I have decided to build two classic HINTON HUNT 20mm Napoleonic armies (assuming I can find enough figures). They will be a British, Prussian, Dutch-Belgian, Brunswick Allied army and a French army (which may contain some allies as well, Bavarian, Swiss, Saxon, etc.).
I have linked several blogs that are devoted to collecting and gaming with Hinton Hunt figures. At present I am planning to use Stryker's "Muskets and Marshals" rules. Muskets and Marshals rules (free)
I have also ordered some Napoleonic Newline Designs figures so I can see them in person. I have heard good things about them. I want to see how they compare in size to the RSM95 20mm Napoleonic figures. Newline Designs Miniatures
The other project I have started recently is an adventure into the 18th Century world of imaginations. I am building two 30mm armies (loosely based on Austria/Saxony vs. Prussia) using RSM95 and Minden Miniatures figures. Dayton Painting Consortium (RSM95s) Fife and Drum / Minden Miniatures
My ongoing projects are:
1. Building two Napoleonic armies, using 28mm Front Rank figures, for use with Andrew Parr's rules "Fortune and Glory." Lonely Gamers - Fortune and Glory Rules
2. Building two Napoleonic armies, using Adler 6mm figures, for use with "Blucher." Blucher Rules
Meanwhile, back on the workdesk - Just before interrupting myself for last Saturday's game set in.........what is the current accepted term for Twightlight years of the Roman Empire? Anyway...
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