|With Elheim crew|
Friday, 26 August 2016
Sunday, 14 August 2016
Sunday, 7 August 2016
My kickstarter stuff from Andrew at AW arrived today so eagerly opened the package to find the lovlie goodies shown below, 2 canoes 1 with Rangers 1 with Indians for crew ,a mounted officer for the French and British and a French Regular battle pack for muskets and tomahawks .Really nice figures fit togerther with my Galloping Major stuff well which is a bonus ,the canoes come with loads of extras ,packs rifles etc .The battle pack contains Ix French Officer ,2 x Regular units each of 7 infantry and 1 NCO (these contain slight variations ) and six indian allies ,fantastic value.
|The mounted officers|
|The Ranger Canoe|
|The Indian Canoe|
|The M&T battle Pack|
|A close up of some of the Regulars|
|Comparison with a Galloping Major Ranger|
Thursday, 4 August 2016
Andrew at AW contacted me yesterday saying my stuff from his FIW kick-starter was omn the way and he mentioned his next product , I can testify there are no worries backing Andrew at all .For those interested in the Indian Mutiny take alook at the kick starter and the rest of his range
Wednesday, 3 August 2016
Had afantastic game of 7tv last night using the paranormal investigators supplement ,I did mean to do a full report with loads of pictures but got that wrapped up in the game I forgot ?. Johnplayed the ghostbusters with aman in black and 3 bystanders in support ,I played the spooky side with a fine array of things that went bump in the night . After taking a mighty beating and losing almost half of my cast I managed victory by retaining the Babalonion chest containing the ancient scrolls also known as a Maguffin ,great fun with lots of tension .The game recived lots of interest and nice comments as well .Rules and most of figures by crooked dice ,buildings mainly TT combat and mat by Urbanmatz.
|The deserted streets of downtown|
|theres something strange in the neighbourhood|
|who ya gonna call|
|they came they saw they got thier asses kicked|
Sunday, 31 July 2016
Visited the Battlefield at Naseby this weekend and it was very worthwhile ,recently added viewing platforms and information points made it most enjoyable and informative .We started at Fairfaxs viewpoint then called in at the obelisk the original monument to the battle.then through Naseby to the Cromwell Monument then onto Sulby Hedge and the possible KIngs Oak location ,this was a good walk from the road across farm fields but the farmer was very nice and pointed us in the quickest direction .Then we managed to get lost on our way to retreat viewpoint ,then we missed the ROC viewpoint and went straight to Prince Ruperts view .We doubled back to the ROC viewpoint before heading into Market Harborough to see Bloodymans ford .
|Cromwells Monument from SulbyEdge|
|The Royal Obcerser Corps post on the battlefield|
|one of the occupants of the ROC|