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Oleon: Sign-up and Discussion, Era II

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On 10/30/2021 at 2:41 PM, Ross Fisher said:

Lieutenant a new, more appropriate outfit, and wanted to show it off

Don't you just love that new SW minifig?!?!?! So "pirate-y"!

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4 hours ago, blackdeathgr said:

Don't you just love that new SW minifig?

It's so good. Fits really nicely with the black robes the rest of my guys are rocking. 

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Citizens of Oleon: a small accounting matter. I have re-credited the Fatu Hiva account 200DB for upkeep for the small fort there and removed upkeep charge from the Sep-Oct account sheet. I have done the same for the large fort in Fatu Hiva from the Oleon account (credit of 800DB applied). When you have repaired the forts, just re-submit a license form and I will re-activate them and re-apply the upkeep charges. Until then they will continue to count towards settlement size, but will not be available to defend the settlement if required.

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Hello guys,

Here comes my application for chartering of a trade company based in Ile sous le Vent.

Company name: Compagnie des Nouvelles Terres

A trade ship: Amphitrite's Lily (or all traders I currently own)

From left to right, company headquarter, warehouse, housing facility and plantation.

ILgJC8.jpg

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Signing up as Lieutenant 'Gabby'

BoBS

A no nonsense, low-life who's sleeves can't keep up.

Intro MOC here:

 

Edited by Jeff of Clubs

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9 hours ago, Jeff of Clubs said:

Signing up as Lieutenant 'Gabby'

Welcome Jeff of Clubs. If you are looking for action, you are in the right place.:pir-huzzah1:

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The hair though... 

I'm not going to be able to look at anything else. What conditioner does he use? The Bishop doesn't have enough hair to worry, but Lieutenant Saint-Clare would definitely like to know.

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9 hours ago, Ross Fisher said:

The hair though... 

I'm not going to be able to look at anything else. What conditioner does he use?

Tangerines! Naturally.

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9 hours ago, Jeff of Clubs said:
18 hours ago, Ross Fisher said:

What conditioner does he use?

Tangerines

I'm going to need to see a build of this in action.

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Welcome, Jeff! Good to see another bluecoat - will be looking forward to following your story!

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Welcome! Love the intro and I'm excited to see your builds!

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On 1/4/2022 at 8:32 PM, Jeff of Clubs said:

I know. It's been over a year on here but I am absolutely loving this thread! Plus we are supposed to be preparing for a Lotus war at the moment? I hope you don't mind but I'm gonna stick some in here. Apologies if they step on other's lore. If so, please let me know and I'll edit the post accordingly. To Arms!

Sample of line infantry formations in the New Haven Sea, circa 621AE:

[SNIP]

Thanks for reading! I'm a big fan of Osprey publishing obviously.:pir-grin: Hoping to see more of all yours as the conflict heats up!

I didn't want to clutter the Encyclopedia thread with "off-topic" comments discussing presentation, which is why I've decided to comment here. The Osprey inspiration was instantly noticeable in the way you made the scenes and numbered the soldiers. I thought it was a nice way of presenting your troops and found it an interesting, well-written read throughout :thumbup:.

Gotta love those Osprey drawings.

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On 1/8/2022 at 2:22 AM, Khorne said:

I didn't want to clutter the Encyclopedia thread with "off-topic" comments discussing presentation, which is why I've decided to comment here. The Osprey inspiration was instantly noticeable in the way you made the scenes and numbered the soldiers. I thought it was a nice way of presenting your troops and found it an interesting, well-written read throughout :thumbup:.

Gotta love those Osprey drawings.

Thank you, Khorne! May you throne swell with skulls! Yeah, Peter Dennis' stuff are some of my favorite illustrations ever.

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