The First Battle of St. Albans, 1455: 1 Yorkist v’s 1 Lancastrian
The Battle of Blore Heath, 1459: 2 Yorkists v’s 2 Lancastrians
The Rout of Ludford, 1459: 1 Yorkist v's 2 Lancastrians
The Battle of Northampton, 1460: 2 Yorkists v’s 1 Lancastrian
All armies to be 2,250 points. I couldn't give a toss who plays which scenario, how many scenarios an individual plays in or in what order they get played. The faction leader may like to put forward the names of who is playing in each game. Then again he may not and it could be a complete free-for-all. However the more games you play the more successful you will be. I will pass on details of each scenario once the combatants are fixed up. Currently 3 Lancastrians will be pretty busy and the unattached can stand by the side watching on picking their noses.
Games to be played (ideally) before the end of May. Some of you who may have glanced at a history book will note that things are not entirely consistent with the official accounts of the period. The accounts are obviously wrong as we wargamers are always right !
Inside the underground Nazi 'village' - Shifting sands have revealed a forgotten world of Nazi tunnels underneath The Hague. Link to the BBC website. -
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