12/10/2017 at 10:37 #73626
Back in the early 2000s I set up a website covering the Ztum-Setum campaign we were running at the at the South East Scotland Wargames Club using Peter Pig’s AK47 Republic rules for warlord level battles in post-war Africa.
It was a real “state of the art 1990s” website and it fell into disrepair when we ran out of steam with the campaign and I moved on and started using blog platforms to chronicle my wargames activities.
Inspired by a game of “classic” AK47 I played in a couple of weeks ago I’ve revamped the old Ztum-Setum website and put it back online at https://ak47ztumsetum.wordpress.com/
The main content on the site is articles about the factions involved and a Models Index with pictures of the models we used in the campaign. But there’s other useful stuff there including graphics that you can use to make casualty and pinned markers.
The old Ztum-Setum Online News section, game reports from the campaign, is not there yet, but I might get round to transferring it over eventually.
The inspiration doesn’t stop there, I’m rebasing and updating all my old forces. I’d forgotten just what a fun game AK47 is.
12/10/2017 at 12:19 #73634
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One of the factions in our campaign had these blokes fighting for them – naked religious nutters wearing nothing but skeleton warpaint and carrying AK47s.
The paint job was inspired by my memory of some old film (possibly black and white) in which the valiant heros (or hero singular) were assailed by hordes of natives dressed similarly, but carrying spears rather than AKs. I thought it was a Tarzan, King Solomons Mines or some sort of Lost World film , but having spent ages on Google I can’t establish which film I’m remembering (or mis-remembering). Can anyone here help?12/10/2017 at 13:08 #73639
1992 version of The Lost World possibly?12/10/2017 at 15:14 #73657
Lost World (1992 TV remake)
12/10/2017 at 15:35 #73660
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Cracking good stuff…I had to double take on those Peter Pig paint jobs…thought they might have been 25/28mm for a second the brush work is so good.
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