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)
June 19th 1944, Pacific theatre. The American invasion of Saipan triggers Admiral Toyoda’s counter-attack codenamed “A-Go”, which in turn resulted was the largest* naval battle of all time. In this series of articles I will show you how I recreated both fleets (plus aircraft and supporting vessels) in order to […]
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.