So Let's for a change start with a loot shot. As the show is mostly a toy soldier show as opposed to a wargames show many of the traders are of little or no interest to me at this present time. Also there is a bigger show in a few weeks which I expect to spend more at I was on a plan to spend very little and indeed for less than £12
- Pot of Black Paint
- Pot of "Brown Rose" Paint
- Osprey Conquistadors
- Osprey Aztec Mixtec and Zapotec Armies
- 1 pack of MDF bases.(Very small round ones)
- Jodie the Belt fed girl.
So here are a few of the games that were there.
|A great looking Saga(esqe) game Very nice looking. But I did not get |
to see what was going on so much.
|Not really sure what this was. But at small |
local shows not every club can get things
painted in time.
|One of the Original Games clubs.|
An Interesting looking game.
|Not sure where the Mammoth came in the game|
but any game with a Mammoth is worth a second look!"
|Dave and Paul from Medway wargames Club|
put on a war of the worlds game.
|One of the original games clubs to get involved with the show.|
|Paul And Ian from "Krush the Kiaser" were playing out|
of period for a change.
|But No reason why Rural 20th Century France|
should not be used as both WW1 and WW2
Just Build the boards and play the game.
|Not sure whom these were (Maybe Ashford)|
And I think it was Bolt Action.
|The SELWG guys doing a bit of|
African Bush wars using "Force on Force" Rules.
|David and Larry from Hernebay/Whitstable Wargames club|
Again one of the original clubs to support the show
were doing some 1920's Cops and Robbers.
This game did inspire me and more about this game as well at another time!
That's it for today. Thanks for looking and I hope to see you all soon. I will try to post again tomorrow, either a new wargames focus idea or an AAR of our game. Not sure yet.
Take care, all the best Clint