. Nope, once you've had the first fix ...I doubt I will be able to stop at a box or 2 of each
carvel2 wrote:What's not to like about Romans and Celts...apart from celts
Sounds like a plan to me. IMHO its not the rules but the enthusiasm for the game that counts.
Dad + boy + figures= how it should be
clivethecelt wrote:I think it'd be great - the rules are quick and simple, and it'd be FUN. It'd be very quick, so you can fit in more than one game in a session if you wanted, so you both get to play the Romans and Celts. Quick game, once the action starts it's all happening, and it's more about the fun of playing the game rather than worrying about rules.
Jock73 wrote:. Nope, once you've had the first fix ...I doubt I will be able to stop at a box or 2 of each
That's an interesting idea. I will try it and see how it goes. Why ban pikes though?BigMike wrote:I'd be tempted to treat Romans as Uruk-hai and Celts as Rohan myself - just do yourself a favour and ban pikes first!
Thank you. I joined the group.Phil wrote:This Yahoo Group: http://games.groups.yahoo.com/group/LOTRvariants/ has lots of stuff on different LotR variants, including at least one for Romans versus Celts.
BigMike wrote:I suggest banning pikes mostly because neither army carried them, plus if you issue them to one army the natural tendency for that player is to form a pike phalanx and wait the game out and against an enemy drawn from a Rohan list they'll find this a very hard nut to crack!
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