|Defending the farm|
|Light cavalry scout a cottage|
|The commander broods manfully|
|Laying the guns|
|The heavies wait in reserve|
|Elite and regular infantry|
|Blue columns advance|
|The gods of war|
|Blue cavalry charge|
|The general poses|
|Blue army (I don't know where the bar came from)|
|The entire project|
I say Napoleonesque as the two sides are identical sculpts. I followed Aly Morrison’s lead and painted a Red force and a Blue force, with blue and red facings and flags respectively. I haven’t seen any White or Green forces, but they or others could easily be done. The figures have a lovely toy soldier aesthetic, which influenced my simple basing scheme.
When I got this secondhand, the red force had already been assembled. Painting crossbelts on the second row of troops is not fun...
But wait! There’s more! TravelBattle also includes a 10x20” game board with roads, hills, fields, woods, and buildings.
This entry includes the following 8mm figures:
If 6mm is 0.5 points each and 10mm is 1 point each, then I’m going to claim 0.75 points per figure, and 1.5 for the mounted and guns. That works out at 183, plus whatever the Terrainometer calculates.
Oh my God!!!!!! That's fanbloodytastic!!!!
Do I need to waffle on about this.......I think not!
Good plan for the points, it makes sense, so its 183 points for all the figures and I'll award you an extra 30 points for the terrain! Making a grand total of 213 points.