|Ah, Spain! What a great place for a battle|
A lot of games have been with my friend Gavin who is definitely a "more is better" gamer hence the large number of figures, players and the 15ft x 6ft table we play on. And you will never see an unpainted figure on the table in our games. We enjoy the look of the game as much as the gameplay. Scenery is important too, lots of lovely buildings (Gav's again) used but most of the figures in these photos are mine!
The lads from Odin's Night club have been involved in a number of the big games, along with a variety of other "gentleman gamers".
|Experimenting with double size units|
|Look at that column!|
|Pumpkin helps with the painting|
|Brigade Lights in progress|
Gavin and I have been playing a fabulous Dawns and Departures campaign in the Peninsular, with superb (and hilarious) moderation by Man Cave Paul. Some of the Hornblower/Sharpesque "despatches" (orders) between our named leaders have been nearly as fun as playing the game. Next round of the campaign is about to start as the first phase played itself out.
We have made a slight tweak to the casualty recovery chart, sliding eveything one dice pip into a deadlier outcome. We just felt that not enough attrition of forces was happening.
I can't wait to get the next game underway.