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Best Allies is a set of 18th century land warfare rules, suitable for army sized battles. Individual units are organised into brigades with each side taking it in turn to activate, move and fight their brigades. Includes rules for different commanders level of ability.

With army lists for the; Great Northern war, War of Spanish Succession, Jacobite Risings, Seven Years war, American war of Independence and the French Revolutionary wars

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Jordan L July 06, 2016 3:51 am UTC
Just reading through and I notice there is no suggestion of base sizes or figures per base. Was this intentional? It seems like a club set of rules and not quite ready for play beyond the circle of those in the know.
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Justin T March 19, 2017 10:35 pm UTC
Yep feel free to use the scale of figures that you like. Page 19 has suggestions for base sizes. But it is a common feature of Veni Vidi Vici rules that we don't dictate the base sizes or measuring scale you use.
Its a full set of rules, including the army lists to build an army of your choice (if you don't want to use an historical order of battle). I cannot think of anything that needs to be added.
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This title was added to our catalog on July 03, 2016.