Friday, May 22, 2015

Enfilade! 2nd Period

Just a few images of the many games going on during the second period - evening of Friday. I didn't sign up for any, as I'm just relaxing and socializing with folks I haven't seen since last year's con.
Battle of Ligny using Shako 2 rules - hosted by the White Rock Gamers and North Shore Gamers from British Columbia. There are over 4,000 28mm figures - all wonderfully painted.
Ligny - all the buildings are scratch-built. A lot of the White Rock guys are retired B.C. cops and great guys who know how to have a good time.
Ligny from the opposite side of the table. My buddy, Kimo, used to live up in B.C. and is still a member of the White Rock Gamers.
Wars Between the Huron and Iroquois Peoples. Hosted by convention guest Howard Whitehouse (aka Mexican Jack Squint on TMP). Rules are called Flint and Feather. A lot of the terrain is provided by local gamers, including NHMGS president Sven Lugar.
Kevin Smyth's Sack of Agen game using Lion Rampant. I was honored to play test this game several months ago. The Hundred Years War is a favorite period for Kevin as you can see.
Over the Top by Greg Moore using home-brewed rules. A very impressive trench table.

Bruce Meyer's Retreat from Moscow game using home-brewed rules. Another game I was privileged to play test a while back. Besides Bruce's figures, some are painted by Mike Garcia, another very talented painter.
Heroes of the Colosseum by Ed Teixeira - rules of the same name. Figures are 54mm, I believe.
Headshot Z by James McEwan
 Again, this is only a small sampling of all of the games going on during Friday evening.


  1. Fantastic photos Dean, the snow covered table is amazing...

    1. Glad you liked them, Phil. Yes, Bruce's game was not only aesthetically pleasing, but the mechanics were equally enjoyable. Best, Dean

  2. Looks like a great event - have fun!

  3. Good-looking assembly areas
    I like these houses and landscapes, trees and fields.
    winter landscape looks very nice
    Keep up the good work

  4. Since I could not attend, I really appreciate your game photos.
    Thank you!

  5. Those tables are something special - you've clearly got some great terrain builders working the North American convention circuit!

    Thanks for the pics, Dean, much appreciated!

  6. Thanks, Gents! It was indeed a gathering of great games. I'm happy to have been able to get some photos of the marvelous games going on. Best, Dean

  7. Another great pictures. Looks like it was very good show.