|War Games fantasy is not really my thing, but the gadgetry and|
large monstrous creatures do have a certain appeal.
While I was there I figured I'd take a few pictures of the sort of thing one might see at the club. fantasy in one form or another has always been strongly represented, and there were a couple of FoG (Fields of Glory) games as well.
|Basil's bat-dragon thing apparently choking on an equine bone...|
The picture doesn't do it justice: the thing had a considerable ...
cachet ... on the battlefield...
|...along with the wraith-like dude behind the massed infantry.|
Meanwhile, check out those dwarfish assault guns. They would
not look out of place in a Steam Punk sort of game.
|Over the years you see more often 'finished' armies and terrain|
pieces - great to see!
|One of the two FoG games. I didn't enquire into the actual armies,|
though they all looked Middle to Far Eastern to me.
|I have always figured that if you are going to have elephants,|
you should have lots of them. Brian Sowman's sub-continental
army taking on Brent's Chinese.
|Watching over Brian's army, this fine, pachydermous|
deity. Eat your heart out Cthulhu.
|After the action. I took this picture as an example of the sort|
layout I really like: well finished terrain (without going nuts about it)
and imaginatively laid out. Excellent!
A bit of a quiet day 'at the office', really, but what was there to see was worth a look.