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Table Size, etc was using light troops

 
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joncleaves
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 25, 2004 6:37 pm    Post subject: Table Size, etc was Re: using light troops


Personally, except that it is a major change, I think Jon should
consider for the new rulebook re-doing rear zones to be measred in
paces from the centerline which would also eliminate the difference
between scales.>>

Funny you should say that. I am currently working on 14.0 and the standard
competition scenario. I would be VERY interested to hear what others thought
about John's suggestion above....

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 25, 2004 7:00 pm    Post subject: Re: Table Size, etc was Re: using light troops


> Personally, except that it is a major change, I think Jon should
> consider for the new rulebook re-doing rear zones to be measred in
> paces from the centerline which would also eliminate the difference
> between scales.>>
>
> Funny you should say that. I am currently working on 14.0 and the
> standard competition scenario. I would be VERY interested to hear what
> others thought about John's suggestion above....
>
> J
>


I agree with the suggestion, and would add that you might consider
shortening the forward zone SLIGHTLY (maybe 3 inches) in 15mm and then
using the same number of paces in 25mm to sort of split the difference. My
15mm hoplites are a little weary of coming out of the toolbox every game
with an extra 2 fatigue or else never getting to fight. But I wouldn't go
overboard. I like 15mm pretty much the way it is. I do think that
conceptually redefinition and equalization betwen 15 and 25 by using paces
is a great idea that should diffuse unnecessary rancor between scales.




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PostPosted: Thu Aug 26, 2004 12:23 am    Post subject: Re: Table Size, etc was Re: using light troops


Moving to set scale and table size by paces, so both 15 and 25 play on the same
proportional table has my vote.

Ed


> I do think that
conceptually redefinition and equalization betwen 15 and 25 by using paces
is a great idea that should diffuse unnecessary rancor between scales.




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