Monday, 13 July 2009

Conscription Begins

The years of respite since 1709 seem to have erased the memories of war.

1 January 1735
Mobilisation begins at the Castle Vallejo.

Within it's ancient walls troops recalled to their colours are rewarded with splendid uniforms.


  1. Welcome to our "little" community. Reich Duke Wilhelm would be most pleased to invest Countess Wilhelmina into the Ancient and Honorable Order of the Tankard, our award for other Heads of State and royality. If the Countess is so disposed our roving Ambassador could schedule a visit.

  2. A warm welcome to our League of Lace Wars Imagi-Nations!

    Louys de Monte-Cristo

  3. Welcome! I like your back story.

  4. Welcome and I hope you have an inspiring time in E VE . I look forward to seeing your armies develop and tale continue.
    best wishes

  5. Glad to see someone else using the Revell Austrians. They are decent figures, but I wish the plastic was a bit harder. Anyway, when you eventually reach the point where you want to strt adding metal figures, MiniFigs are a good choice. They are chunkier, but similar in height as are the old Garrison figures. RSM figures are rather taller, but if they are kept in their own units, the difference is not too readily apparent when everything is deployed on the table. I think Zvezda has a newly released set of plastic 1/72 Prussian grenadiers, which are supposed to be really nice, so you might want to look for those. They would be a good match for your Revell Austrians.

    Best Regards,

    Stokes Schwartz