28/11/2014 at 09:43 #13335Angel BarracksModerator28/11/2014 at 15:03 #13339Steve JohnsonParticipant
Will see you there Michael as it’s a good place to catch up with friends, see lots of toy soldiers etc and be tempted by far too many things!29/11/2014 at 20:01 #13377Marshal SinCereParticipant
Looking forward to it! Not sure what to expect but I’m sure I’ll meet some interesting people. See you tomorrow.29/11/2014 at 22:36 #13382Mick AParticipant
I’ll be there running a Dads Army participation game 🙂30/11/2014 at 15:47 #13390DMParticipant
For me Reveille has come and gone, and what a great few hours I had there. Its not the biggest show in the world but thats not why I go, its a great opportunity to meet my wargaming chums. And this year I spent so long chatting and catching up with friends, many of whom I haven’t seen for some time, that I hardly had any time for shopping just a splurge on the new YT-2400 for X Wing and some bits and bobs for my 20mm Burma Skirmish).
Looking forward to next year’s show already 🙂30/11/2014 at 16:43 #13392Steve JohnsonParticipant
Spent just under two hours there, having a gentle wander around and catching up with friends etc. Didn’t really get a good look at the demo games due to the nature of the layout, but they looked good this year. Treated myself to a steamtank/armoured car for my IHMN Brick Lane Commune Company from Ironclad Miniatures. Seeing their stuff in the flesh makes a big difference as they have a wonderful range of figures, especially for Victorian Sci-Fi. Could have bought more stuff but had my sensible hat on as I’m trying to dent my lead mountain before Xmas!30/11/2014 at 20:12 #13397DMParticipant
I just updated my blog with some pics and other stuff from the show 🙂30/11/2014 at 23:33 #13408Guy FarrishParticipant
I saw Steve and Michael at Reveille II today which was great and a lot of other people I seem to see very rarely these days. I should have a lot more time on my hands these days to get out and game but it doesn’t seem to work out like that. I had a friend along today who has just started getting back into wargaming and he really enjoyed the show too. That did mean that my meanderings were a little less structured than usual however and I missed playing John and Michael Curry’s ‘strange’ (their description not mine) medieval game. Everyone who did get a seat at the table looked as if they were enjoying it even if it seemed to last a little longer than some of John’s usual games at Bristol. I will have to sit down and work out what I meant to buy and forgot and then think about what I am going to do with the things I did buy although I didn’t want them when I set out. I need to make a list and stick to it.
Thanks everyone involved and good to see you all again.
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