Played DBMM for the first time last night with Graham, Gregg and Mike at the H&SL Wargame Society. Seems like a really good system, and the guys really helped to explain it as we played it, which is probably the best way. I have  had an interest in this system ever since I got interested in miniatures, so it is great I am getting the chance to play it.

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Comment by Gary Barr on August 24, 2013 at 6:29pm
DBMM generates a very interesting and fun game but only once you get over the rather steep learning curve. It is not so much complex (although a lot to remember) as complexly written :-)
Comment by Roger Morley on August 21, 2013 at 6:00pm

The Romans and more. It covers from Ancients up to Medieval. We were playing a battle between Chinese and Korean Armies. Good fun but a reasonable learning curve for a newbie like me, but playing whilst learning is the best way.

Comment by Kev on August 21, 2013 at 5:41pm

Roman Era correct?

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