sijeetellis
Jul 9, 2017

Le Art de le Guerre

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hello does any one fancy a game of ADLG? its one of the most popular ancient rules on the competetion circuit. many of its concepts are similar to DBMM and FOG. il like because you get into combat very quick ( there isnt much scope to faf around with skirmishers) and the games finish in about 2 and a half hours.

 

 

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