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 Post subject: artilerymen, loose or glued
PostPosted: Sun Aug 28, 2011 2:23 pm 
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Just curious (as I still don't know what to do); do most people let the artillerymen loose on the base or glue them on the gun base

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 Post subject: Re: artilerymen, loose or glued
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Glued.

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 Post subject: Re: artilerymen, loose or glued
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For BLB, glued since you don't remove individual casualties. But I glue for all rule sets.

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 Post subject: Re: artilerymen, loose or glued
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I glue them too. Less chance of losing them to exuberant dice throws.

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 Post subject: Re: artilerymen, loose or glued
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For further details on why I glue, most artillerists are loose anyway.

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Glued.

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 Post subject: Re: artilerymen, loose or glued
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18th Century Guy wrote:
For further details on why I glue, most artillerists are loose anyway.


I resemble that comment!

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 Post subject: Re: artilerymen, loose or glued
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Glued, glued, you can have interesting bases with them.


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 Post subject: Re: artilerymen, loose or glued
PostPosted: Mon Aug 29, 2011 8:37 pm 
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Thnks guys for all the answers. Suppose the artillerists will be glued :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: artilerymen, loose or glued
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I almost always glue artillerists to a base. The only exceptions would be colonials.

Now the gun is a different question!

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