Saturday, March 6, 2010

Let's Go Colonial ....

This is a colonial wargaming offshoot of The Kingdom of Wittenberg. The colonial interests of the Kingdom are governed by the profiteering desires of their merchants; who have shares in sugar in the Carribean and the East India Compnay.

The blog will cover the colonial adventures of emigres from Wittenberg in two strands:

1. West Indies - Actions against pirates and the Gallians (french).
2. East Indies - primarilry in India, an 'imagi-nations' take on the Carnatic Wars; involving troops recruited from Wittenberg.

Well thats all for now, things are very much in the planning stage and I will add more posts here as things develop (it may take some time !!).

10 comments:

  1. All the best with this fascinating departure...

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  2. May I add the Duchy of Tradgardland has an outpost in this part of the world...

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  3. Looking forward to seeing this unfold!
    I'm leaning more and more into doing something similar myself.

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  4. An interesting project indeed. I look forward to your posts . . . particularly those from India.


    -- Jeff

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  5. Very promising and exciting.

    And yes, Tradgarland owns at least the Nicobar Islands. An opportunity for a future 'battle by proxy', maybe?

    As figure suppliers, what about Bear's Den? The 'India' range of the late (and lamented) London War Room was quite exhaustive: is it any hope it will be ressurected by another manufacturer -Brigade Games took up the Parroom Station and, I believe, the H&M Spanish ones?

    Looking eagerly forward for oncoming developments,
    cheers,
    Jean-Louis

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  6. Jean-Louis,

    Actually the Dayton Painting Consortium (RSM-95) has bought the old London Warroom Spanish line and they are listed on their web site.

    Jim

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  7. I really hope this doesn't interfere with Frankszonia's spice merchants!
    LOL
    A

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  8. What a splendid idea! Y'know, with this rush to the Orient, Hetzenberg may well look to the East too.

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  9. Methinks that Hesse Seewald might want to lay claim to a port in India very soon.

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