How Do You Like Your Cavalry?

How Do You Like Your Cavalry?

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Dreyf - February 19, 2021

One option to “modernize” the classical calvalry (put a gaz mask on the horse and one on the rider, ad a technological gizmo on the spear,…) would be nice.

CHRISTOPHER RYAN - February 19, 2021

Looking forward to your cavalry. Please do something for the Boshin war. Thanks

Steve Leopard - February 19, 2021

Price more important than number of figures. Your infantry boxes are well priced and hope cavalry the same.

Ryan Jackson - February 19, 2021

Always thought that an even number is better, not sure why but generally thinking is that 16 would be a good solid block of 4×4 to look at.

chris mcdonald - February 19, 2021

I would love to do a 1:10 ratio on Napoleonic units that would be great on a table or display.

Mike Paine - February 19, 2021

How many cavalry doesn’t matter to me as much as who’s riding the horses.

Stephen - February 19, 2021

Opt for 15. 12 troopers and 3 command. Charging or stationary or advancing.

Rob - February 19, 2021

Really looking forward to some of the undead calvalry you previously previewed!

Rob Atkinson - February 19, 2021

12 – All I can face painting at a time. :-)

with 12 you can do them in bases of 2, 3 or 4 so gives you more options for rule systems.
Our AWI rules use 6 man units and our Crusades rules use 12 man units.


Jerome Klahr - February 19, 2021

I miss non-charging cavalry and/or light cavalry skirmishing, probably dismounted, using carbines with comerades standing by and attending to horses… or Hussars on picket duty.

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