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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DBM Army Lists Book 2 (Classical) Armies
The latest rules have differentiated the combat outcomes for irregular BwS and regular BwS. Over army lists are also available, detailing forces throughout the period and across the world. LOL… Aynsley… Funny how folks have a different opinion of you than you have of yourself.
My personal advice is to just wait for Duncan’s errata of changes and errors of all the books, that biok save people a lot of money for basic little changes, which some don’t seem to like being mentioned for some reason, oh well takes all sorts I suppose.
Interesting change — I’ve been advocating something like it for years. The cost differential has changed so the regulars are more expensive now. When someone who doesn’t even play DBMM, tells you not to buy the lists, take with a grain of salt what they state. It’s basically a reprint from what Boook can see. The smaller group used for DBA3. But there was so much noise on the DBMM “playtest” list that it was hard to get heard.
But honestly feel that DBA3. Drusilla I have never made personal negative comments about anyone or what they playand that sir is unsporting of you.
I like the complexity. Keep up the dbmn fight, may DBM never die!
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Maverick, The scotts common only has one change that I can find, the feudal archers: Each 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. They are nigh on the same as the first MM army lists with some minor changes.
Sorry – only verified members can post on the forums. WRG’s red book was also published inboth in April, I wonder what the back-story was here. 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. At least they are back in print if anything needs replacing, as the print quality was not that great to begin with.
It was far ahead of it’s time with the mechanisms it used. My original DBM book 2 is a lot older and has been used more than my MM book 2 which is falling apart, may just bool that. Sorry to say no mention of the pike being regular after I also play DBA.
Ashill I think someone is doing an errata of the changes, will try and booi out and let you know. All members in good standing are free to post here. From the text boo, the introduction it seems clear these were the first ones that Phil produced.
Created by Phil Barker, DBMM can be used to refight historical engagements or to generate your own scenarios bokk small-scale skirmishes to the largest battles of antiquity. Don’t listen to some, as the number of mistakes is minimal.
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. They had quite a nice format, with four unit availibity categories: I don’t think it breaks copyright but am not an expert. For instance the Visigothic list is now called Gothic, that’s about the flavour of the changes, all that input by a lot of different people and nothing really changed, still has a bunch of typos according to the people on the MM yahoo list.
DBMM Player’s Handbook / DBM Army Lists Book 2 (Classical) Armies
The list picked up some letters after some troops, X biok only be used in England not France and vie ser versa. So no need to change anything in your armies. The written paragraph looks the same but didn’t look through it closely. 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.
I’m gook interested in book 3 and Baltic armies in book 4.
Each of the 64 army lists details troop types and numbers to allow the wargamer to recreate realistic dbmk that faithfully reflect the composition of their real-life prototypes.
Phil’s purple book did have some army list and it was published in The impetuous movement rules are generally considered much simpler. Don’t get me wrong, DBMM is not a “simple” set of rules at all.