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We dive into the final days of Amien 1918 here at the tabletop. This makes a lot of sense for those delving into the world of WWI on the tabletop.

The trenchworks look awesome here and it's great to see the fire and smoke belching out of the miniatures too.

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mischief
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Cool to see some Great War on the table.

cassaralla
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Those trench pieces are superb.

maledrakh
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Great setup! Should there not be alot more mud though?

comoran
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Nice board

hargarpad
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They look great

bigdave
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sweet!

smithsco
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What rules are being used?

torros
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@smithsco

From what I can see from a quick search the game was put on by scarab miniatures and seems to be a ruleset in development

amachan
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Apparently WWI was very blurry, who knew?

rayzryr
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Great looking boards, trench boards… that actually have the trenches set into the board!

golonka
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Trench warfare is really cool on the tabletop.

shaunbag
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yup those trenches are awesome

ghostbear
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Those trenches look so good.

fanis
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Kudos to the lads who set all this up. Thumbs up guys and I hope you had a lovely day with lots of people admiring your effort.

laughingboy
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It looked fantastic in the flesh.

phoen31
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No one ever does WW1.. what gaming system was this?

zorg
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a brilliant looking table.

zamnil
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Great board!

falerox
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Great board, looks awesome with the trenches actually below ground level. I love the WW1 vehicles and tanks on the board, very inspiring!

rickyard
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Vehicles weren’t that hard on Great War, no?

toricova
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those trenches look awesome. the table looks great

turak
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Never tried a WW1 tabletop game. Will have to change that.

kantor72
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Brilliant table layout 😀 .

liammorren
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Very nice

fireblarney
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I’m really liking the trenches there as well.

jemmy
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Extremely good and convincing trenches and a nice set of miniatures on the board. However, the complete absence of mud and the existence of unhammered houses is not particularly typical for WW I.
I´m really looking forward to @oriskany ´s historical report and information on WW I in 1918, the last German push forward and then the relentless advance of the allies. That´ll be something, and I´m absolutely sure he´ll come up with some rulesets so bright and brilliant it´ll make you wear sunglasses.
Btw, Great War Miniatures have good WW I minis for 28mm, alas, there are no French with adrian helmets, if I remember correctly.

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