15mm Umayyad Arabs in ADLG Action in Spain (with added real

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15mm Umayyad Arabs in ADLG Action in Spain (with added real

Postby madaxeman » Wed Nov 28, 2018 9:32 pm

The Umayyad Caliphate in a few short years managed to build a mighty empire stretching from Asia to the shores of the Atlantic ... but now they faced their greatest mission, The Conquest of Spain (reached via Bilbao airport, travelling in a small metal tin).

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Yes, after somewhat of a hiatus here are 5 match reports of yet another fairly randomly selected ADLG army fighting at a competition held in Northern Spain at Estella.

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In these 5 match reports the Umayyads take on the Armenians, Alexandrian Macedonians, Maurikian Byzantines, Arab Indians and finally the Medieval Polish, whilst Team Central London take on a variety of three course meal options, tapas plates, obscure Basque spirits and rather nice Rioja, all of which get featured heavily in the writeups.

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Finally, in a totally new departure, Siege Warfare comes to Madaxeman.com as the intrepid CLWC crack castle-wall-storming brigade meanders through the hinterland of Castile visiting an array of Moslem, Visigothic and Reconquista fortresses, all of which are photographed and presented for your delight and delectation.

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Be extra careful if you are squeamish about roast pork products, otherwise just be careful of the poor quality jokes and captions and the sub-standard gameplay (as usual) when reading the reports.

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Re: 15mm Umayyad Arabs in ADLG Action in Spain (with added r

Postby Rossco » Thu Nov 29, 2018 3:41 pm

I love reading your match reports! The castles are a real bonus this time. :)
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Re: 15mm Umayyad Arabs in ADLG Action in Spain (with added r

Postby Etranger2 » Fri Nov 30, 2018 1:25 am

great reading as always!
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