A blog following my work to play Musket & Pike: This Accursed Civil War, using Baccus 6mm figures.
Thanks David for you visit at my blog. It seems that you have been working hard. Nice looking houses. I have to do some myself eventually. I have 2-3 houses that I've ordered from Baccus earlier.BTW: regarding music. When we game at my place I use to put on music that reflects the period we are simulating. So if it's SYW I run some 18th century classical music. If it's ACW or WWI I use contemporary military music for that period. Contemporary music really adds to the gaming experience and gives a nice atmosphere to the session.
Thanks Dagon, I´m glad you like my little houses. Actually, the work involved was very easy and fast. I´m still postponing doing the real job: start painting to be able to play 1st Newbury.I also enjoy contemporary music, and we do often play 17th century works. But I would still like some more "action" musicwise.
One solution is to use music from Computer Games. I find the music from the Total War series very satisfactory for an atmospheric addition. Nice mixes between intense action and softer parts and also some battlefield cheers/sounds mixed into some of the tracks. You should check it up.
That is a very good tip! I´ll check it out.Tonight I´m playing OCS Burma with some friends, the soundtrack for the BBC documentary Wild China is perfect. Recommended!
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