Monday, 10 October 2016

Selwg show 2016

As always this is my personal view and nothing other than that. So in no particular order.
South London Warlords
Dr Who Participation

Reading and newbury
Senlac ridge.
AKA Battle of Hastings

GLC Game club
Lion Rampant

Gravesend Gamers (Guild?)
x-Wing
(like you had not guessed!

Realtime Wargamers
Renaissance.

Society of Ancients
Battle of Ephesos




Sorry I do not Recall who this was
But a nice ACW Game
Possibly Loughton Strike Force

Simon Miller
To The Strongest
Raphia Game
All I know LOTS and Lots of Pikes!

As above, big game loads of figures

20mm Mexican Revelotion.
Shellhole Senics
(I Think)


Warlord Games Demo (I think)
28mm WW2
Bolt Action.

Tamsin tells me this is the other end of the GLC
board and I have no reason to doubt her.
 

Brain has fried
Can't remember
Peter pig Demo of the New
"Men of Company B" rules due out in 1-2 months

 

Pickets Charge
Essex Warriors
 


Maidstone Wargames club
2mm (yes 2mm) Arab Israeli wars

just a little bit too small for me.

Crwawly Wargames
Overlord
Shepway Wargames


Dulwich Gamers
15mm VBCW

For me the best Game.
Nice friendly players
and a theme/period I enjoy
And I have not seen VBCW in 15mm before.

The show main floor
about 12.20-1pm
(just in case you see yourself
and need an alibi!)
Look see, They will let anyone in!
Ray and Tamsin.
Both bloggers and both nice people.
 
Well that's it for today, More again tomorrow, Something painted no more show. If you have any corrections on games I have mislabled. Please leave a comment. Especially if it was your game as I am bound to have a few wrong it is just he way I am. But you wouldn't change me, you'd never get a refund!

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    1. Thank you Martin. A nice show for sure.

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  2. Love the look of the tables, my fave being the Dr Who set up, looks awesome!

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    1. Thank you Andy. Yes the Dr Who Game is good but Dr who (In My opinion) is about a NON combative hero who wins with wits. So I am always cautious of Dr Wargames as they tend to have players who shoot first and think last no matter what the rules say!

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  3. Some excellent looking games there and amongst the ones you've shown, I can't see a single 'dud'

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    1. Thank you Joe. All the games were good and in many different forms. No Unpaintd on the tables here!

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  4. Great looking show - thanks for all the pictures

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    1. Thank you Miles. One of the things, for me, is seeing all the games that are different from what I would think of. That is what makes a good show for me.

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  5. Lots of nice eye candy there, Clint. It seemed to be a good show.

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    1. It was a good show. Possible the best I have been to this year. But there were issues as well, some empty tables for example.

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  6. Fantastic and lovly looking show! what a war tables!

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    1. Thank you Michael. Indeed some very good looking games there.

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  7. I understand that Ray offered sexual favours to be allowed in - they told him "That's a threat, not an offer" ;)

    Amazingly, a halfway decent pic of me has appeared on the interwebs :)

    Nice set of pics of the games Clint - the one where you say "Sorry memory has gone" was a view from the other end of the GLC Gamers table.

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    1. Cheers Mate. I am glad you like the picture of you. And a big thanks for correcting me about the GLC game. I will alter the blog post now.
      Once again Thanks.

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  8. Looks like a great day out with some fun catchups with blogosphere notables!

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    1. Thank you Paul. There were several bloggers their and I was happy to be included. And while I do not consider myself as notable in any way at least they did not run and hide from me this time. But that makes me wonder if they did and if they were good at it how would I know! Ahh the joy of Paranoia!!

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  9. Excellent photos mate. Good to see you again.

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    1. Cheers Mate. Always good to see you. Hope you had as good a day as I had.

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  10. Ray is nice people, you've changed man!

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    1. Thank you Fran feel free to copy that picture of Ray for your own private shrine.

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  11. nice looking show, I bet you had a whale of a time.

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    1. Thank you Stephen. It was good, very good infact. Yep a whole lot of fun.

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  12. Looks like a cracking day out with some wonderful games - those pikes look stunning!

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    1. Thank you Michael. The "To the Strongest" game did look very good indeed. It was commented on in the day.

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  13. I,m pretty sure the first ACW game shown was Picketts charge in 15mm. The second set were 28mm don't know the action. Only remember becouse you know how I'm drawn to the blue and the grey

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    1. Thanks Tim. I will see what other blogs say. You may well be right. See you Sunday.

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  14. a grand day out Clint by the book - apart runing into Ray obviously... ;-)

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    1. Thanks Dave. Meeting young Raymond might have been the highlight of my day. (Yeah Ok maybe not the highlight!)

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  15. A great day out Clint, thanks for the pics!! And thanks for my figure too!!

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    1. Thanks Ray. A pleasure to give you a figure. I hope she serves you well. And yes it was a good day.

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  16. Hmm, I once played the Daleks in a Doctor Who game that looked very like that. If i remember correctly, a Cyberman blocked the exit from my starting room on turn 1 and I spent pretty much all of the game trying to exterminate it so that I could get out. Exterminate! EXTERMINATE!!

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    1. Thanks C6 that sounds like the kind of game I would have experienced.

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  17. Great looking games...I saw the 2 mm game a salute and quite liked the approach something different but as you say really quite small ! 😀

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    1. Thanks Matt. I know several of the Maistone guys and they usually put on a good game. They already working on the show game for 2018. But for me 2 mm figures are just too small. No objection other than that.

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  18. Fabulous looking games on display!

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    1. Thank you Simon, I totally agree.

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