These chaps were rushed into action with their paint barely dry at the Third Battle of the Hut, so I never got around to introducing them formally to you. If their performance in that game is anything to go by, they will have a glorious career ahead of them.
|All the figures are the one-piece casting AN.73 Cuirassier (mounted) charging with one converted to a trumpeter.|
My Campaign with Rob has been rumbling on, but I haven’t been able to post on it here as the need for secrecy (and reputational preservation) has been paramount.
|When viewing this map you need to be humming along to the Dad's Army theme tune. This was not the finest hour of the French army but I console myself by thinking it was just a side-show for the main event still to come nearer to Vienna.|
|I can hardly blame Rob for taking advantage of such a propaganda coup.|
Things are coming to a head now and I suspect that a decisive battle will be coming along soon.
Who do you think you're kidding Mr Stryker...
Don't tell him your name Pike!
Funny, I found myself humming “the grand old Duke of York”. Watch out for Yankee lawyers....as for the Sommarivans, I can vouch for their heroism, which matches their magnificent paintwork.
Thanks Nigel, when they were up they were up and those Austrians don’t like it up em’!
I am in awe of your feigned retreat and the way the French have drawn on the Austrians into the jaws of a trap....
There is definitely something about Austrian troops... and these guys have it in bundles!
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