It's been about 15 years since I last when to Crisis in Antwerp and all I can say is that it is a lot bigger and better but still is a very friendly show. On to the games that caught my eye
Arriving on a cool morning
Our game, provide by the Alde Garde with participation by the Lance & Longbow society. It was the battle of Arcen 1511. a what-if encounter from the Guelders Wars
The Guelders forces
The Habsburg forces, on the extreme right a group of English mercenaries about to attack the fortified manor house of Huys
battle is joined
A nice idea from Peter of adding Doppelsöldner to the front of the pike bases.
After a hard days fighting the victory was awarded to the Guelders forces.
The rest of the show
Some nice 28mm terrain on sale
The assasin's island
lots of lovely details on the buildings and terrain
Nice middle-eastern terrain representing Benghazi
What a Tanker with Nick
and Chain of Command with Rich of Two Fat Lardies (it was nice to have a chat with them before the show got started)
Dunkirk , again 1940
great modelling by the Dortmund gang
Late WW1 Czechs v's Germans somewhere in Russia - the Battle of Bakhmach 1918
The old Pikeys - defense of Oosterbeek lots of good modelling this is the third version of the terrain they have produced over the years!
Those nice printed foamcore buildings
Black Powder 2 Napoleonic Austrians v's Bavarians including a pontoon bridge crossing
Anglo-Egyptian scrap unfortunately a bit blurry
Jon & Diane Sutherland - battle of Rugen island 1715 seems to be trying to maximise the number of figures on the table.
League of Augsburg - their new Ottomans
Links to some other blogs with pictures
Wargame Amateur (1) game report & (2) show report
Murphys Heroes (Delft)
Società di archeologia e cimeli
Trifles blog - 350 pictures!