Saturday, October 18, 2014


Hello everyone. As people begin to read the rules and have some questions regarding the implementation of various aspects I would like to have a central point we could post the FAQ. You have two options that are available to you to make this happen.

1. Post a comment below asking your question and I will answer in the comments.
2. You can send me an email and I will address the question and post the question and answer at a later date.

Eventually I will collect the FAQ and put into a nice PDF that people can download and refer to during game play. 

Thanks and enjoy.


  1. Hi Joe,

    Again, really proud of you for the new book, its awesome!

    I am awaiting my copy ...

    I am wondering, as I am sure some of the other people are as well, do you have any nice battle reports done and how is the FAQ coming along? I am sure I will need answers eventually!

    All my best,

  2. Hi Joe,

    Finished my first read of the rules, they look good. Two things I had questions about:

    1) In the shooting targeting example pic on page 57, enemy element B is the primary target since it is fully in the sight arc, in the threat zone and fully visible. If B were removed, would unit A or C be the next highest priority? A is closer but not all within the arc. C is farther, but fully in arc. Do one of these conditions override the other, or would this be players choice?

    2) The British army list for the Second Battle of Trenton (page 141) does not list the size for any of the elements. All of the rest of the lists and scenarios include the sizes. Can you let us know what they should be?


  3. Sorry, for #1 I meant to say element B is closest, in the threat zone and fully in the sight arc.

  4. Hello James. Here are your answers and thanks for the questions.

    1. A would be the next target if Element B was removed from the equation. If this makes sense for you then I would break down the areas into threat zone and outside of threat zone. Then evaluate the priority into closest then most amount of stands. Basically if the shooting element can see it becomes a viable target.

    2. Yeah, sorry about that. I can't tell you how many people read and edited the book and we still forgot to add in the sizes for the British. I will get that sorted out and posted here on the blog in the coming days.



  5. Thanks Joe, your answer for #1 makes sense. As for #2, no sweat and I'll keep an eye out for the update.

  6. I was wondering if the long range modifier extends with the range of the weapon or is it 12 always