The French & Indian Wars, Muskets & Tomahawks, 15mm I found myself at a loose end it the Edinburgh club this week, but fortunately I was invited to take part in this little French & Indian Wars game, run by club grognard Jack Glanville. there were five players in all – Jack both umpired and
The American War of Independence, Black Powder, 28mm This past weekend I took part in a large American War of Independence game, held in Lundin Links in Fife. The game was designed to use Dave Imrie’s nice-looking terrain boards, and a scenario concocted by Bill Gilchrist. The result was a fictitious encounter we fought somewhere
The Seven Years War, Black Powder, 28mm This is another game with my bad old camera, hence the funny tinge to the photos. They all came out overwashed, and this is the best I could manage – sorry! Anyway, Lombardia and Nuestria are two fictitious countries, invented to get round the problem that I have
The Back of Beyond, Setting the East Ablaze, 28mm First off, let me apologise for the ropey photos. I left my good camera in Edinburgh, and these were taking with an old and temperamental one, which I’ve forgotten how to use. Anyway, the game was so much fun we’ll do another one soon, using these
The Age of Chivalry, Cross & Crescent, 28mm This was a strange day. I’d no intention of being in Orkney. I planned to go up at the weekend, but I checked the forecast and saw a major storm was brewing. So, I jumped in the car and headed north, one step ahead of the tempest.