Wouldn’t you know it, before I get my first proper army on the table there are variants for many periods popping up. I for one like the idea of a Peloponnesian variant – after all there are very few troop types required and they can fit well within the existing definitions that Dan Mersey has already given us.
I am keen to try 1066 using the set – again all of the troop types present can be covered by the existing troop types.
I have always been interested in the Wars of the Roses and recently discovered a variant online for that too at a fantastic blog entitled “The Shire and Everything After“. This really is an excellent blog and some of the photos are very inspiring.
With the forthcoming release from Perry of dismounted Men at Arms this period is very very affordable now.
It is with some anticipation that I await Dan’s “Lion Rampant” rules, of which he has given us a few teasers on his site.
I have been busy rebasing 1066 Saxons for DB/Impetus of late. Pictures to follow soon.