This picture comes from the League of Augsburg's website, link provided: http://www.leagueofaugsburg.com/fightingtalk/viewtopic.php?t=1918
The bit of information posted about the game seems to be right in line with how I like to play. I will look to pick this up ASAP.
The basing on these guys are awesome. I love the "mini-diorama" look. Don't get me wrong, the painting is fabulous. No doubt these are great games to look at and hopefully play. The League of Augsburg site is very entertaining. Drop by!
Greeting's! I expect to use this page to pass on my little bit of joy that comes with my wargaming hobby. My true interest is in the grandtactical aspects of 1800's warfare; both home and abroad. My interest was first started way too long ago by my unknowing mentor, Jay.
I enjoy miniatures in 15mm and 25-28mm. I have collected quite a few and try to game enough that I can rub the varnish and paint off of them. I will be looking forward to "shouting out" my version of information.
One the the things I believe I can do is help the small gamer find scenario's to play, as there are very few and these are far between in a noncommercial venue. Lots of great medium and large scale battles exist, but few exist for the beginning armies. I wish to post the scenario appropriate information, so that people may then modify that information to fit there rules system.I would in turn like some feedback from anyone who plays these so that I can tweek or add information that may be necessary. I do hope people will enjoy.