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Storm of Arrows
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Written by esteemed wargaming experts, including Richard Bodley Scott, former contributor to Wargames Research Group's DBM series.

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On "Rise of Rome "and "Storm of Arrows: ""[These are "Field of Glory's"] two companions, providing detailed army lists for their respective periods covering every conceivable opponent - and quite a few that I hadn't even heard of despite what I thought was extensive reading about both periods... Highly recommended..." -John Prigent, "Internet Modeler" (March 2008)
""Storm of Arrows" [covers] 26 western European armies of the period of roughly 1320 to 1500. All the usual suspects are included; 100 Years War English and French, Swiss, Burgundian, Low Countries, Spanish Reconquista and Granadine, and so on." -Richard Milner, "DAKKA DAKKA"
""Storm of Arrows" [covers] 26 western European armies of the period of roughly 1320 to 1500. All the usual suspects are included; 100 Years War English and French, Swiss, Burgundian, Low Countries, Spanish Reconquista and Granadine, and so on." -Richard Milner, "DAKKA DAKKA"
On "Rise of Rome "and "Storm of Arrows:
""[These are "Field of Glory's"] two companions, providing detailed army lists for their respective periods covering every conceivable opponent - and quite a few that I hadn't even heard of despite what I thought was extensive reading about both periods... Highly recommended..." -John Prigent, "Internet Modeler" (March 2008)
Both "offer fine companion volumes for players, providing clear specifics on regional battles and history. Hundreds of researched troop types are accompanied by maps, art and overviews perfect for military libraries and any specializing in wargaming." -"California Bookwatch "(April 2008)

Both offer fine companion volumes for players, providing clear specifics on regional battles and history. Hundreds of researched troop types are accompanied by maps, art and overviews perfect for military libraries and any specializing in wargaming. "California Bookwatch (April 2008)" Storm of Arrows [covers] 26 western European armies of the period of roughly 1320 to 1500. All the usual suspects are included; 100 Years War English and French, Swiss, Burgundian, Low Countries, Spanish Reconquista and Granadine, and so on. "Richard Milner, DAKKA DAKKA" [These are Field of Glory's] two companions, providing detailed army lists for their respective periods covering every conceivable opponent -- and quite a few that I hadn't even heard of despite what I thought was extensive reading about both periods... Highly recommended... "John Prigent, Internet Modeler (March 2008) on Rise of Rome and Storm of Arrows""


"Both offer fine companion volumes for players, providing clear specifics on regional battles and history. Hundreds of researched troop types are accompanied by maps, art and overviews perfect for military libraries and any specializing in wargaming." --California Bookwatch (April 2008)"Storm of Arrows [covers] 26 western European armies of the period of roughly 1320 to 1500. All the usual suspects are included; 100 Years War English and French, Swiss, Burgundian, Low Countries, Spanish Reconquista and Granadine, and so on." --Richard Milner, DAKKA DAKKA"[These are Field of Glory's] two companions, providing detailed army lists for their respective periods covering every conceivable opponent -- and quite a few that I hadn't even heard of despite what I thought was extensive reading about both periods... Highly recommended..." --John Prigent, Internet Modeler (March 2008) on Rise of Rome and Storm of Arrows

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