Lace Wars - Red Sash Games

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Lace Wars - Red Sash Games

A group dedicated to discussing and organizing games of Ian Weir's/Red Sash Games' Lace Wars and Sea Lords Series. 

www.redsashgames.com

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Latest Activity: Feb 3, 2016

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Comment by Michael Davis on December 22, 2013 at 10:17pm

Let's give it a try after New Year's. I have used Vassal before.

Comment by Michael Davis on December 22, 2013 at 7:27pm

Great. Where are you?

About me, my Blog tells the story:

http://horseandmusket2.blogspot.com

Comment by Michael Davis on December 22, 2013 at 6:22pm

I have

Kabinettskrieg N/A

Sport of Kings: Germany 1740-45

I live in Laguna Niguel, California. I'm also looking for an opponent. I have looked at the rules, pulled out the maps and examined the counters. 

Michael

Comment by Miguel Guerrero on October 31, 2012 at 7:37am

We are playing a weekly session RL! 1689 CG.

By now we have started 4 times resulting always in Jacobites taking Derry, and so we have started some minor changes to resolve this trouble.

We have studied a modified Siege and Blockade rule, some reduction on Leader, Depot and OP losses on minor battles, changed Major battles numbers accordying to CY numbers, and lately changing Quarterly events to 4, 8, 12 and 16, so taking effect from the first season Operation Phase.. and eliminating the first turn Quarterly rolls and replacements. Also considering minor roads everywhere for LOC to HUBs -we use the  2xMaps- and limiting Garrison Isolation rules to non-friendly territory.

I will start a turn by turn AAR in this 5th CG, that we hope we´ll finish after reaching 1691.

The good thing is that we have enjoyed every turn we have played.

 

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