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DBMM – 2. Battle of Bedriacum

This Week we met at Neil`s house and played the second Battle of Bedriacum 69 A.D. – the final battle in the year of the four emperors which ends the roman civil war and marks the beginning of the Flavian … Weiterlesen

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more 28mm Romans and Numidians

Neil – one of my DBMM mentors -  is planning a to recreate a large roman civil war battle using the DBMM Rules. Most of the miniatures needed will be provided by Sir Tobi.   Have a closer look of … Weiterlesen

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28mm Roman Carroballista and some more Elements finished

This weekend I was able to finish the carroballistas. Here are some pictures from my next elements:   …some Baggage Elements with mules: …and the next Generals Element:

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Early Imperial Roman DBA Camp

For the DBA tournament last weekend in Geislingen  I`ve finished my Camp: This is what makes the child inside me happy > no gatehouse without doors, that can`t be opened to depict an undefended or looted camp  Maned with some Camp Followers … Weiterlesen

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Mules and Roman Carts

I allways thought that painting horses is very hard - but for me painting mules is even more exhausting. One mule on a base looks a little bit lonely – two would look much better, but I need the space to create … Weiterlesen

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28mm Roman Artillery on Cart

The next elements I need to play an Early Imperial Roman Army are the Carroballistas:   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carroballista Here`s my first interpretation made with warlord games Miniatures:   I have to build the carts a litte bit bigger that the scorpios have enough … Weiterlesen

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