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15/06/2022 at 04:05 in reply to: Artillery and Crews for my Conquistador Brigantine Fleet #174627
I want to read all about it!!!!!
Good looking figures and a great read.
But what of the old woman???
You are welcome.
Very useful info, thanks yall.
I’ll look forward to seeing them.
Thank you, Shaun and Craig Farrow. Now that the weather is warm I’m working outside on my back porch getting the rafters for the roof up. I’ve only injured myself a little bit…
So ends the campaign, I just lost my focus and butterflied off to the next new thing.
You have to be more careful drilling holes. But I think you know that now.
Yes, 3-D printing is changing miniature gaming for good.
Woot, glad you found what you were looking for Dude!!!
I have the illustrated version.
Looks like great fun!!!
Wow, just wow!!!07/05/2022 at 02:16 in reply to: “Then David rested with his ancestors and was buried in the City of David.” #172523
You have outdone yourself that is amazing!!!
Woot you did a great Job, Dude!!
Hey Rod, nice of you to drop in. Yeah, Jack has the right idea but he needs a ton of infantry to go along with his tanks. Da Comrade !!!!
Got my 3rd Flush-deck 4 piper DD done working on number 4.
Yall are much more organized than Okieland is. I’ve got 2 buddies to game with.
Just finished my second scratch-built WW1/2 USN flush-deck Destroyer. I’m getting good at it.
Why not?30/04/2022 at 02:34 in reply to: State of the tabletop wargaming world at the moment? #172214
Ross Franks, I have two very silly Convention games I’ll let you have, if you are interested the first is Pearl Harbor for Kids of all ages. You get 8 USN Battleships and use chalk to make Ford island then the Japanese players fly 1/72 Vals, Kates, and Zeros and drop marbles for torpedoes erasers for bombs while the USN players use squirt guns as AA fire, red food coloring marks a hit on the planes which are painted white.
The second one is In Ukraine Tractor Gets You!! I’m using a diecast tractor and 1/100 15mm Team Yankee T-80s and the Ukrainian players are farmers looting abandoned Russian tanks or are they????
I think kids will enjoy them but then I am old and crazy…30/04/2022 at 00:45 in reply to: State of the tabletop wargaming world at the moment? #172212
I went ahead and filled it out, but right now I’m building 1/700 USN and INJ fleets for early WW2 Pacific actions with GQ 3.3 and its companion Soloman’s campaign.
Right now I’m buying 1/700 scale WW2 USN and INJ navies for early WW2 in the Pacific. No other armies planned at this time.
Any new AAR’s Jack???
Wow, it seems like it was yesterday when I joined up. Thanks, Dude.
I do not but have a dye cast tractor that should work.
Most just have clipper bows and the lattice towers so I’m making the bows out of green stuff and just solid towers from the trees cause close enough is good enough for gaming.26/04/2022 at 06:07 in reply to: Many Rivers to Cross CoC campaign Holland 1940 (updated 19 07 22) #171998
Great looking table and figures.
By the way, I will be running this game at Twisted-Lords Historical Gaming Convention this July 22-24th at the Sheraton Hotel/Reed Convention Center in Midwest City Oklahoma It’s cheap to get in and we will have dealers including Warlords.
They look great, thanks for sharing them with us.
An informative read, thank you.
Dwarfs and gold go together…classic line.
Looks good, thanks.
I’m having fun converting the Arazona models into the other Battleships like Oklahoma/Nevada West Virginia Califonia and really converting a Utah as an AA training ship. Green Stuff is involved.
I did say Kids of All Ages….ya know ya want to… All the cool kids are doing it…