Saturday, 30 October 2010
At the end of November our local club will have another "longest night" event, and this time in Normandy 1944. Ahead of the incoming game, I thought of working some bocage scenery. I wanted it easy, cheap and effective so I started improvising with materials at hand in my garage. An the final result was (IMHO) more than very decent.
Here I show some photograhs
Saturday, 16 October 2010
Yesterday our local club held the second "longest night" event this year. This time our Lardies "gruppies" moved to the Dark Continent and played a I WW a game in Africa with "Mud and Blood". Unfortunately I did not participate (a family engament prevented me from playing) but I think the quality of the display is worth sharing the photos with you. I hope you like them. I will try to get detailes of the scenario and blog them in the near future.
Wednesday, 13 October 2010
Tuesday, 12 October 2010
Taking advantage of a national holiday in Spain, we met this morning in our local club to play Scenario Six of Stout Hearts, the excellent companion book to Richard Clarke's Mud & Blood First World War rules set. Recently one of our club's mates have joined our little group of I WW aficionados and I thought this scenario was a good way of getting him introduced to the system.