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Hi guys, my gaming group recently decided to take our addiction to this amazing hobby to the next level. We set up a blog and began posting our battle reports with details, jokes, story etc. We also have a lot of plans for the future, this thread however will be dedicated to updating people on the progress of our campaign.
This is our Border Princes campaign, check the links below, thanks for reading and if possible please leave a comment on what you thought!
Campaign Main Page: Compulsive Gamers Blog: WFB Campaigns
Blog Site: Compulsive Gamers Blog
Most Recent Battle: Compulsive Gamers Blog: Battle Report: Revenge is a dish best served cold blooded!
Looks good. I like it. Do you mind me asking what kind of rules you are using for your campaign, and also- what program are you using to create those awesome battle-reports?
Anyways, good stuff, consider me a frequent reader.
Thanks for the comment captain! We certainly have a lot of fun playing and creating the reports.
We are using the border princes campaign rules which can be found in a book called the generals compendium. It's fairly simple, as you gain more territories you gain more banners. Each banner can move 1 map section a turn, and if it ends up in the same square as an enemy banner they fight. THe loser retreats, or if masacred goes back to his capitol. If you lose enough territories that you can't support that many banners instead you lose the banner. Each banner is worth 2k points in our campaign, and then there are some special rules and specific rules on how you determine what happens in complex situations. These can arise because he player reveals his orders at the same time. I like this set and we decided to try it out because it was only around 3 or 4 pages of rules, and doesn't require a lot of upkeep to play.
For the reports I'm using a freeware program called Battle Chronicler, if you google it you should find it. Thanks again for reading.
Update: New battle report is up: A Slayer is born!
This report covers a blood soaked river bed, which becomes the site of a battle between the Lizard forces and the stubborn Dwarf forces. I hope you guys enjoy it!