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"Skirmish" - Individual Soldiers and Units
"Tactical" - Squads, Platoons and Companies
"Operational" - Battalions and Divisions
"Strategic" - Division and Army economic/diplomacy significant
"Grand Strategy" - State or Empire resources and strategy

Definition

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OverviewEdit

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RulesEdit

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SupplementsEdit

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Supplement One NameEdit

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VariantsEdit

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Variant One NameEdit

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GalleryEdit

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Please completely delete the below sections and this note when you have finished Categorising your entry

Category HelpEdit

Core CategoriesEdit

The freewargamesrules (FWGR) wiki relies on accurate categorisation so that users are able to find the wargames rules they are looking for. Currently the FWGR wiki uses the below categories to categorise a set of rules. A set of rules may belong to more than one category but must belong to at least one category. Please add the relevant categories using the categories field on the right if using the visual editor or if using source editor use square brackets around the Category:Example. Currently available categories are:

Ancients

Medieval

Renaissance

18th Century

Napoleonic

American Civil War

19th Century

Early 20th Century

WW1 - use only in addition to Early 20th Century

WW2

Modern

Science Fiction

Mech - use only in addition to Science Fiction or Pulp

Spaceship - use only in addition to Science Fiction

Fantasy

Misc

Air - Usually used in conjuction with other categories but can be on it's own

Naval - Usually used in conjuction with other categories but can be on it's own

Pulp - used in Addition to another category eg WW2 + Pulp

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Optional Scale CategoriesEdit

Some rules may have been designed to be used with a specific scale or scale of miniature, however some rules will be scale independent ie the scale of the miniatures is unimportant. For those were specific scale or scales has been specified in the rules please categorise them appropriatly. Some rules will have options for 2 or 3 different scales simply include all scale categories that are applicable, some scale categories have been banded together. Some categories include both a scale ration and an additional wargaming nomecleture of miniature height eg 1/76 shoudl be categorised as both 1/76 and 20mm

1/6000 - Normally Naval Only

1/4800 - Normally Naval Only

1/3000-1/2400 - Normally Naval Only

1/1800 - Normally Naval Only

1/1250-1/1200 - Normally Naval Only

1/900-1/400 - use with 2/5mm

2/5mm - use with 1/900-1/400

1/325-1/300 - use with 6mm

6mm - use with 1/325-1/300

1/161-1/100 - use with 10/15mm

10/15mm - use with 1/161-1/100

1/76 - use with 20mm

20mm - use with 1/76

1/72-1/61 - use with 25/30mm

25/30mm - use with 1/72-1/61

1/60+ - use with 31mm+

31mm+ - use with 1/60+

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