For a change Barry is correct , the figure is from Gripping Beast but he doesn't actually have a sling in his hand but he is a lovely figure.barr7430 wrote:This was Dave's faction Rob, I think it is Gripping Beast.. I am sure he'll correct me if I am wrong... he usually does
Stuart, the main reason I came up with Tangiers scenarios was because I had these Moors sitting around waiting for a chance to come out of the box. The Moors I have were produced for the El Cid period but I'm sure plenty of them still looked like that in the 1680's but with a touch of Ottoman styling thrown in. There is no generic faction list currently for the Ottomans so you could either use them as Moors or just use the Moorish lists and just use them as Ottomans for fighting around Vienna.parkinspieces wrote:Great idea for Tangiers Barry, ideal for "skirmish", I've got the English, just got to convince Mark to add Moors to his Ottoman collection.
Must admit looking forward to these skirmish rules, I had North America in mind for 1672-1712 era and me and Mark had been discussing setting our Witchfinder General in this era, so as to maximise use of his Sedgemoor skirmish figures, my English etc. I hadn't even considered Tangiers Stuart
The Moorish section of the Tribal faction could probably just be used for Cossacks as it is, mainly a mounted force with a smattering of infantry. As Clarence suggested just a slight chance in weapons depending on period would be easy to do and a few different characters would need to be changed.quindia wrote:Greg, you could probably use the Tribal faction for Cossacks with changes to the weapons allowed depending on the period.
I am lovin' itbarr7430 wrote:The Barons also requested that we look at including such as the Beast of Gevaudan in the rules...
Where is all this stuff coming from!!!!!