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 Post subject: Re: Guide to alternative models in BFaS (official rules)
PostPosted: Tue Apr 26, 2016 2:28 pm 
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No worries Tim. We're aiming at the end of June as a release date.
Frank - for sure we will have them at Historicon :)


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Silly question on Swedish Reiters.

From the rules above, they can be supplemented, not replaced with other "Reiter" types.

I have managed to mix my ones up with the ones from Gosiewski foray. I can't tell them apart, as far as I can see they are all very similar in apperance. When can I find what models fit into what set?

It would be a lot easier if the general rule was changed to replacement. After all most of the raiter regiments did not have uniforms.


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Those from Gosiewski foray are Swedish ones as well, so no problem there.

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Ah, thanks for that.

I have a few that seem to be wearing a Secrete, are they an older design?

I don't see any in the current pictures.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 03, 2016 3:17 pm 
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Yes, they are older versions.


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Thank you for all the responses so far. One more question.
Could the new Szekely handgunners be mixed with the Mounted Cossacks?
I think they would especially fit the late 1650s-1660s period, after the initial insurrection.


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No, they cannot.

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Added: Danish reiters and 'winter' infantry available now for few armies, also Polish Wallachian cavalry as [a] for Transylvanian Curtany.

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What models qualify for the artillery major? Likely the officers on foot, but are there any blisters with a qualifying officer?

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