Rob Dean Posted January 9, 2022 Share Posted January 9, 2022 (edited) I’m as space and time limited as the next guy, so I have been considering playing around with Neil Thomas’s One Hour Wargames this year. The rules are pretty simple (too simple?), but we have only tried them a couple of times, so I thought it would be nice to give them a solid test before I start modifying them. The book is divided up into nine period-specific rules sets on a common framework. Units are specified to use a 4-6” front, so I ordered some 6” wide (relaxed fit 😜) bases from Litko and started building them on Friday. It turns out that big flat pieces that take time to dry don’t match well with my desk space. Here’s a test fit of the first few bases, with my 40mm home cast 18th century troops. I’m also planning to try the Pike and Shot rules, and figured that the trays would take two of my 60mm square bases (of more 40mm home cast figures). Edited January 9, 2022 by Rob Dean Fixed photo orientation 10 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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