Wargaming and associated stuff
More great photos. Your terrain is superb and with the added special effects (pyrotechnics) it all looks incredibly convincing like there's something really going on here. Love the mortar team; is that true about the broken toes? Interesting point. Thanks for another enjoyable post!Best regards
Thanks. I just take pics as we play. We like the 'pyrotechnics' because they're obviously game markers firstly and effects secondly. Because it takes us a long time to play games, with various folk coming and going each week, it helps to see what is happening and where we're up to.A mate of mine had all his toes broken from just that cause standing on the baseplate of an 81mm mortar when they drop the weapon for emergency or quick fire purposes on soft terrain. It's surprisingly common.
I like the pyrotechnics too! I thoroughly enjoy all your posts, and your sense of humour. Your games always look to be a lot of fun to play.For what it's worth, I've nominated your blog for the "Leibster" award. You can check out my Serrez les Rangs! blog for details.http://serreslesrangs.blogspot.jp/2012/12/of-books-battles-and-bling.htmlThanks, and I look forward to more!
Hi Simon, I've nominated you for a good blog award thingie because your photos are so good:http://caliban-somewhen.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/liebster-blog-award.htmlHope all is well in sunny Ayrshire.Paul
Well, I don't know what to say. Thanks Robert and Paul, you're too kind. I will certainly check it out. I'll have to start an acceptance speech straight away!