The Marignano 1515 game that was part of the Lance and Longbow display, I was the Swiss.
The high point of the Swiss advance, I knew it couldn't last hence the camera shake, the French had woken up and the counter attack was looming
Other games that took my interest
Pegasus bridge in 28mm (I must admit is looks better in 20mm)
Another excellent Sicily game from the Barnsley lads (lots of good banter)
hastings in 10mm, quite impressive, but the Saxons got chopped to bits by the end of the game
Legendary Wargames had Bull Run using a version of the old Gilder rules
Plus some Sudan vignettes
3rd Afghan war (must get around to doing something similar)
Vimiero 1808 in 6mm, very impressive! and that's is just the terrain, it really gave a better feel of how it might have been on the ground!
Purchases - not a lot
- Hat 28mm Moorish infantry - since they are hard plastic and larger sized, I'm going to see how they turn out compared to other 28mm armies at the club, shouldn't be to difficult to paint.
- A Zvezda 75mm German Infantry Gun, really a lovely model for £2.75
- A cheap book on Zulu War battlefields - just to fire me up again and not by Ian Knight so maybe I'll get a different perspective.
- The Biblical/Classical Army Lists for Hail Caesar, to give me a start in creaing some alternate armies rather than starting from my 6th edition lists.
Managed to sell a bit of the stash, but not enough to make any impression!