We had 12 guys out last night with four games running. An excellent turn out on a snowy winter's night.
Elliott, Matt and Kevin played a game of WarMachine, I have no idea what this is about but the figures they had were fantastically painted and they seemed really into it.
Justin Chen, Dave and Russ played a game of Command Decision 4 (not your father's Command Decision!) using Justin's 15mm figures.
This looks like a good game and had not yet reach conclusion by the time I left. Nice to see some WW2 out on the table again!
Scott and Dave faced off in game 3 of their WAB campaign.
I believe Dave won, although Scott's ploy of pinning Dave's troops with bow-firing rabble and then charging home with his Norman knights looked like a hell of a good idea.
They also managed to get in a game of Basic Impetus with Scott's Macedonians facing down the might of Rome.
Bruce kindly brought out the second of four sets of Nap rules we're trying: Napoleon. I think the set was a loaner from Dave (thanks!). A pretty book but an ugly game! Chris and I played the Russians against Bruce's French command.
There were several difficult to grasp rules (better to face cannon in column than in line?) but Bruce did a good job of umpiring a bad set of rules. The picture above shows a Russian unit in disarray (lots of party hats!) which subsequently rally, destroyed one unit of heavy cavalry and then pushed back the other. At least it was dramatic.
Up next: 15mm Bedouin and some rebased 6mm AWI Brits.