|Handsome... Dashing... What more can you say? ;o)|
The venue and thus the show is a relatively small affair but everything was well organised with plenty of friendly people to help out. The traders included a few bigger names (always good to see!) such as Warlord Games, Magister Militum and Colonel Bill.
Scarab Miniatures were there too (good to catch up with you Rob!) with a demo game of the excellent Zero Hour rules run by Alan and Nigel. Here the Germans have a lightly defended trench with plenty of Stormtroopers waiting off table ready to counter-attack.
The British (with some French help) begin to take the trenches!
More British move up to consolidate the gains made by the first wave
The game concluded with a solid win for the British as the Stormtroopers were smashed by overwhelming British artillery.
Sean from Little Ninja Painting was there too (Hi buddy!). Here's a couple of pics of his superb work!
This table caught my eye in a very nostalgic way... The history of wargaming project showed a game played with 'flats'. The game generated plenty of interest through the day.
All in all a lovely day out catching up with friends, chatting with gamers and generally relaxing at a very friendly local wargames show.