Cubster wrote:Well hurry up with the Eighth Army man and we won't get so distracted!
Distracted ... that's a funny word ... I wonder if anyone's ever been 'tracted' ... I'll go look it up ...
Invisible officer wrote:;) You are right Cubster , But I realy get from all that pseudo nationalistic fuss from Bavarians or Scotsmen. In Oxford I met a NY "Scotsman". Proud that his ancestors fought at Culloden against the bloody English / German king. Some times later his grandma visited him. They went on a tour to Scotland. He came back. Shocked. She told him on the field that he remembered the great grandpa story only half. The ancestor fought at Culloden, but for that ...... king.
Invisible officer wrote:And PA. Highland civilization? All these exile Scots that see the castles and paintings of well clad (and fed) nobles and dream of the glorious past. Forgetting that their expelled ancestors had been tennants and sub temmants living in turf huts. Give them two weeks of that great life in winter and they sell Scotland for a water closet.
Invisible officer wrote:Did I wrote one word that the pleated kilt was worn there? My Kilt labels are proof that the British army call them Kilts today . Not plaids. I claim nothing else. And they are proudly worn by modern Highland soldiers.
Most of them know better than to dream of the living of a sub tennant in a primitive feudal system.
Cubster wrote:With this in mind then, how about some more armed civilians? Ideal for the VBCW type stuff as well as any number of Marquis types. A guy on a bike with a shotgun would translate to any number of 20th 'small war' century things.
Paul @ Warlord Games wrote:*cough*
Can we please try to keep this thread for miniatures suggestions?
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