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Notes for use with MicroMark army lists

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INTRODUCTION TO THE MICROMARK ARMY LISTS

This file includes notes on army list layout, artillery fire control, morale and training values, abbreviations, and how to use the lists to generate random forces for your wargames.

These army list cards do not include points values, which means that they can be used with any rules system, whether or not points values are used with that system. Whilst designed for table top battlegroup games, these lists are also intended as historical reference notes for use in conjunction with reference books that describe battles. Very often in the latter case exact details of forces used in such battles are not given, and these lists are designed to give the user at least some idea of forces available. Also, for those gamers that love fielding hordes of King Tigers, SturmTigers, 150mm guns and flamethrower tanks, which historically were not very common, these lists detail the level and the percentage chance of such heavy equipment being available.

Lists are nearly all 2 sides of A4, and detail the organiation of combat battalions down to platoon level, and all support units at Brigade and divisional level as appropriate

 

 
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March 9th, 2012
As ever Mark Bevis provides the Wargamer with a succinct and accurate run down of TO&E information for the armies of WW2 (and beyond). Mark has been hard a work for a good few years now and the quality of his work just keeps getting better a [...]
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