The reality is that it was an East Frankish army on loan from me to Baldie that came 4th. Baldie was simply a slave to their collective conscience and moved them around the table under their subliminal control.
With just over a month to go, could people intending to come please let me know so that I can get on with the planning and get details sent out. I have sent e-mails to the usual suspects but if you didn't receive anything, pm me on this forum. The date is Saturday 22 September in Bakewell.
Currently there are 10 players signed up with two places left. Tim has had to reduce the overall space for us to cater for extra demand from other games. Quite reasonable given we are only a week away.
So - two places left and if anyone is interested they had better sign up quick on the Britcon site!
I've been interested in trying ECW with Baccus 6mm. I thought I'd base for DBx (DB-RRR). Would this work with the grid rules? Could you use a smaller table with smaller grids?
I can't speak for the ECW rules but I have played some of their other grid based games such as the new version of Squarebashing for WW1. The advantage of grid based games generally is that basing doesn't really matter as long as you can get the required number of units/bases in the grid size that you choose to use. Other grid based games worth looking at are Bob Cordery's Portable wargame ancient rules and Simon Miller's To the Strongest.