Last Sunday saw the Rejects drive down to Sittingbourne for the Broadside Wargaming show. It was my turn to put on a game. After much deliberation (with myself) I chose to demo "The Battle of Killiecrankie"using Beneath the Lily Banners v3 The War of Three Kings.I painted up all the Scots a few years ago and recently finished off the last few Williamite regts.Postie was bitching that I didn't make bespoke terrain like he and Lee had for our last 2 Broadside game. I totally ignored him and used Posties normal gaming terrain that we use each week when we play. I've gotta admit to being very pleased with the results.Richard and Surj played the historical losers of the battle the Williamites.John and Dave played the Jacobites. With BigLee dipping in and out.I put in an optional rule of an initial bombardment. They threw a D6 and compared in to the chart 1=0 2,3=1 4,5=2 6=3. They threw a 3 giving them only 1 turn of artillery before the game started. They did manage to knock off 2 casualties on Locheils regt thoug
This week I came across this Wargames Illustrated You Tube review. For more information and to see the video please see the link below.Further reviews and information on how to order a copy of Wargame Terrain & Buildings The Napoleonic Wars can be found here.Tony
As per my last post, this weekend see's Posties Rejects travelling miles down the A2 to Milton Hundred;s Broadside 2019.We're their putting on a demo of The Battle of Killicrankie 1689.We can be found inside the red circle at G6.There's plenty of top Traders at the show, I'm looking forward to having a nose around myself.Hopefully you'll come along to the show and support Milton Hundred's great wargame show!If you wanna stop by G6 and see our game please do so, we won't bite.And you can't miss us all, we've spent out and got new club t-shirts, modeled byour Evil Umpire himself Postie.
With only 9 days to go until this years Salute, I thought I better post about the annualBloggers meet up.So if you have a Blog or read a blog come and meet up for a chat.12 o'clock at the Big Red Dot!So who's going?Here's a pic of some of the motley crew from last year.
After an early start, Sue and I arrived at The West Midlands Military Show around 8.45 and I proceeded to carry in all the bits for the display. Unlike last year when the snow had such an impact on the attendance, this year there were lots of customers waiting for the 10.00 entry.We had a great time at what I believe is one of the friendliest shows on the circuit and I was able to display both the new Pen & Sword book Wargames Terrain and Buildings The Napoleonic Wars which arrived with me yesterday and show off all of the models that feature in the book.For details of how you can order a copy at the introductory price of just £11.99 see this link. Please note that I am not selling this book via my Blog. If you want a copy please go to the Pen & Sword Web page.Sue took this photo of me with the very first copy.And here you can see Sue 'manning' the stand while I took time to browse the other exhibits and spend my pocket money.Here you can see the length of the table, showing models for sale, mode
Earlier today and just in time for The West Midlands Military Show Alumwell that takes place tomorrow, I have received my first copy of WARGAMES TERRAIN & BUILDINGS - The Napoleonic Wars written by me and published by Pen & Sword.It's been a while coming but I am very pleased with the new book (The Blue Book) which I have added to my three earlier self-published books.For details of how to order a copy (at the reduced introductory price of just £11.99) see this link.My plan is to have the book on display at the WMMS - Alumwell with all of the buildings that appear in the book so you can see the articles and the models.Tony
Just one week to go to this years West Midlands Military Show, Alumwell. I'll be there with a table of exhibits and hopefully we will not have any of the bad weather we experiences last year.For full details see this link.Tony
Last Sunday was the Rejects first wargame show of the year. Only three of us made itPostie and myself met BigLee at the show and a fun day was had y all!!!Every year me and Lee take a photo of the main hall from the balcony and this year was nodifferent. We'd just stuffed our faces with a bacon roll and a cup of tea, then waddled out to take the pics.We all had a great time at the show and bumped into the usual bloggers,Clint, Dave, Bob and Al.Society of Ancients - Battle of ZamaWadhurst Roleplayers Club - Dungeons & DragonsThe Bring and BuyFire When Ready - Star Wars LegionTonbridge Wargames Club - Boxer Rebellion 1900In the corridor a club (sorry guys, I can't remember the name) we're sellingtheir founders collection of figures and buildings, sadly he's suffering from dementia.I bought a few buildings for my NYW armies, well a few more than a few.Maidstone Wargames Club - Corsair v Mustang 1969Milton Hundred Wargames Club - Lion Rampant For God & King 1380 Me and Postie had a great chat wi
Part six of my photo essay of the IPMS Scale Model World from last month showing the models that don't easily fit into the earlier classifications and showing the diversity of modelling content that was on show.I hope you enjoy them.Tony
More images from this years IPMS Scale Model World show held in Telford earlier this year. This time some tracked and military vehicles.Tony
Another album of images taken at last months Scale Model World, Telford. This time wheeled vehicles from across the spectrum.Tony
Even more images of Scale Model World, Telford from earlier this month.Tony
Part two of my photo essay showing some of the many models I photographed while at Scale Model World, Telford earlier this month. This time the jets. I hope you like them.Tony
Yesterday, Sue and I had a great day out at the IPMS Scale Model World model show Telford. Here is my first photo report showing some of the many Sci Fi models on display.Tony
Scale Model World, Telford is now just one week away. My intention is to visit on the Sunday - I have always found the Sunday to be a little quieter and with Sunday being the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1 I think it will be special.Scale Model World (the main show of the International Plastic Modellers Society or IPMS) is reportedly the largest model show in the world. I tend to agree, plus it's a great day out.Full details can be found here.Tony