Longstreet "Lite" Released!

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Longstreet "Lite" Released!

Postby GamesPoet » Sun Jul 14, 2013 9:07 am

Well, here's the basics as provided by Sam's Honour site ...

http://www.sammustafa.com/honour/downloads/

Both a basic rules and some basic cards have been provided to allow folks to start off with the basic mechanics, while allowing for some cards that can be played as well. Full rules and full card decks are yet to be released, but rumor has it that they're on a boat from China ... lol.

For those interested, all the downloads for Longstreet, Maurice, and Lasalle are located on that page.
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Re: Longstreet "Lite" Released!

Postby Cardinal Hawkwood » Sun Jul 14, 2013 10:55 am

thanks GP
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Re: Longstreet "Lite" Released!

Postby GamesPoet » Mon Jul 15, 2013 12:38 am

Your welcome.

I've downloaded them and intend to print them off for reading later today.

This seems to be a good way of introducing game rules.
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Re: Longstreet "Lite" Released!

Postby David_W » Mon Jul 15, 2013 7:13 pm

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Thanks for the link. You are a damn fine officer (in your case "Obristlieutenant")

Now, i I could just decide whether to use 10mm, 15mm or 25mm (although as has been mentioned on this forum I have foresworn 25mm)

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Re: Longstreet "Lite" Released!

Postby Ashur dan » Mon Jul 15, 2013 7:18 pm

Hi David

I printed these off today.

Are you looking at producing both sides or only one? If one I would suggest 15mm so we can play toy soldiers! (Mind you I have both sides anyway so it would not be a problem if you did another scale).
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Re: Longstreet "Lite" Released!

Postby Sidders » Mon Jul 15, 2013 7:36 pm

AB would be an excellent choice if one is forsworn off of 25mm, peter pig were quite useful though I'm not sure what their molds are like nowadays
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Re: Longstreet "Lite" Released!

Postby GamesPoet » Mon Jul 15, 2013 11:17 pm

David_W wrote:GP

Thanks for the link. You are a damn fine officer (in your case "Obristlieutenant")

Now, i I could just decide whether to use 10mm, 15mm or 25mm (although as has been mentioned on this forum I have foresworn 25mm)

Your welcome. Picking up some of Sash & Sabers new 25/28mm 14th Brooklyn set, 10 advancing right shoulder shift, 10 firing line, 4 command.
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