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November 19, 2017

much ado about nothing: Crossing the Niagara – 1812


 

Whilst browsing the Too Fat Lardies Forum I came across a forum thread from Dave who’s been playing the opening scenario from my War of 1812 Supplement for Sharp Practice

Dave has posted a few posts on his blog about his games, below is an excerpt from his first playtest

Crossing the Niagara – 1812A  recent visit to Casa del Bairos in the happy burg of Cambridge saw a first attempt at a scenario from Mike Hobbs’ recent publication, The War of 1812 – A Campaign Guide for Sharp Practice. We chose Crossing the Niagara, mainly because it provided an opportunity to try out the new 1812 buildings. Overall, this Sharp Practice supplement is quite good and was obviously the result of a lot of work on Mr Hobbs’ part. But as a typical gamer, I have a few issues with unit ratings – particularly with the 1812 lists. Here are a few highlights of changes I’ve made…

Source: much ado about nothing: Crossing the Niagara – 1812

Here’s a link to the thread on the Lardies Forum http://toofatlardies.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=31&t=5264

and here’s a direct link to Daves brilliant blog http://spqrdave.blogspot.co.uk/

Thanks go to Dave for letting me repost his content

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