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PostPosted: Wed Sep 23, 2009 2:43 pm 
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Signing in and confirming. Buildings discussed earlier making the journey but do you want a set of the Hovels flat roofed buildings too?
Some poorly armed and probably poorly trained tribesmen underway. Will benefit from the Yacomine treatment in due course. Are figures to be singly based or on multiples. If multiples what sizes would you like?


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Dear Peter, Confirming that I will be there and I am booked in to the Heught on Fri and sat night. I can bring a motley assortment from my Wellington in India armies that may help with natives etc. Lots of assorted rocket men (not the Elton John type) if wanted. Looking forward to it. Charles


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Chaps,

id anyone is stuck for a room at the Heugh I can transfer mine. I am domiciled elsewhere!

Please let me know before I canx the booking
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Just a bit of information which you might find useful.

Brian Sweeney of Mutineer Miniatures hopes to have the first of his 28mm Indian Mutinty range available at TARGE 09 on Saturday 14th November.

Some of you might even buy them and have them ready for the LoGW game in Stonehaven the following weekend. I know some of you who could.


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I'm hoping he has them available for SKELP this weekend. I've been in correspondence with him about the new range and I know a few of us are eagerly awaiting the release.

Buying new lead at TARGE to have ready for the following weekend will be pretty tight on the painting schedule for me. He does have some neat looking palm trees which are worth checking out.

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Peter, do you still want me to bring along my adobe style buildings and palm trees?

See some of you guys at Forfar.
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G'day, I have sent you all an update email today about the November game. Please let me know if you don't receive it.

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Peter,

I am sure you have taken this into your calculations but i am figureless for this outing.. will my native hordes be provided for me?

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Have no fear , the Nana will be well supplied with a motley assortment of natives.

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I've sent you all some background information and spreadsheets for this months Indian Mutiny game. These include the playsheets which are modified from the basic Legends of the West (LOTW) Alamo rules. Movement is increased, new charge rules, some additional skills and a few other changes to pluck tests and the results.
I've also sent you spreadhseets for you to work out the composition of your forces. If you could get those to me ideally by TARGE then we can work on allocating out the figures required.

It will be good to see you all again. Let's hope the snow stays off this year.
Some figures should be released at TARGE by Mutineer Miniatures. With two display games and a new release of figures TARGE will have a strong IM theme this year.

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sharnydubs wrote:
Some figures should be released at TARGE by Mutineer Miniatures. With two display games and a new release of figures TARGE will have a strong IM theme this year.


There were samples of these figures at the club last night and they are very nice but large, they won't fit it with Foundry figures as Colin had his with him so we were able to compare sizes.

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obriendavid wrote:
There were samples of these figures at the club last night and they are very nice but large, they won't fit it with Foundry figures as Colin had his with him so we were able to compare sizes.

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Dave,

Brian told me they were masters so you can expect a good amount of reduction in sixe when the production casting pop out of the moulds.

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Hi guys, thanks for the feedback so far.

I will provide copies of the playsheet to everyone so no need for you to print off. There will be a few slight modifications to the version already sent to you.

Whenever you have worked out your starting forces would you please send me your spreadsheet. This will help with the identification of figures required.

Also , can I get a headcount for those who will be in Stonehaven on Friday night and up for a game?

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For those of you struggling to follow my spreadsheet can I clarify the following.

If you want artillery please bear in mind that you spearately identify
a ) The number and size of guns
b) The type of limber
c) How many crew you wish to purchase

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