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More American Civil War Action


This is a small game that was played last Wednesday night at the club. I based the terrain around the 1865 battle of Hatcher’s Run, around the Dabney’s Saw Mill. The terrain has been set for the actual site however the number of units and figures are not quite correct.

Our battle involved three brigades of infantry on both sides, with two batteries of artillery each. The game still made for a very good game using a combination of Regimental Fire and Fury (RFF) and Fortune and Glory.

We also used figures from all the lads collections with the majority coming from Dave Lowes’s ever growing collection. So please enjoy.


10 thoughts on “More American Civil War Action”

  1. Awesome! looks like a lot of fun and gaming. Great miniatures and painting, interesting to see you mount 3 figures and not 4 or 5 per base? I guess the 3 figures stands are for visual appeal and irrelevant to the game rules set you are using?

  2. Phil

    Thanks for the comments. No the three figures to a base was more to save on the costs of our army and to get the most out of an order. Normally we would love to have 5-6 figures to a base.



  3. With a Rebel YEll ๐Ÿ™‚ Looks like my lads did well, esp looking at the last pic ๐Ÿ™‚

    Sure looks to be an awful lot of Yankees running for the hills ๐Ÿ™‚

    Hope to catch up on Wed night


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