So, the French and Indian war in North America? I’ve got the French, I’ve got some Indians, but for the “war” part you really need some settlers to defend or raid!
I’m heading for the home stretch on my current rural/Medieval binge. I’ve done the army and the terrain, and there are a bunch of half-finished buildings on my desk. But what ancient or Medieval setting is complete without some carts? Specifically, for Lion Rampant there’s a scenario where you need to escort or raid a […]
If you’re interested in the French and Indian War theatre of the Seven Years War, chances are you’re going to need some Indians. In Muskets and Tomahawks they are a handy irregular force that can move through the trees, so even if you’re playing with stiff-shirt regulars there’s a good chance you’ll want to have […]
I’m a big fan of fast-moving games that can be played with a fairly small force. I’d been hearing a lot of good things about the 18th century skirmish game Muskets and Tomahawks from French mob Studio Tomahawk, so have decided to dip my toe in and see how it plays. Force Composition The main […]