Muskets & Shakos: Hanover Regt. Von Hauss

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Muskets & Shakos: Hanover Regt. Von Hauss

Postby Atomic Floozy » Sat Feb 10, 2018 12:31 am

Just finished painting a single battalion Hanover regiment for the Seven Years War. Plan is to use the battalion in a Muskets & Shakos game later this year. Pictures on the blog:

https://atomicfloozy.com/2018/02/09/han ... -hauss-7b/

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Re: Muskets & Shakos: Hanover Regt. Von Hauss

Postby BOB » Tue Feb 13, 2018 4:57 pm

Fine work! I do enjoy seeing Hanoverians on the field. Mine are dogs. Literally.
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Re: Muskets & Shakos: Hanover Regt. Von Hauss

Postby Atomic Floozy » Wed Feb 14, 2018 1:07 am

My younger brother played Flintloque, he collected the elves and the undead. There was a group of guys here in the Dallas area still playing Flintloque a couple of years ago. Don't know if they are still playing it or not.
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Re: Muskets & Shakos: Hanover Regt. Von Hauss

Postby BOB » Wed Feb 14, 2018 2:38 pm

It's a great game and I regularly write stories with scenarios for the Orcs in the Webbe advent calendar run by our own Craig Andrews.

However I love the figures to bits and use them for historical games as well as my hybrid outings mostly with a modded, or not, verison of "CHarge!" or my own titles.

My Hanoverians are pugs in tricornes with Ogre officers and grenadiers. Built the battalions to "Charge!" standards so they are quite large but can be broken down into four Muskets & Shakos battalions, five if one converges the grenadiers.

Must say been playing fewer skirmish games in favor of games in the Muskets & Shakos scale lately for whatever reason.

In any event your figures look the business and I am sure they shall perform well on the field of honour!
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