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PM Le Comte de Froufrou
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Early Irish
Le Comte de Froufrou
1st Mar 2017 02:46:49

Apologies if this has been dealt with before, but any suggestions for Scots Irish proxies? Thinking 5th Cent AD period.

PM Stenbock
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Early Irish
2nd Mar 2017 03:52:57

When I did the Saga in 6mm project (arguably later than your timescales) I used a lot of different codes to make the 12 basic factions we used.  Perhaps not spot on but starting here could give you some ideas. Here a link to part 2 that discusses the Scottish and Irish factions.  https://rollaone.com/2016/05/18/saga-in-6mm-part-2/

Good Luck!


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PM Le Comte de Froufrou
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Early Irish
Le Comte de Froufrou
5th Mar 2017 11:16:21

Thanks. Might be the way to go. I'll look at those ideas.



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