Warfare Miniatures at Partizan 1

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Warfare Miniatures at Partizan 1

Post by barr7430 » Fri May 25, 2012 7:49 am

I have been cramming for Partizan this last week. I finally have a full unit of Jacobite Horse painted and these will make an appearance at the show together with a further 2-3 new regiments of Foot, new extras and vignettes, artillery positions and Clarence's new flags. The game is set in Ireland in the Spring of 1690. A Jacobite supply column is making a 'crawl' into a friendly town whilst under attack from Danish, English and Huguenot troops. The column is protcted by detachments of Dragoons and Horse backed up by a brigade of Foot. Adrian has done the terrain. Bob, Ade and I the figures. We should have about 400 painted Warfare minis on the table with almost nothing from any others sources.
This gives a nice impression of what a table looks like with the new range.

If you are at the show come and visit us. If not, I'll try and take some pics and post.
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Re: Warfare Miniatures at Partizan 1

Post by parkinspieces » Fri May 25, 2012 10:04 pm

Look forward to seeing you and the game on Sunday :D

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Re: Warfare Miniatures at Partizan 1

Post by Rob Herrick » Sat May 26, 2012 1:58 am

There is no try.

You WILL take pictures!
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Re: Warfare Miniatures at Partizan 1

Post by andy thompson » Sat May 26, 2012 7:00 am

I saw what I would imagine was a dress rehearsal for this at Carronade in Falkirk a couple of weeks ago and it was mighty impressive then. The addition of even more new toys should make it spectacular.

I even got to play a couple of turns. In fact, I managed to single handedly delay the entire Williamite advance for several turns. That would have been even more impressive if I wasn't actually the Williamite commander for those turns :oops:

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