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Hell and Uncivil Disorder

Hell and Uncivil Disorder


Generic modern (and even SF) wargames rules for the scruffier and more disreputable side of warfare. This set of rules is for wargames set after the start of the 20th century, we’ve even fought SF games with them. Whilst we’ve normally used them with 15mm/20mm/28mm figures, the rules evolved out of a single sheet of A4 set of 1/300 rules known as Kalashnikov Tribal. So we play the games using 6mm...   [click here for more]
Jim Webster  $4.84

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Hell by Daylight

Hell by Daylight


Hell by Daylight has been play-tested for over thirty years if you take into account that the first edition was written on a typewriter at some point in the 1990s. The aim of the rules is to cover skirmish gaming, (so once you know the rules you can deploy a platoon or weakened company, with supports. But bigger isn’t necessarily better.) People do comment that the morale rules are a bit simplistic,...   [click here for more]
Jim Webster  $4.84

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Hell in Microcosm

Hell in Microcosm


Welcome to ‘Hell in Microcosm.’ This set of rules has the battalion as the manoeuvre unit. Stiffened and supported by the specialist troops from within the division, the battalions are the cutting edge of your force. Aimed at 6mm and 2mm figures, once you get used to the rules you can contemplate deploying divisions. When we originally used these rules, we fought battles ranging in time from the...   [click here for more]
Jim Webster  $4.84

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