|DP02 Bunker Hill (17 June 1775)||David and Michael Pitts||2315|
|DP05 Hubbardton (7 July 1777)||David and Michael Pitts||1368|
|MM01 Brandywine Creek (11 September 1777)||Mark McGilchrist||1845|
|MM02 Germantown (4 October 1777)||Mark McGilchrist||1286|
|MM03 Monmouth Courthouse (28 June 1778)||Mark McGilchrist||1243|
|MM04 Monmouth (28 June 1778)||Mark McGilchrist||1712|
|DP01 Camden (16 August 1780)||David and Michael Pitts||1226|
|DP03 Cowpens (17 January 1781)||David and Michael Pitts||1291|
|DP04 Guilford Court House (15 March 1781)||David and Michael Pitts||1283|
As usual with Commands & Colors scenarios the emphasis is very much on the balanced game, and the AWI scenarios have been produced with this very much in mind, but they look fun to play.
I need to add a few more figures yet, Guards and Grenadiers plus more Continental line troops etc but I'm not far off.
I'm using the play sheets I made up last year, but I may need to tweak them to match the variant rules (for example - Continental line use the 'Spanish' factors, but I wanted to make them more of a match for the British regulars). It will come together now I'm sure, and overall I can see it should work well for quick games.
Took a few pics at the start to show the collection so far. Once done I'll be focusing on building up more conventional forces using Fife & Drum Miniatures.
|Militia in front!|
|Supported by line troops.|
|2 companies of riflemen - range = 3 hexes.|
|British 'hatmen' companies.|
I also took a few more 'posed' pictures of my command bases.
And finally, a couple of shots showing comparison between Perry plastics and metals as discussed on TMP. I think they are a fine match.
|L to R - metal, plastic, metal, plastic.|
|L to R - metal, plastic, metal, metal, plastic.|
|L to R _ metal, plastic, metal, plastic, metal, metal, plastic.|