4cm to 3cm bases

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micheni
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Enregistré le : sam. 12 oct. 2019 04:54

4cm to 3cm bases

Message par micheni » dim. 10 nov. 2019 15:16

hi all.
after reading the book which i find excellent few questions came in mind . so lets start with the bases.
if the figures are based in 4cm width to 3cm depth bases with double ranks of 6 to 8 figures in each base as in the second picture in page 16 and use 4 of them for a medium unit as is the most common case :
a.) doing line formation with 2 bases in front and 2 behind looks ok but doing column with 1 base front and all others behind gives a bit weird footprint of 4cm frontage to 12cm depth looking more like a road column . is it right or we miss something_:;;
b) can we use 2 such bases for medium units instead of 4 just like we would do if we had 4 4cm to 1.5cm bases; but in that case we need extra marker for the small unit that will be 2 bases also and extra marker for the column square or another way of improvization
regards
dimi

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Re: 4cm to 3cm bases

Message par micheni » lun. 11 nov. 2019 18:02

i hope someone will give a hint for using these 4cm x 3cm bases . all my friends are waiting for an answer
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gibbyj
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Enregistré le : dim. 3 mars 2019 22:32

Re: 4cm to 3cm bases

Message par gibbyj » mar. 12 nov. 2019 00:05

Hi,
I think the answer is in the example above the diagrams on p18. The value of a ud is equal to 2 bases, So if using 4 by 3 then you would end up 2 bases front and 2 behind.
cheers
Jim

micheni
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Re: 4cm to 3cm bases

Message par micheni » mar. 12 nov. 2019 06:16

thx jim
so 2 front and 2 behind for column?
and 4 in line for line? that means 16cm frontage and UD of 8cm as per the example.
so what table must we use for 200 points game?
thx
dimi

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