|Alyssa Faden's amazing Teutoburg games using modified DBE. Incidentally, she's also the convention director for the first year and did an outstanding job. Check out the cool "Wicker Man" she painted in the distance.|
|My first First St Albans game on Friday afternoon. The Yorkist got into the town and captured King Henry in both games - but not after being well bloodied.|
Down the pike to Pottersville. Presented by Victor Pecka. Volley & Bayonet published by Test of Battle Games. Union forces are moving down the pike towards Pottersville where they run into a Confederate blocking force.
Team Yankee presented by Colin Wilson. Team Yankee-Flames of War. Americans stopping a Russian attack. Lots of tanks and helicopters will be involved in the play of this game.
|Another shot of Alyssa's Teutoburg game which she ran in several periods and deservedly won Best of Show.|
|Bronze Age Heroes game using 40mm figures by my buddy David (I Live With Cats blog). Advanced. Rules used: Advanced Song of Blades and Heroes|
|Bruce Meyer of Company B's Java 1942 game using Combat! (which I've never heard of before).|
A Ratt and Some Mauses Presented by Greg Moore. Russians driving into Germany in 1945 encounter a very big surprise. All models 3D printed
Chrysler's Farm 1814 Presented by Ronald Oldham. British are Coming (modified)
Battle of Bagradas 253 BC – 10mm Miniatures Presented by Robert Knestrick. Command & Colors Ancients.
|A very nice Fornovo game using The Pikeman's Lament rules by Spencer of Portland Little Wars blog.|
|Another shot of the Hot Wheels game.|
|Some pics from the Tewkesbury games on Saturday. The Yorkist barely won in both games.|
"Who Runs Barter Beach" Presented by Neil Marker. Pulp Alley published by Phipps & Daughter. In a post-apocalyptic world, rumors of newly unearthed Old World technology draws many would-be seekers.
|Start of my very first game of What A Tanker!|
|I ran a T-34 with exceptionally good dice rolls - nearly taking out a Stug, which was actually finished off by the IS-2.|
|The Other Great War. Presented by Greg Moore. World War Tesla published by Fat Dragon Games. Alternate history WWI battle with fantastic war machines inspired by Nikola Tesla. All models 3d printed.|
Jackson's Night Attack 54mm presented by Nick Stern using The Men Who Would Be Kings.
Thar be pirates 'ere presented by Mark JoHahnson. Blood and Plunder rules.
|Lost in Lemuria Again using In Her Majesty's Name. Many are the stories of the Temples of Lemuria, the jungles the natives, the Monster Apes, the uncountable Treasure, the natives.|
"Vault of Terrors" Presented by Neil Marker. Pulp Alley published by Phipps & Daughter
Here are some Sunday morning games - I left soon after and there was also an afternoon period. The con has grown from no Sunday period, to a few tables for open gaming, to a few registered games and now two periods. This is very impressive and the afternoon traffic starts to get pretty heavy on Memorial Day Sunday - and we have folks traveling back home to British Columbia, Oregon and Eastern Washington (basically Idaho ways).
|Greg Moore's Tesla-inspired game again.|
|The Martian end of Sven's long table accommodating 10 players.|