A series of articles tracking the progress of a 28mm World War One project, using The ‘Great War” Rules by Warhammer Historical. There has been a bit of a surge in the popularity of World War One wargaming in the last couple of years, and some great rulesets and ranges […]
Photos from the Games weekend over at Tom's, early April 2012. Opened with a great WW1 game. The first trial of the hex-based game ‘No-Retreat’ (Review coming shortly). Weekend was rounded up with probably the most epicly insane game of Warhammer quest ever played. where our lvl 3 group was faced by a dark-elf sorcerer who transformed into a chimera, certain death for any group, but not us, down she went and all 4 survive to fight another day. Gallery also contains some photos of Tom's forge, and “Drucilla, destroyer of worlds” (The cat)
These are a few pictures from Howard Williamson's collection. Although we were visiting him on business, he took the time to talk us through his amazing collection of firearms spanning a variety of periods, including Napoleonic, Crimean, Anglo-Zulu War, American Civil War, The Great War, and The Second World War. Its not every day you get to handle a Martini-Henry Rifle from the Zulu Wars, or a Short Magazine Lee-Enfield. So A Big thanks to Howard for taking the time to talk us through each piece and the history behind it.
Photos from 'Military & Flying Machines', Damyns Hall Aerodrome, Upminster, 6th August 2011. Thanks to Bret for getting the photos to me. Great selection of WW2 ground vehicles, Aircraft, arms and equipment, along with a few more modern bits and pieces.
Pictures from uberzerg August 2010. Mostly Toms WW1 in 28mm Game. Got a good few games played that weekend, and found new uses for red laser spirit levels
Photos from games weekend October 2010 (back when we had a big enough house for this kind of thing), mostly photos of Toms "Great War" game
While I was sorting out the photos from the last games weekend, I stumbled over these. Some nice shots of Toms 28mm WW1 collection not specific to any game. These make a good showcase of Toms figures, as well as being good reference for anyone looking to buy figures for this period
Photos from the day trip to Belgium, 18th march 2011 .. Mostly WW1 reference material for our trench sections but a few nice shots from various sites and museums.