the water/mountain/wa...
Jack, That is very helpful. it would be good to have this someplace. I always love a long game designers note on the rules themselves. I love the behaiorial explanation. I do think that this is more or a game design question than a historical one (i.e. measuring relative value and incentives.) There...
DK, You misunderstand my friend. Questions are just questions. I am spreading the goodness of ancient and medieval gaming, with Thistle & Rose figures hopefully, and Triumph!, to people who have foolishly played other periods in their often 30 year plus gaming careers. A number of these people are f...
DK, Thanks for quantifying. 50% plus is your assessment. That is not inconsistent with supply lines at all I would think. We are starting to play Grand Triumph! on a regular basis. A camp taken would thus be 50% of total victory points needed, so 25% of the 144 points or 36 points. Would it have any...
- Wed Aug 15, 2018 3:35 am
- Forum: Painting Miniatures
- Topic: T&R Acquires Figure Lines
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T&R Miniatures, the owner of the Thistle & Rose Miniature line of detailed 15mm Ancient, Dark Age, and Medieval figures, earlier this year acquired a number of the miniature lines previously owned by Sgt. Major Miniatures. These included miniature lines marketed under the Bloody Day brand name and p...