Von Karl Regiment
Why Imagi-Nations? Because it frees me from historical expectations when playing scenarios. One problem I had with my French and Austrians. It also allows me to create my own uniforms
though its not easy to break the habit of painting historical Regiments. :)
The current Book I'm reading.
Playing historical accurate can be rewarding but at the same time a bit constraining so Imagi-Nation gaming can be a freing up..although I know what you mean with breaking the Habit of painting historically accurately. I´ve found myself making real world reasoning when creating Units and Scenarios for my Imagi-Nation Project, which can be, in some cases, more effort than using historical references.ReplyDelete
You´ve actually got Grant´s "The War Game"...I´m jealous!:-)
Yes Paul. Plus I have several Napoleonic Cuirassier regiments that never get used because they don't fit with divisional level operations. However I won't feel that way with Imagi-Nation regiments. Same I always want give my Napoleonic French an advantage in skirmishers. That will no longer be a problem. :)Delete
Looks cool, David!ReplyDelete
Thanks Just Jack!Delete
Yet another superb unit David. Historical or imagined historical, they look great to me!ReplyDelete
Hey, this way you can paint your best design-your-own hussar unit. A bit like what Murat did with the Neapolitan army, haha!!
Ha ha Thank you James. True I was always a bit jealous of Murat getting to uniform his own army! And yes there will be Hussars later on. :)Delete
Two tasty regiments, one a croissant and one a Danish! :-)ReplyDelete
ha ha I think you picked it up quickly! My Alsace Foot Regiments will be named after wines or wine growing areas and the Struddlhiem's from now will be named after dishes. I am just about to base the courageous Ribbensteg Regiment.Delete
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