Viva la Mexican Revolution

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CarlL
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Viva la Mexican Revolution

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Just seen this promo email from Manny Granillo at Hoplite Research Games: from where image and information below is taken. (Well worth a read in itself as there are lots of lovely eye candy both historical and tabletop images and not just one I have borrowed.)
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to quote:
"JUST RELEASED! EAGLE'S PREY: VILLA RIDES! Join the VILLARIDES@groups.io
Manny Granillo parmenio@msn.com
Eagle's Prey: Villa Rides! Revolution and Gold 1910-1923 is a complete and comprehensive rules system for the Age of Villa and the Mexican Revolution! Designed to fight the larger scale battles and engagements of the Mexican Revolution, Villa Rides allows players to refight the struggle for power and control of Northern Mexico!
Allows for a 20,000 man game to be completed in three to four hours.
Can be used with any scale and no rebasing needed.
Covers the various factions and forces list.
Features HRG's terrain generation system.
Follows historical organization and unit capabilities.
Includes a scenario generator and player-aid tools.
Rated leaders for brigade and division command.
Command at the brigade level, with smallest unit a battalion.
Includes United States and various native tribes.
Features artillery, aircraft, armored cars, and trains!
Comes with a great overview of the period with descriptions of all the various factions, motivations and people that bring the period to life! Uniforms, tactics and how they blend into the system are covered.
Whether you enjoy pouncing on unsuspecting rivals as Pancho Villa or Obregon, or chasing fugitives to bring them to justice as Pershing or Patton, this is the game for you!
Nothing is off the table to secure victory!
Available now from the company store at panzerkorps.com.
Eagle's Prey: Villa Rides! 104 pages, color. Also available from On Military Matters on the East Coast.
In the U.K., Caliver Books carries the book, and see Worean for our products in Central Europe."
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Re: Viva la Mexican Revolution

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Looks interesting Carl..
Any thing bigger than 6 is TOO BIG
Richard B.
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Re: Viva la Mexican Revolution

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I had the same email this morning, Manny allowed us to use some of his stuff in The Journal during my time as editor - he`s a nice gut, the Yahoogroup is quite active and has FREE stuff to download (for the WW2).
"“Sir with the compliments of my officer, your shooting was excellent – you killed four of our men”!
Un-named Traillieur to an artillery officer at R`Fakah, Morocco, Feb. 29th, 1908
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