Despite attendance lowered by surprise birthday parties, COVID isolation (not, fortunately due to anyone at the club) and the common cold, we still managed to put on several fun games:
Mike umpired a teaching game of I Ain’t Been Shot Mum, Too Fat Lardies‘ WW2 company level rules – a small skirmish in which the Americans attempt to retake the small hamlet of Les Arbres from some determined German Volksgrenadiers.
Martin ran another game from his 18th Century Imagi-nations campaign using the King Of The Battlefield rules – lots of colourful uniforms, lace and steel (which our chairman seems to have failed to photograph -thanks to Andrew for saving his blushes…).
TT Combat‘s Carnevale – fantasy Venice using their excellent MDF scenery, which has been assembled and painted by various club members on our Wednesday night hobby session (see forum for details).
A Song of Ice and Fire – CMON’s tabletop Game of Thrones game.
Dan Mersey’s Lion Rampant – a prep game for our upcoming Wars of the Roses campaign.
Spirit Island – just to prove we do play board games as well.