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A lovely looking game and glad you all enjoyed the rules.
Wonderful painting as always!
I’m amazed that they are 3mm as they ‘look’ bigger.
Great review as always Norm.
Thanks for this and it looks to be a brilliant resource.
Cracking looking game as always.
Wonderful model and painting!
The comment in the book offended the LGBQT+ community IIRC. The point being made was poorly worded and the response was less than ideal shall we say.
My gaming chum who is an ex Royal Marine major really enjoyed it and said it reflected well the tension and stress of combat missions. Like Mike, I’ll wait for it to come to Netflix et al.
Beautiful work Piers.
I paint to a good wargames standard to speed up getting the troops on the table. I will use my wooden blocks for a game rather than unpainted figures, for aesthetic reasons.
Very nice work!
A great idea Norm and loved the action with the figures. Nice that that one encounter can lead to 3 game options.
I’ll play say 4 – 6 games set in the 18thC, probably part of a campaign. When that comes to its natural conclusion, I’ll move onto something very different, so say WWII. For each period, I don’t mind playing the same theatre and sides, but change the scenarios etc to keep things fresh.
Just worked when in my profile, so that’s good.
It’ll be a right pain if it is permanent, as it’s the easiest way to check what’s going on in terms of recent posts etc.
Suddenly stopped working for me! I used to be able to hover over the forum ‘button’, to give me drop down options, but no longer appearing. I’m using Firefox if that helps?
Lovely looking battlegroup Mike.
I base my infantry on 50mm x 25mm bases, with 4-5 figures per base (I game BKC). Mortars and MGs I put on 25mm x 25mm bases. ATGS are either on 25mm x 25mm or 25mm x 50mm, depending upon size.
Very nice work!
Lovely work as always Piers!
They look good to me!
Superb painting and love them against the background.01/01/2020 at 07:07 in reply to: French Armor for the 80th Anniversary of the Battle of France: Hotchkiss tanks #128730
Really nice work and it will spur me on to finish up some Germans for France 1940.
Great Blog and some wonderful ‘photos in there, many of which I had missed first time around.
A wonderful read Norm, so thanks for putting in the time and effort on this!
My only option is a smal kitchen table to do some painting and modelling. Cutting bigger stuff up etc I use the garage or the workshop at work. If only I had a permanent space set aside for such stuff!18/12/2019 at 21:38 in reply to: It's here! Napoleon's Armee du Nord of 1815 in 6mm #128263
Great work! Very impressive to see them all line up.
Those are fantastic looking armies!
Pretty damned cool.
Wow, if that’s a store cum cafe, that’s pretty awesome!
Jigsaw gets my vote as our son has additional needs and has benefited from charities such as this in the past.
Blimey, that Arnhem game is incredible!!!
That’s a wonderful ‘photo and lovely painting and miniatures.
Lovely looking game as always.
Cracking game once again!
Now I don’t mind the ‘Old School’ look at all, as for me there is an elgant simplicity to it. Sometimes less is more.01/12/2019 at 13:45 in reply to: Battle of Cannae solo report 2'x2' table with own rules on blog #127438
Nice to read another AAR and I have just downloaded the rules too. I hope to have a read through in the next day or so and maybe even a simple game.30/11/2019 at 11:19 in reply to: Battle of the Vorskla River – Devon Wargames Group #127375
Lovely looking game.