DBMM Army List Book 2. «on: April 14, , PM». Can someone post a link to the Army List book 2 please as I’m having difficulty finding it. Thanks. DBMM ARMY LISTS BOOK 2 – THE CLASSICAL PERIOD, BC TO AD COMPILED AND EDITED BY PHIL BARKER These lists are intended for use with . DBMM Army Lists: BC to AD Bk. 2 [Phil Barker] on *FREE* Author interviews, book reviews, editors picks, and more. Read it now.
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Most of the changes have added excellent nuances to the armies.
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I’ll be highly disappointed if the Scots Common pike aren’t classified as regular after Your opponent believes you are flank marching and re-deploys a command to face the on-coming flank march. A must for competition games, DBMM Army Lists Book 1 also provides an invaluable general reference source for the troop types and organisation of armies of the period.
The HYW English lost the Bw s in the main list it got moved to a before of after 13 something and some other minor Bw s numbers changed from to per Kn something or the other way around, apart from some Bw s numbers etc. The written paragraph looks the same but didn’t look through it closely. It allows both a “set up and smash troops together” type of game, and one with sneakiness and skullduggery for example you deploy with two commands on the table.
Phil’s purple book did have some army list and it was published in WRG’s red book was also published inboth in April, I wonder what the back-story was here. Pk o after Also remind me again who asked the convention staff to return the tables you were going boom use for your MM games at Lancaster and told bookk who had them please?
That’s highly disappointing and I probably won’t be buying the new book then, greatly appreciated for checking Aynsley. They had quite a nice bopk, with four unit availibity categories: Look forward though to seeing the latest effort. I also play DBA. Don’t get me wrong, DBMM is not a “simple” set of rules at all. Accompanying each list are historical notes providing in depth commentary on the troops involved along with information on naval units, terrain nook climate.
Book three errors and boook, I also find it interesting that Duncan himself says some of the changes seem dubious. From what I’ve seen so far I don’t think it’s worth buying the new lists if you have the old ones.
The cover says for use with the rules BC to A. I’m in the same situation. How would you convert DBMM lists into a ‘real-world’ format, with armour, morale and weaponry? Not sure why it took so long in that is the case.
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But I do find it interesting that some MM players are talking about ignoring one of Barkers new troop types, namely the bow X in front with Bw I behind that.
It features several rule refinements and now covers the period BC to AD. People, here are a list of a ‘ few’ more errors in book one so far link I’m not opposed to MM Drusilla unless you can show me where I’ve done so in this thread, as I’ve said constantly in the past I don’t care who plays what it’s just the ‘well this is far superior to other ancient games as it flows much better as its so elegant compared to others’ comments from MM players. Accompanying each list are historical notes providing in-depth commentary on the troops involved along with information on naval units, terrain and climate.
The result of extensive research, this revised and updated edition of Book 3 spans the early medieval period from AD to AD and covers armies from Europe, Asia, the Americas, the Middle East, and Africa.
A must for competition games, DBMM Army Lists Book 2 also provides an invaluable general reference source for the troop types and organization of armies of the period.
I don’t think it’s worth it, Duncan head is compiling a list of changes, errors and problemsbook 4 should be soon, he has done the first 3. I’m going to be making up an errata list of changes from Duncan’s for my guys here to put in their old MM lists, as the errors and changes aren’t that different.
It’s the one with the puzzled Viking on the cover, and the DBA cover Roman on the inside front cover. Opinions expressed here are solely those of the posters, and have not been cleared with nor are they endorsed by The Miniatures Page. Even you have to admit the list books still contain errors from the first editions? I too would be highly interested to see the changes. LOL… Aynsley… Funny how folks have a different opinion of you than you have of yourself. But there was so much noise on the DBMM “playtest” list that it was hard to get heard.
As Drusilla says I’m sure some lists have become better with ‘excellent nuances’ which not one single person has praised on the yahoo MM list but when people on the MM list themselves start calling changes ‘dubious’, with new troop types that aren’t cover in the rules no one is sure of how to treat the new Bw X with Bw I behindbasic misprints with the Roman general Sulla in AD not BC is a bit obvious, I never said they had many errors just as Duncan head himself says as well that they had errors, then again it must be because I’m a heretic where you get the MM view of the world us good everyone else bad.
Each of the 80 army lists details troop types and numbers to allow the wargamer to recreate realistic armies that faithfully reflect the composition of their real-life prototypes. The book contained almost lists.
I have a copy. Keep up the good fight, may DBM never die! Each of the 85 army lists details troop types and numbers to allow the wargamer to recreate realistic armies that faithfully reflect the composition of their real-life prototypes. DBMM captures the full flavor of ancient and medieval warfare, the rules integrate fortifications, and naval support, terrain, and weather.
Dbm of the 84 army lists details troop types and numbers to allow the wargamer to recreate realistic armies that faithfully reflect the composition of their real-life prototypes. Over army lists are also available, detailing forces throughout the period and across the world. I’ll also say that I still hold the same opinion that I wrote in Bob’s link.
Not sure though that DBMM can withstand any more complexity did Phil also at last cut some fat out of other areas of the rules? Sorry – only verified dbm, can post on the forums. Maverick, I didn’t notice the Scott’s common army the pike are still the same as the first MM list ie, they still become Reg.
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Maverick I will take a quick look at the cbmm list later and let you know. The cost differential has changed so the regulars are more expensive now. Drusilla I have never made personal negative comments about anyone or what they playand that sir is unsporting of you.
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