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Started by Mike Whitaker, September 07, 2021, 10:14:34 pm

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We came, we saw, we hurled axes. No fingers lost! Thanks to all those who released their inner viking.

Mike Whitaker

Blog: http://troubleatthemill.blogspot.com/
Games (currently) Played: IABSM, Dux Britanniarum, Sails of Glory, Gaslands, What A Tanker!, SW: Armada
28mm: Parthians, Early Imperial Roman, British Tribes, Saxons, Norman/Christian Spanish, English Civil War Royalists; WW2 Wehrmacht, Red Devils, Home Guard; Judge Dredd Judges, Dreadball Void Sirens. GoT Night's Watch
15mm: WW2 US, British/Canadian and Heer infantry companies + support
54mm: HYW French and British
1/1000: Sails of Glory (lots)
WIP: 28mm WW2 British Commandos; 28mm War of the Roses, Peninsular British/French/Spanish; 28mm Coalition Wars SF; 15mm Fallschirmjaeger and US Paras, lots of 15mm WW2 vehicles. 1/2400 WW2 Naval

This sig is a GW- and Flames of War-free (except for the figures I own!) zone.

Andy Miller

ECW Parliamentarian armies. Judge Dredd (Judges/Cal 2k+pts, Ape gang), FoW (MidWar German armour 2k pts, MidWar Afrika Corps 2k pts, LateWar German 4k+pts), Bolt Action (German, US Infantry), OpSquad (Panzer Grenadiers, Falschirmjaeger, Brit Inf), Dux Brit (Saxons), WoW (a small airforce), Fantasy (High Elves, Brets), Dystopian (FSA), Uncharted seas (Iron Dwarves), Sails of glory, X-wing, Dreadball (Humans and Dwarves), Check your six. Star Wars Armada.

Andrew Riley

Thanks to Colin/Grahame and others who helped organise. First time I've seen all the group interpret all the rules in all the same (safe) way. Fascinating strength was trumped by deftly technique. Double hand, single hand, underhand, cross bi-hand - we did it all! Great to see the different styles, Viking beserk, lounge darts lunge, Ork Wah! The  balance of the Dane axes did seem a bit easier (except for the slightly loose headed one).
Top score disputed - it didn't matter. Good clean fun and no red cards!

For the techies
The weight, size, shape and shaft length made the single rotational needed a magical 12 feet, the length of the guarded alley. Another 12 feet would be needed to allow for a full second rotation and embedment rather than the dreaded handle bounce off. So 36ft for a triple rotation if you had the strength ... but then you would be in the car park.