Modifications to Gettysburg Soldiers for 1794
20 March 2017
Some random thoughts I came up with using Gettysburg Soldiers for the Fallen Timbers campaign:
1. Terrain Features – Add in OPEN WOODS.
2. Units of Battle – INFANTRY Battalions, CAVALRY squadrons, ARTILLERY sections, and LEADERS
3. INFANTRY Battalion.
4. remove DISMOUNTED
5. No MOUNT or DISMOUNT
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17. add open woods (movement is 6 inches)
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19. Wheeled vehicles may move through open woods.
fallen timbers, gettysburg soldiers
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29 August 2016
After several months of letting the website go into hiatus (I failed to update my credit card info with the page hosting comany) I finally took a few minutes to make a call, get the billing info updated, which in turn allowed the website to come back into existence.
I also decided to change the theme of the page into a cleaner looking format. The problem with using this particular page hosting service is that their page templates have limited offerings, and there is no ability to change their pre-selected images. One day I will move from this page...
fallen timbers, legion of the united states, miami campaign, wabash
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The Legion of the United States
12 October 2011
Buried within this website is a page that lists the Frying Pan & Blanket Amalgamated range for the Legion of the United States, better known to most gamers and historians as Wayne's Legion. The Legion was a short lived military formation, formed of four sub-legions, each sub-legion having infantry (line, light, and rifle), cavalry (dragoons), and artillery (mostly King's Howitzers and six-pounder cannons). This was the United States Army from the period 1792-1796. Having this all arms force allowed flexibility to not only the Legion commander, but also each sub-legion commander as well. Supplemented by militia and some small groups of...
fallen timbers, fort recovery, legion of the united states
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