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Fireknife Shas'el






Richmond, VA

Does snybody know of any good ones, or any free trial ones? i feel like repressing those traitors to the Crown at Yorktown and would like a (28mm-scale) way of doing so

 
   
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Somewhere in southern England.

http://www.freewargamesrules.co.uk/Rules/18th_Century/awirules.html

Haven't played them myself but they look OK for a quick go.

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Somewhere in southern England.

http://www.freewargamesrules.co.uk/Rules/18th_Century/awirules.html

Haven't played them myself but they look OK for a quick go.

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We're not very big on official rules. Rules lead to people looking for loopholes. What's here is about it. 
   
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Xenohunter with First Contact





Easily the best ruleset for American Revolution is British Grenadier, the AWI variant of General de Brigade.
   
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Houston, TX

I would think it would depend on what scale battle you wanted to. Big regiments with artillery support? Small raiding actions where you might take a musket stock to the face?

-James
 
   
 
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