We played a game of The Men Who Would be Kings today, featuring a force of British infantry and imperial cavalry trying to run a gauntlet of Zulus. I had originally intended to run this game at Millennium Con, but had to cancel my trip, so we played it at Myth Adventures instead.
Pics and a game summary below. Short version: The British lost, badly!
Saturday, November 25, 2017
Sunday, October 22, 2017
We played our first proper game of Rommel on Saturday, using a North Africa scenario straight out of the rules. The game is fantastic---there are lots of important decisions for players to make and it rewards careful planning. We played with my new 3mm WWII stuff, by Oddzial Osmy. The little guys are cheap, a pleasure to paint, and really create that aerial photograph look I was hoping for. More pics after the bump.
Saturday, September 23, 2017
Monday, July 17, 2017
I ran a Dragon Rampant game with GW orcs against medieval humans defending a mountain pass. It was a hard fought game, with the humans repelling multiple orc attacks...until finally the orcs broke through. With a bit of fine tuning, you could get all the GW units into Dragon Rampant with little need for new rules and only a few stat tweaking. Here are some pictures. The figures are all from my uncle's collection.