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British Grenadier

The Battle of Hobkirk’s Hill, 1781

The American War of Independence, British Grenadier, 28mm This small game was staged in Orkney, largely to christen some of my new AWI units, including the Volunteers of Ireland. Everyone needs a sacrificial Irish unit in their army… The real battle was fought outside Camden in April 1781.The American Rebels were trying to drive the

The Battle of Oriskany, 1777

The American War of Independence, British Grenadier, 28mm  We played this game mainly because we had a lot of Woodland Indians which rarely get used on the tabletop. This historic battle involved the ambush of a small American column, composed mainly of militia, supported by a few Indians and Scouts. The attacking force was made

The Battle of Hubbarton, 1777

The American War of Independence, British Grenadier, 28mm Well, Dave Imrie has been painting up more of his American War of Independence figures (that’s the “American Revolution” to you Colonials), and he wanted a game. Given the lead at our disposal we decided to try out the Hubbarton scenario in the latest British Grenadier Scenario

The Battle of Imrie’s Farm, 1776

American War of Independence, British Grenadier, 28mm This small game pitched Dave Imrie’s newly raised British (designed with the Saratoga campaign in mind) against my Americans, which was raised largely as the Guildford Courthouse army. Dave had the smaller army, so he stayed on the defensive. He deployed with his Hessians in the right, his