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Posted by Ochoin on 24 Nov 2017, 12:18

You wargamers will acknowledge the image of a table, filled with figures & terrain, & surrounded by wargamers with rule books & QRS in hand.

I have put PDFs of 3 of the rule sets I use onto my IPAD: General D'armee (Napoleonics), Field of Glory (Ancients), The Men Who Would Be Kings (Colonial).

I'm hoping this will be more efficient & take less space than conventional methods.

Your view?

donald
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Ochoin  Scotland
 
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 24 Nov 2017, 13:57

Ochoin wrote:You wargamers will acknowledge the image of a table, filled with figures & terrain, & surrounded by wargamers with rule books & QRS in hand.

I have put PDFs of 3 of the rule sets I use onto my IPAD: General D'armee (Napoleonics), Field of Glory (Ancients), The Men Who Would Be Kings (Colonial).

I'm hoping this will be more efficient & take less space than conventional methods.

Your view?

donald


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Posted by Mr. Andrea on 24 Nov 2017, 14:31

I do the same and - when available - I buy e-version of rules. Sure one can spare space and weight, and have all rulesets in one place; yet I am not sure consultation is as fast as on paper. If you can bookmark, that may help.
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