Rules and Other Thoughts
9 May 2015
For some time now I have been thinking about rules to use for various projects. Smaller encounters could be gamed with Our Moccasins Trickled Blood as it is set up as a quasi-skirmish set. At CincyCon this past weekend I picked up Songs of Drums and Tomahawks, which is a one to one scale set of skirmish rules written by fellow HMGS Great Lakes member Mike Demana. Great production value, well written, and seemingly suitable for small skirmishes, these may be the rules I use for very small encounters. But for Fallen Timbers, I want something with a tactical...
1776, fire and fury, gettysburg soldiers, our moccasins trickled blood, songs of drums and tomahawks, the british are coming
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FP&BA - Alive & Kickin'
29 October 2014
I recently placed an order with FP&BA for some additional Wayne's Legion figures, along with more Indians and wagons of various types for my latest wild idea. Using the prices from the website I mailed my check in late September and about one month later received all my figures. Alas, although requested, I did not receive an updated product listing, so I am under the assumption that the prices from August 2007 are still valid, including shipping costs. (these are the products and prices listed on this website) A month turnaround is about right for FP&BA based on my...
brother against brother, forty foot pitch, old glory, our moccasins trickled blood
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Legion Flags/New Pictures!
8 January 2013
I have decided (a few months ago actually) to sell flags for the Legion of the United States on Wargames Vault. There are the standard Legion colors as well as camp flags. Just do a search for Legion Publications and you will see the flags, the Wabash order of battle, the "lite" version of Our Moccasins Trickled Blood, and some other assorted items.
And, I have added a few shots of painted Frying Pan & Blanket figures to the Photos page. These are used with the kind and gracious permission of John Goldsworthy from Ontario. I have linked to his blog on the...
our moccasins trickled blood, wargames vault
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