- 30/11/2014 at 20:52 #13401Mick AParticipant
Had a great day at Reveille in Bristol running a Dads Army skirmish using the Pulp Alley rules. There was lots of interest and plenty of volunteers to play as well 🙂 Warmington-on-Seas finest managed to win each game with only Pike being captured in one game (this could have been down to my compatriots playing the Germans in each game and not changing his tactics at all…).
There were three downed German aircrew which were the plot points at the start of each game but I made a small rule change, health became courage so if a character fails his final check rather than being taken out of the game he surrenders to the nearest opposition character giving that side an extra plot point.
The Gallant defenders of Britains shores.
The German U-boat crew.
The downed German aircrew.
The field of battle. There were three perilous terrain areas, the muddy field in front of the farm, the field full of cows and finally the old monastery ruins.
Walmington-on-Seas start the search for the downed airmen.
Captain Mainwaring convinces a pilot and his associate that surrendering would be the best option.
After a hail of fire coming his way a U boat crewman surrenders.
Corporal Jones escorts prisoners away.
Private Godfery escorts another prisoner.
‘Would you mind awfully going this way?’
Private Walker has a quick smoke while escorting a prisoner.
All the prisoners about to be put in Jonesy’s lorry.
03/12/2014 at 20:21 #13576Steve JohnsonParticipant
Didn’t have chance to say ‘Hello’, but the game looked lovely, with Jones’ van standing out, but I loved the rusty old tractor!21/12/2014 at 16:50 #14203CerdicParticipant
That is a great looking game! The photo with Jones and the prisoner should really be captioned “they don’t like it up ’em!”, though!
Who makes the Home Guard figures? Are they the ‘official’ Warlord ones?
The old tractor is brilliant, as well!22/12/2014 at 20:06 #14248Mick AParticipant
Thanks 🙂 the home guard figures are the Foundry ones.23/12/2014 at 09:11 #14278PatriceParticipant
I love the old tractor.
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