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  • in reply to: 15mm Crescent Root Town Set #37636
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    We haven’t watched “Peppa Pig” since we moved to Canada…it was my eldest girl’s favorite show…and I admit I’ve always thought of you as the father…I mean his physique seems to fit you well don’t you think  😉

     

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: 15mm Crescent Root Town Set #37633
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    Okay, I’ve got over my bout of jealousy and…I admit it looks amazing!

    I mean amazing.

    I’ll now be able to read your fabulous AAR’s without laughing at the terrain (not sure I like this thought)

    Belated Happy Birthday Jack 🙂

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    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: 15mm Crescent Root Town Set #37632
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    Hmmm….not very nice is it.

    Looks silly and nasty and I don’t like it.

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: Border Skirmish #36973
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    IMO evidence that 20mm have the potential to be the most realistic and beautiful available. So impressive and inspiring. Thanks for evolving the hobby in such an amazing direction

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: Cuba Libre – Cronistria Fight #8 #36903
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    Get Panda out!!!!

    Hey I won’t be able to mock your hills anymore ;(

    Great looking game

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    in reply to: Operation Martlet Pt 1 #36490
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    Found one:

    http://www.pbegames.com/roller/

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: Operation Martlet Pt 1 #36489
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    Thanks guys!

    Rod you know the Brits/Scots! Don’t know their ass from their elbow 😉

    In fairness to the Brits they were very unlucky in the exact circumstance they were knocked out. Jerry was on his last legs when he received a fast shot of initiative.

    It’s the only really unpleasant aspect of the game.  When I either row massively well for one side or horrifically badly. I was videoing the rolls at one point 🙂 That brings me to a question I have. Is there a program that you can send the players that would record the first roll or could  be witnessed? or do these things always come down to trust?

    If it boils down to trust then I’m doing the rolling; and it’s not that I don’t trust them both. It’s that I really don’t trust them both 😉

    We’ll have to see how they fare 😉

     

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
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    in reply to: 6mm U.S. Armour #36441
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    WoW…. love the rust/weathering…and even the waves wake etc brilliant

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

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    Super stuff Shaun!

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    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: 6mm U.S. Armour #36408
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    Really nicely done. I’ve been interested in 6mm ww2 since ordering Panzer Korps recently.

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: So What's On the Table? #32856
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    Otto, that is simply incredible! I thought I had a lot on the go but it all fades in insignificance when compared; it all that seems beyond one human’s capacity 😉 I’m really not sure how common the use of oil is in our hobby but I’ll confess I’d never come across it before. Sounds very useful and durable I but I certainly won’t have the required patience but I admire anyone who does 🙂 Beyond impressive really

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: Team Whiskey – Fulda Gap Batrep 7 Part I #32365
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    Yes that was a SAGA game we played. Frostgrave is fantasy but I use a mix of minis to play, including my dark age gear

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: 30 ancient games in 30 days – games 7 to 12 #32273
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    Wow 30 in 30!!! You’re a star Shaun…an ancient one 😉

    Playing with your own rules too…impressive…

    I’d love to play ancients but I’m not even using my own stuff right now but I’d like to think in the future I might get the time..

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: Team Whiskey – Fulda Gap Batrep 7 Part I #32269
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    Hi Blue 🙂  Shaun I’ll take a gander at Ancients and see what you’re up to.

    “…hope all is well”

    Life is wonderful right now; truth is I love Autumn but I’m seriously busy at work, which in truth I really enjoy …I hate work at slow or medium pace 🙂

    Game wise, SAGA and (slight blush) Frostgrave! Fantasy Wizards, Barbarians, Knights, vicious ice toads! It’s actually a while ton of fun…I have 5 friends playing it tomorrow evening (Its Thankgivings here in Canadia) so I hope to take some photos (not that you military types are interested 🙂

    Very little time to do anything apart from that….

    Take care

     

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: Team Whiskey – Fulda Gap Batrep 7 Part I #32245
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    Firstly its good to get a chance to visit and actually read a report.

    Brilliant Jack. Seriously brilliant.

    What a fantastic report. I really think your ability to describe and expertly analyze even pre-battle sets your reports apart from the herd. Helps provide a certain attentive focus to the less strategically minded amongst your audience (I’m thinking of Rod, Blue and Shaun here of course )

    I especially enjoyed your description of the US armor forward advance and the tactical failures of the decision not to occupy the center. Have you ever been inclined towards replaying a battle after it becomes obvious that a tactical blunder has seriously cost you? I think it could be very interesting to compare results (alas, I’ve never had the opportunity to try this as I’ve found it impossible to make tactical errors  )

    It also struck me (they didn’t strike anything else) that we need to rechristen the fabulous “Hellfire”

    I was thinking something along the lines of the AGM-114 “Kittenkiss” or “Possumsnuggle”

    Anyhows….the game/terrain/minis themselves look great. Again I have to mention my appreciation of the dice shots…I love ’em and it helps to draw me into the random aspect of the battle (although we all know your “random dice rolls” are fixed and staged…we still appreciate your effort to elaborate the lie  )

    All the best my friend, keep up the great work

     

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: Team Whiskey – Fulda Gap Batrep 4 Part II #31563
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    BTW apologies for not getting back to you about the SAGA stuff…I really would like to chat yourself and Rod about this game but I’m ridiculously busy right now…I’m struggling to read your AAR’s and still find the time to make some smart ass crazy comments that might cause some controversy and embarrassment   😉

    Hopefully soon.

    Take care

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    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: Team Whiskey – Fulda Gap Batrep 4 Part II #31562
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    Great write up…and what a fight. Personally I really like the use of the dice shots. And always great to hear real enthusiasm in a preport; it’s very obvious you’re having a blast.

    BTW I think Roberts really deserves his V sign. I’d certainly give him the V-sign if I met him

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: Team Whiskey – Fulda Gap Batrep 4 Part I #31512
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    Ha ha…I read my post to my wife and niece this morning and I couldn’t contain my laughter…they were like, “John aren’t you embarrassed to post that?”

    But I take nothing back…I meant every word!

    And I didn’t go “overboard” at all Mr Jack. Just makin’ it real 🙂

    Thanks for your clarification about the TOW moving north; I really wasn’t sure if it was an intended strategy or imposed by the rules. Makes sense now…

    Can I please ask Rod to give some real input into these reports rather than loitering with complete lack of intent to make any real contribution to the amazing work that Mr Jack has made…and don’t get me started about his lipstick

     

     

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: Team Whiskey – Fulda Gap Batrep 4 Part I #31469
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    Bow wow!!! Bow, wow, wow, bow….

    Let’s get real here.

    Jack we have been friends in the past. And then enemies. Then back to friends. Then really bitter enemies. Then acquaintances. Then deadly enemies. After reading this I am forced to put aside all our many differences: You are a pretend solider. I am a mighty Celtic warrior with an extensive history playing soccer (not mixed…unless you include Scots)  You were born in the US of A. You live in Texas. I was born in Ireland. I do not live in Texas. Your lovely family has been forced (presumably against their will) to stay and live in Texas. I on the other hand have moved my family (against their will) to a part of Canada that has fewest Scots. All of these things considered it is obvious that I am your natural superior in every way and yet..

    After reading this AAR I have become your humble servant (not too humble) and friend.

    Being serious for a change:

    Jack, you are an amazing person that goes to massive length’s to educate and entertain. This is an amazing report. Amazing photos; I agree with Sparker and Blue: the forest are delicious but not deciduous. I can understand the pine trees on stands (they in the heart of the battle zone and may need to be moved?)

    Getting more serious:

    These reports are getting so damn good I feel my own efforts are a sham and a cartoonish representation of war. (and that’s exactly what they are) I genuinely feel educated and inspired as I read.

    Getting mad serious:

    You produce the best AAR’s I’ve read.

    Getting ridiculously serious:

    Please bring back the troll bridge and silly hills so I can mock you

    I actually have a question (if your still reading..)

    “I know, I’ll have the two TOWs sprint north (left), where they can set up to engage Soviets coming ’round the north (gap in trees at top center), or fire into the flank of Soviets pushing up the middle (gap in trees off camera to right).  A great plan potentially, but the TOWs sprinted and didn’t make it to cover.”

    So I see the plan but I’m slightly confused why you did what you did? This is I presume the random “friction” mechanism of the rules kicking in?

    Jack, you’re a seriously selfless individual that tirelessly gives to the community of wargamers . I’m really glad you do. In regards to creating a batrep I wish I had the knowledge and experience of war that you do. But everyday I thank God that there are individuals like you that meant that I never had to gain the knowledge and experience of war that you did.

    BTW the models are so well painted and look just great at this level of wargame…I’m getting that itch to start 6mm or 10mm microgaming but I don’t have the will to strart another project…next year 😉

    Thanks again for this brilliant report

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    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: Saga On The Shannon #31434
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    Just on the run right now Rod but get back to you here later and I’ll email you some book info

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    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: Saga On The Shannon #31391
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    Thanks Patrice!

    …not sure if youre referring to my AAR or my harsh treatment of Rod 😉

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: Saga On The Shannon #31390
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    Truth is Rod, one of my best buddies at work is from Glasgow…we have exchanges like this when we meet up (heès not as polite about it as you ;)) He wasn’t at the meetings on Friday so I needed my fix it seems…

    Have a nice Sunday Rod… 😉 and glad youre laughing…we need to be able to laugh at ourselves…especially if youre Scottish 🙂

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    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: Saga On The Shannon #31386
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    Scots have gone out and made the world in their own image

    Lucky world (photos of what the Scottish have done to northern England:

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    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: Saga On The Shannon #31384
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    Rod…please I don’t mind you drinking and ranting and raving like a…like a…well like a Scotsman, this seems tolerable  in our evening exchanges but this is Sunday morning so go easy on the whiskey OK….

    Now please stop insulting the entire world by pretending to rule it…your English Overlord’s won’t be happy with you!

    I googled famous Scottish people who have influenced the world and this is what came up (because google is the source of all truth)

    thttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4yeqSgNxiEo

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: Saga On The Shannon #31381
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    Shaun, thank you. I needed some reason and logic to confront Rod and his wild fantastical imaginings.

    The Scots ruling the world? They don’t even rule Scotland!

    And to be quite honest that’s the only reason Scotland (or Northern England as it’s really called) is still there. Don’t know how many times I found some poor Scottish bloke dressed as a school girl wandering the country side lost and afraid and wanting to get back home to England and his nice English Overlords. Poor Rod…he’s living in such denial his psychosis has reached titanic proportions:

    Scotland rules the world. (giggle)

    Everyone admires us. (….LoL)

    We wear skirts that double as dresses but they’re not skirts or dresses! Oh dear…it’s sad….

    We don’t eat sheep’s stomach’s! We just eat it’s lining! (Unless our English Overlord tells us otherwise…

    And this is how Scottish cuisine came to be: it consists basically of anything the English peasants refused to eat….yes that conveniently became Scottish cuisine… (ruling the world…giggle)

    Let me end Rod’s farcical claims with an image that shows the real face of Scottish global domination ….I’m not sure why the Simpson’s chose not to reflect the popular caricature of Scots as high rising bank executives or as the normal genius architect creating buildings of the future, no they chose a drunken school  janitor as the Scottish stereotype controversial if you believe Rod’s world view…hmmm Say Prof Rod, what do you do at that school exactly?

     

    No one wants you to feel like the ugly girl…I mean the Scot in this image. We all love you Rod…we just want you to stop living a lie and face the humiliating truth that you are in fact the lowest of all our species. Well apart from Oklahoma and Texas…don’t get me started on those poor bast$@#rds

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: Saga On The Shannon #31365
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     The Scots have gone forth and reshaped the world (for better or worse) as soldiers, traders, bankers, captains of industry, men of science, scholars and leaders of nations. We have conquered the world and made it our own. The Irish just live in it! 

    Rod…I have three pieces of advice. Go easy on the whiskey, no more trips to the Masons Hall. Quit taking your history lessons from the National Enquirer.

    Yes it seems the manufacture of mythology has passed from the Irish and now belongs in the hands of those pitiful Scots…Mine you tales of Giants and children being turned into swans are looking like very believable science compared to some of your modern mythology

    Rod your posts do make me smile and sick in almost equal measure 😉

     

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: So What's On the Table? #31363
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    Thanks Ok I’ve searched this out…is this the one?

    [beowulf23501144.jpg]

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    in reply to: Saga On The Shannon #31361
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    Yep…apparently they did 🙂 Well maybe the Irish build their houses out of crap but the Scottish build their stories out of it

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    in reply to: Saga On The Shannon #31357
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    “The Scottish do not wear skirts “

    Yeah, except for the men.

    “but kilts, a garment which not only wraps around the waist as a skirt would, but also wraps around the whole torso and goes over one shoulder – far more than a simple skirt”

    Oh wow I had no idea; how foolish I feel…thanks for going into such an elaborate description that clarifies that kilts are in fact not just skirts but are skirts that can also be worn as semi shoulderless dresses…wow I’m shocked…I’m shocked you actually wanted to air this info!!!

    if the Irish even bothered to wear clothes, but at every important Dark Age social event (battle) they kept turning up buck-naked

    The Irish were proud to show the wee Scots what real men look like ….there’s a lot of debate of whether this was what actually led the Scottish “men” to adopt the skirt/dress since they they resembled their women folk more than their Celtic neighbors

    As for the Irish building houses out of “sh#t” well is this from the same historical source as your post on Vikings founding Melbourne and riding kangaroos into battle?

    http://worldnewsdailyreport.com/australia-archaeologists-unearth-ruins-of-viking-trade-center/

     

     

     

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    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: The Jiradi Pass – Tammuz 1967 #31332
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    Sounds like the rules provide fast furious fun. Really enjoyable read with great models

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    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: Saga On The Shannon #31313
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    Greetings gentlemen (and Rod)

    Just got back from the most hellish meetings in Red Deer and Im exhausted. I’ll try to address Jack’s intelligent observations on Dark Age warfare and oppress Rod’s ignorant incomprehensions

    Just when I think Rod the Ridiculous stands too deeply in his own excrement to warrant any civil form of human response I remember that he’s just a simple Scottish  peasant with no meaning or purpose in life save cursing the ill fortune that denied him true Celtic royal blood coursing through his vains, yes real Irishblood)…instead the poor pathetic skirt wearing, sheep stomach eating savage will wander the earth feeling sorry for himself

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    in reply to: Saga On The Shannon #31247
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    Nil, I’ll instead speak on Scottish spirituality and their held importance of the chamber pot…Oh sorry I forgot they don’t have spirituality. Nor chamber pots

    (This poor attempt at humor was not intended to offend anyone who actually uses a chamber pot… unless they’re Scottish….or named Rod…)

    Put simply I’m trying my damndest to offend Rod and anyone silly enough to be Scottish.

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    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: Saga On The Shannon #31229
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    LoL Blue…before someone accuses you of asking a stupid question let me say that we should “judge a man by his questions rather than his answers” and you’ll need to take some consolation in this as you read on and because I had no intention of bringing this up you have no one to blame but yourself …here we go…I’ll take a deep breath 🙂

    So as most Christians are aware the tree was (and is) greatly used in Christian Iconography since medieval times and before, in fact they exist in many pre-Christian traditions. The tree is a traditional Judeo Christian symbolic representation of life and the source of life and this symbol is contained as early as the first book of the bible through the image of the tree of life in Genesis. Later St Peter in his first letter uses the image of a tree when making a reference to the cross of Christ’s redeeming sacrifice: “Who in his own self bore our sins in his body upon the tree”

    The observant will probably have noticed the Irish Warlord’s stand carries the Celtic Cross on his base (representing his own affiliation with Christ)

    As is pointed out here the Viking Warlord has a tree, well in fact it’s a dead tree, with no less than 3 dead heads resting upon its dead branches..this is alluding to the Vikings God or spiritual values being a type of antithesis of the Christian God, the Holy Trinity, One God head, three distinct Divine Persons

    The symbol I borrowed of this tree of death in contrast to the Christian tree of life (represented by the Celtic Cross) is then reinforced by a certain theory of Norse mythology…I’ll quote wikapedia if I can find something

    Ok let me quote Wiki: In Norse mythology Yggdrasil from Old Norse Yggdrasill is an immense tree that is central in Norse cosmology, in connection to which the nine worlds exist. Tree that holds all creation together…

    One theory suggests that Yggdrasill refers to the word “terror”  yet not in reference to the Odinic name, and so Yggdrasill would then mean “tree of terror, gallows”

    So the Viking’s Warlord’s base has a dead tree representing Yggdrasill meaning the tree of terror or gallows (hence the decapitated heads hanging from its boughs)

    So in a way the game was playing out what I regard as a spiritual battle that I believe actually took place in a way and still does. BTW I played Viking and Alex was the Irish and I’m still not entirely sure how I ended up defeated 🙂

    Ironically I played this game on the 15th of Sept which so happens to be the feast of the Exaltation of the Cross.

    Curiously just after my posting this (just 13 hours ago actually) on the Gripping Beast Website (where I buy my minis for Saga) they posted this tutorial on how to place a tree on your base …which could be viewed as an alternative answer I suppose. I’ve left a Link below if anyone cares to have a butchers 🙂

    SHVA13 Brian Boru, First High King of The Irish (1)

     

    http://www.grippingbeast.co.uk/SHVA13_Brian_Boru_First_High_King_of_The_Irish_1–product–5163.html

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: Team Whiskey – Fulda Gap Batrep 3 Part I #31223
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    What an amazing setup you have going on.  Just love those expansive shots of the battlefield. All that hard work is being rewarded. The scene looks brilliant (especially like the heavy forest) and what an impressive array of minis. Very inspiring. Are the buildings paper models?

    Really enjoyable, looking forward to seeing more

     

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: Saga On The Shannon #31222
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    Thanks Shaun 🙂 I really do like this game; the battle board offers a lot of opportunities to strategize and prepare a plan. Doesn’t require a great deal of minis so its a nice introduction to the era 🙂

     

     

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: So What's On the Table? #31217
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    When are you going to get off your butt and check out my foray into Cold War gaming?

    Are you off the isle of Cuba then? I’ll check it out right away.

    Most of the LotR’s I’ve been playing is Skirmish; it was nice to have something fun to play with the little ones and it has some nice features. I mainly wanted to use the minis for large battles (using the War of the Ring rules) and I’ve probably amassed enough to do this.  My passion right now is firmly set on Ancient Greece and Troy,  sorry that should read the Vikings in Britain and Ireland in the Dark Ages , well by Dark Ages I mean of course the Crusades. I’ve already ordered some more Dark Age and I’m about to order some Crusading Knights and some Saracens…I am a man without hope 🙂

    If you have never played Saga, I’d impress upon you to order it and route out those 15mm and have a blast…they’re so amazingly enjoyable…

    Good to hear from you

     

     

     

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    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: So What's On the Table? #31206
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    Rod you need to get some Scots painted up so we can hold a few challenging matches against my Irish. If you can’t find any Scots a few dozen Grendel’s should proxy well

    Blue I’m afraid that river has run; my kids wanted them for playing with their toys. Once they flashed those big round eyes I couldn’t give them away

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    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: So What's On the Table? #31182
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    Well Shaun, I took a look at your ancients again. (I do so occasionally when I’m on a miniatures downer.) I’m afraid I have that feeling again. That feeling one gets when one is about to launch one self into a mad frenzy of spending money that one does not have 😉

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: So What's On the Table? #31180
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    My simple answer to that is:

    Where can I get a 28mm Grendel!!!

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

    in reply to: So What's On the Table? #31122
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    Hi Shaun! Good to hear you’re still beavering away with a multitude of projects…any chance of seeing a Trojan Mark II 😉

     

     

    “The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
    For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

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