Sharp Practice Second Edition Available From Too Fat Lardies

By Polar_Bear
In 19th Century
Apr 28th, 2016

Sometimes games just need to get themselves a little update. Old mechanics that worked at the time get to seem bulky or don’t adequately cover what you want them to. New units surpass old ones in value. Things just seem stale. It happens. Well, Too Fat Lardies felt it was time to update Sharp Practice, their historical game of 1700-1865 combat. So they updated it. And now it’s available.

The rules allow you to play large-sized skirmishes, containing about 40 to 50 figures per side. The rules include stats for units from the French-Indian Wars, the American War for Independence, the Peninsular War, the American Civil War, and the Indian Mutiny, with several more free lists coming in the next few weeks.

The updated rules contain a totally new command system that lets players be in charge of the big command decisions, while still being fast and easy to learn.

There’s various bundles in which you can buy the new rules. Some of them include various token sets that can be used during play.


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