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MidKentGamerUK wrote:
Trying to do tables is a nightmare, resorted to MS paint!)


It's actually very easy. When you are editing, just hilight the text in your table and use the 'Code' button. That will preserve your spacing exactly as you typed it. (Use spaces, not tabs.)
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Are cavalry guys divided equally into heavy and regular cavalry figures? I can't remember.
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chargetheguns wrote:
Are cavalry guys divided equally into heavy and regular cavalry figures? I can't remember.


The same figures are used for both. Their type is determined by the horse they ride: regular cavalry on brown horses, heavy cavalry on black horses.
 
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Alan, you of all people should have remembered that!
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MidKentGamerUK wrote:
Oops, I notice that the grey and dk blue cavalry seem to have disappeared off the edge of that table...


I wonder if it's the work of an Evil Monkey?
 
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Sphere wrote:
chargetheguns wrote:
Are cavalry guys divided equally into heavy and regular cavalry figures? I can't remember.


The same figures are used for both. Their type is determined by the horse they ride: regular cavalry on brown horses, heavy cavalry on black horses.


Actually they differ slightly, and they are also meant to ride different colored horses. The heavy cavalry have a helmet and a cuirass.
 
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SFRR wrote:
Sphere wrote:
chargetheguns wrote:
Are cavalry guys divided equally into heavy and regular cavalry figures? I can't remember.


The same figures are used for both. Their type is determined by the horse they ride: regular cavalry on brown horses, heavy cavalry on black horses.


Actually they differ slightly, and they are also meant to ride different colored horses. The heavy cavalry have a helmet and a cuirass.


SFRR is correct. There are three type of "riders" amongst the miniatures.

The generals wear a bi-corn (fore and aft) type hat. We always put them on white horses, which may have come with the expansion sets and not the original.

The light cavalry wears a shako-style hat (cylindrical).

And as SFRR notes, the heavy cavalry wears a helmet with plume and cuirass.

 
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Sheesh, peeps. I was asking about the number of heavy and normal cavalry figures, are they the same?

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No, on a single sprue, there are [7] regular cavalry, and [3] heavy cavalry. Hope that helps! Cheers! (SFRR)
 
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Sphere wrote:
MidKentGamerUK wrote:
Trying to do tables is a nightmare, resorted to MS paint!)


It's actually very easy. When you are editing, just hilight the text in your table and use the 'Code' button. That will preserve your spacing exactly as you typed it. (Use spaces, not tabs.)


Testing the column function
To see if it works as described.
 
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