ASPERN - ESSLING GAME

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ASPERN - ESSLING GAME

Post by toggy » Sun Aug 05, 2018 9:10 am

Yesterday Mr. H & myself went along to Claymore & put on a display representing Essling, in the 1809 campaign.
The table was very well received & the buildings were the stars of the show, although most people liked the large cavalry units the Austrians field.
A few piccies to show what we did
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Hope to get this on at a weekender or 1 day game soon.

Bob
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Re: ASPERN - ESSLING GAME

Post by Friedrich August I. » Sun Aug 05, 2018 10:39 am

Lovely Pictures Bob! Thumbs up to the proud collector :D
I noticed too that large Regiments of Horse are eye candy for the the common Wargamer in GB :wink:
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Re: ASPERN - ESSLING GAME

Post by obriendavid » Sun Aug 05, 2018 12:59 pm

Great looking games guys, I bet you guys in the atrium were as hot as I was in Cyprus except that I got to cool off in the water park.

Dave
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