• The turn sequence for Field of Glory Napoleonics is straightforward, but it does have some subtle effects that make the game very interesting. To fully understand the turn sequence, please see the Field of Glory Napoleonic rulebook. But before you do that, click on “read more” for a discussion of some of the points of…

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    This article contains a gallery of figures used for Field of Glory Napoleonics. Click on the “read more” to show a large map of Europe. Then just click on the appropriate areas of the map of Europe to display some photos from the armies related to that country.

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    Figure gallery of Napoleonic figures from Spain used in FOGN games.

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    I’ve been asked how I got started on the Pirate gaming side of the Club. My response was that I had a few Pirates lying around and it started from there! Then I was asked how I happened to have a few Pirates lying around? I’m still stuck on that one. Well, every Pirate needs…

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    1944. The Allies are continuing to push back the Japanese forces. But the Japanese Navy is doing all it can to stem the tide. Amongst the atolls of the Pacific Ocean, an small flotilla of Japanese ships is aggressively patrolling in defense of the likely island targets for the next Allied invasion. A group of British ships are…

  • John R. reckons he can write my After Action Reports himself; “If only I’d done…”, “I should have done…”, “I didn’t spot…” etc. etc. Funny b*stard! Unfortunately he’s right, though: Last Saturday’s game at the Croydon venue turned out to be exactly this sort of game! Robin and I took on Jim’s Austrians with our…

  • John R. reckons he can write my AARs himself; “If only I’d done…”, “I should have done…”, “I didn’t spot…” etc. etc. Funny b*stard! Unfortunately he’s right, though: Last Saturday’s game at the Croydon venue turned out to be exactly this sort of game! Robin and I took on Jim’s Austrians with our respective French…

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    In preparation for the upcoming Wagram re-fight, we played a 1:120 scale battle French versus Austrians. Tim and Andrew S. playing the horrible Hapsburgs, while Tony and I commanded the Emperor’s finest. I hadn’t really got my head around what 1:120 meant, assuming that for the same number of points, I’d have half the number…

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    The Americans have chosen science to help them remain a viable force in the arms race. After capturing the crashed alien space craft at area 51 in Roswell, American scientists began experimenting on the craft and reverse engineering some of its technological marvels. As most people have at least a small understanding of WW2 weapons…

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    The stiff upper lip of the British refuses to waver in the face of all that the Germans can throw at them. Through the reverse engineering of captured German equipment, plus American Lend-Lease technology, the British now have their own Power Armoured troops and Mech Tanks to meet the enemy head on. As most people…

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    The German Warmachine is willing to pull no punches in its quest to win the war. They have pushed weapon development into occult and scientific areas left alone by the other nations. As most people have at least a small understanding of WW2 weapons and forces involved I will limit the brief overview here to…

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    The Russians have been kicked out of the allies after they invaded Switzerland in direct violation of allied orders in desperation to capture their manufacturing plants and natural resources. As most people have at least a small understanding of WW2 weapons and forces involved I will limit the brief overview here to the new weird/pulp…