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HISTORICON 2003


Merely in the hobby/business for some 49 years, the Virtual Armchair General bestirred himself and attended HistoriCon for the first time. A little old, perhaps, to lose my "virginity," but a comparable experience in terms of the pain/gain equation.
Your erstwhile TVAG ran (his first) game of colleague Chris Ferree's pet project, the recently published The Kris And The Flame .

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SEE TKATF PRODUCTS
Bhoys Towne block

The new rules, figures, and city blocks for B'hoys! , the game/simulation of the historical Gangs of New York , debuted at HistoriCon and were awarded a coveted Battle Streamer.

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PRODUCTS

800 FE pic

He even got to take a vacation on the scenic Northwest Frontier of India, playing
Eight-Hundred Fighting Englishmen
with author and rules-publishing mogul Larry Brom.

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INVESTIGATE THE RULES (on Larry's Site)


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