Horse and Musket? WSS?

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Horse and Musket? WSS?

Postby Mac » 10 Mar 2014, 17:56

I was hoping this category would gather some momentum. . . With Donnybrook out some nice WSS or Horse and Musket figures would really be cool. . .not so much marching and regimented though. . .Skirmish; Musketeers, Swords!
And some really nice peasants/civilians too!!
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Re: Horse and Musket? WSS?

Postby Darsc Zacal » 10 Mar 2014, 19:34

I'm not familiar with all your terminology but yes for skirmishing, horses, musketeers, swords, peasants, and civilians.
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Re: Horse and Musket? WSS?

Postby Mac » 17 Mar 2014, 18:35

Donnybrook is set of skirmish rules for 1600-1700.
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Re: Horse and Musket? WSS?

Postby ChadSexington » 21 Mar 2014, 22:40

A second set of infantry in advancing and firing positions would be great. My two cents is highlanders to pad out this era and cross over into others.
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Re: Horse and Musket? WSS?

Postby Mac » 25 Mar 2014, 17:52

You see that Lonnie!? Another vote for Highlanders!
(Which is an army I am in the process of starting now what a coincidence! ;) )
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Postby Lonnie » 25 Mar 2014, 18:57

I too, would like Highlanders but not for WSS. FIW and AWI sure for me, if we were to do them.
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Re: Horse and Musket? WSS?

Postby Mac » 26 Mar 2014, 17:23

AWI Highlanders are Red Coats! Yeeech!
Barefoot screaming Ladies From Hell! That's a proper Highlander!
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Re: Horse and Musket? WSS?

Postby crazyharborc » 26 Mar 2014, 18:01

Gee, do those British Highlanders wear slips? Just wondering.
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Re: Horse and Musket? WSS?

Postby mrinku » 26 Mar 2014, 18:18

I wonder if you could make a profit on a highlander conversion sprue? For most of the 19thC it's all the same from the waist up...

Just do kilt and sporran legs and a few bonnets, with a set of bagpipe arms on the sprue. Seperate sporrans if you like.
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Re: Horse and Musket? WSS?

Postby Mac » 27 Mar 2014, 18:59

Crazyharborc, If they are British they may, if they are ENGLISH it is assured. :lol:
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