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  • #33097
    Will McNally
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    A group of dedicated Rapid Fire players met up at Bristol Independent Gaming to refight the battle for the Red October factory.  The terrain and most figures used were Dougies.

    I’ve put my version of events up on my blog

    Some tasters

    overall a great days gaming

    #33104
    Norm S
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    I have just thrown all my wargame terrain the bin!

    Kidding – lovely, tons of effort in there, I have been staring into those boards for ages. thanks for sharing.

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    #33111
    Paul
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    Beautiful setup, looks like a lot of fun. It looks like a lot of the buildings are fixed to the boards, while others are loose. Am I correct? If so, how are the boards stored?

    Those are brave men knocking at our door. Let's go kill them!

    #33135
    Will McNally
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    Beautiful setup, looks like a lot of fun. It looks like a lot of the buildings are fixed to the boards, while others are loose. Am I correct? If so, how are the boards stored?

    With difficulty,  Dougie says that for future extensions he will create drop in buildings instead.  It was interesting seeing how they managed to fit in his care.

    Scale was 1/72

    #33297
    willz
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    A wonderful visual feast Will, thanks for posting.

    #33298
    paintpig
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    Well that was a visual feast that went down extremely well. Beautiful. And I love “my version of events” –

    And he’s sticking to it come hell or high water, didn’t spot Jude Law anywhere?

    Marvelous post ol’boy, top notch gaming.

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