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I’m retired but no longer have a place to paint. Sucks getting old.
Beautiful work, wish I could do something like it.10/09/2023 at 17:19 in reply to: Somewhere in Hell, Kursk 8 July 1943 – Devon Wargames Group #190498
Thad it looks more like an explosion marker than a tree…
I ran the hell out of Twilight 2000 back in the day and had all the supplements adventures I even Nuked Warsaw. My late wife Margaret loved it she played an Army Doctor who outranked all the other players.
What a wonderful find. Thanks for sharing it with us.
Twistedlords con was great but the food was not. Sorry, Darby but I lost that burger on the way home.
Otherwise, the Pyrate game was epic in looks and participation.
I Googled it but got nothing useful. I do vaguely remember reading that the Russians would love the Lent-lease tanks and aircraft because they came with radios. But don’t quote me on it.
While I’m 69 I am in no way a grown-up, but I do want to follow this discussion.
Paper figures will work. What rules are you going to use?
I agree with your ratings for North American Natives.
Poco tapped his pipe out and replied Yes I need a master pilot but you are not what I was expecting. Your cabin is just up the hall to the left. Stow your gear and meet me in the control room in 30 minutes so we can warp out.01/07/2023 at 20:45 in reply to: French and Indian Raids with Rebels & Patriots – Devon Wargames Group #187937
What a wonderful write-up of your two games. Rebels and Patriots are my favorite skirmish rules for that era.
The door to Poco’s cabin pinged he triggered the door open and a tall redheaded woman swept in she said Kat Dancing Guild Pilot reporting for cough cough as she choked on the smoke from Poco’s pipe.
Darn the luck then, Irishserb.
Poco, relaxed in his cabin waiting for the Guild pilot to come aboard. Pilot Linc still missing bothered Poco, Linc was usually dependable he’d tied a bender twice before but had made it back to the ship before lift-off both times. Poco filled his pipe with long shag and puffed it alight. The air scrubber kicked itself up a notch. If he didn’t have to lift he would have liked to stay and find out what happen to Linc, but time was money and he had little of either.
It’s Poco, not Paco damn it!!
At TwistedLords Con in MidWest City ( a suburb of Oklahoma City) Oklahoma.
A cutlass ye say, arrrrrrrrrh matey.
I’ll hopefully be there Sat. note I will be in a wheelchair so please plan on that.
You kids with your colour 3-D printers…pashaw!!!!
Great work as always.
You did a great job on your outcroppings, I’d hit them with more dust, but that’s just me.31/05/2023 at 05:50 in reply to: Reading rules, and playing them correctly. Eventually. #186761
I understand, I had just got the hang of FOW V 1 when V2 came out then made the transition to V3 but when V4 came out I just stopped playing. Never mind DBZ barkerese!!!
I like the looks of the miniatures and Alex Bates and I are old friends.
That is a great how-to-doit video two thumbs up.21/05/2023 at 20:41 in reply to: [Argad AAR] Strange skirmishes in Louisiana c. 1812-1815 #186422
That is a very impressive game layout!!!!
Damn, those are cool-looking figures!!!
Love all the replies all,willz hopefully that wouldn’t happen.
So we can call it The Walking Dead website then.
It is the Jason Voorhees of websites.
They look good. It a tad small ( joke ).
If I were still able to game I would check them out. I had a ton of the Fuedal Casting WW1, 15s.
Original DBA, FOW V 3, Rampant Fam, Sword and the Flame.
I dream I’m at a shop and they have tons of miniatures or kits that I want but in the wrong size scale. I have other equally frustrating dreams…20/04/2023 at 22:55 in reply to: 3d model of AMX-13 DCA on a scale of 1:100. Progress. #185352
Love this work.18/04/2023 at 20:32 in reply to: 3d model of AMX-13 DCA on a scale of 1:100. Progress. #185283