Firstly let me say there were 2 games I got no photos of. Simply because they just did not appeal to me. One was a Trojan wars game using "Hordes of the things" rules and the other was peter Pigs Hammering Iron. The first because I do not like the over reliance of heroes in games and the second before fear of getting roped into a game.
|Prison Break- Los Banos the Philippines 1945|
Overall a good show and worth going to if it id not too far. Several Traders were missing and that does seem to be the way these days. Perhaps with fuel, hotel rooms and the like it is just not worth many traders attending small local shows. Which is understandable but still disappointing.
You will note there are no pictures of other bloggers or the bring and buy so if you are looking for such a thing best of luck elsewhere!
On a personal note I found the bring and buy disappointing, But I am sure for some others it was fantastic. Oh well better luck next time.
|Lots of Jungle scenery.|
|1879 Zulus... yeah that's right Roakes Drift |
Station, Participation Game.
|Friday Night Fire fight club.|
|North London Wargames Group|
|Not sure of the game name but modern Afghanistan skirmish|
|Gravesend Gamers guild|
|Still Warmachine and I still am not a fan!|
|Maidstone Wargames club.|
|Road to Homs. A fictional Battle in 1982 of Israel against Syria using 3 mm figures|
|Home made rules that did seem to work well|
|I don't know the details but did like the town.|
|Tonbridge Wargames club|
|SEEMs wargames club|
|Not sure but I think it was a big battle Saga game. At least it seemed to be!|
the "Anti Alchemists" were running a participation game about Rommel's First action in WW!
|Society of Ancients|
A Roman vs Carhaginians bash up
|The Germans attacking. Trying to kill the nuns |
who in an earlier game had managed to fight off the German Uhlans!
Three cheers for the nuns!
|Crawley wargames group|
A Participation game
|Called "Stretcher bearer" as one of the club had a grand father who did that in WW!|
battle of Malplaqut
Spelt wrong as I cannot rad my own writing.
|The game did look good, but not a period I know at all.|
|Southend wargames club.|