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 Posting Battle Reports, Some Simple Guide Lines
Posted: Mar 4 2005, 01:27 AM


Group: Members
Posts: 95
Member No.: 25
Joined: 23-September 04

Just a few simple guide lines I'd like everyone to follow when posting battle reports
  • Include your army list, a link to another thread is ok
  • Try to include your opponents list or at least what you can remember of it
  • Give a breif run down of what happened in the battle, high lights etc.
  • Post the over all result of the battle
  • List any special tactics that either you or your opponent used
  • Tell us what you learned from this battle

If all this information is included then your battle report is easy to follow and allows other to learn and thus benifit from your experiance.

Also extra points if pictures or diagrams are included and super points if the report is turned into a story aswell.

Happy Gaming


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