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Cardiff Wargamer
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Toy soldiers are my dirty little secret....
Toy soldiers are my dirty little secret....

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This project is coming along nicely, basing and shields to finish. Then on to the basing, still unsure what basing material I will use. Need to have a looking in the basing draw.
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So finally had the chance to give Littlebigman shield transfers a go, love them. Turns out if you read the instructions, instead of treating them like the ones you get with Ikea furniture it helps a lot.

The one on the right, is the one I messed up before reading the instructions. So I attempted to rectify with some hand painting. Still some work to do on it.
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Looking for some advice?

Starting a late roman/Romano British mass battle army. The advice I'm looking for is the basing.

I want this army to be flexible with multiple rules I.e Sword point, war and conquest, KOW historical, possibly sword and spear and hail ceaser.

So often in the past my club has picked up armies, based them to a curtain rule set, and then got sick of the rules, then the gaming in that era dies.

I'm thinking my only way of achieving this is individual basing with movement trays, allowing me to change rank and unit numbers. But then I lose the freedom of making scenic diorama bases of multi basing.

Just wondering if any of you guys have run into the same problem, and could shed some light on my conundrum?

Regards

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An amazingly inspiring game. With beautiful minitures and terrain.
I love to see a table heaving with minis, and this one certainly is groaning!
The Battle of Chalons, 451
The Battle of Chalons, 451
1066campaign.blogspot.com
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Cardiff Wargamer commented on a post on Blogger.
Absolutely incredible, only inspires my planned Late Roman force more.
What manufacture are the minitures from, if you don't mind my asking?
The Battle of Chalons, 451
The Battle of Chalons, 451
1066campaign.blogspot.com
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Cardiff Wargamer commented on a post on Blogger.
Your KOW Arab army is incredibly inspiring. I am looking at making an Aincents army, with some late Romans. I'm hoping to be able to base them in a way, that I can use them for mutipul systems. KOW being one of them, and tips or pointer you can give me?

Fantastic stuff, please keep it coming.
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