Lion Rampant

Last Thursday we decided to give Lion Rampant a try.  Since I have a number of figures from my Sharp Practice II variant, we decided to make use of them.  While Sharp Practice is intended for much later periods, Lion Rampant is intended for just prior, but a set of alterations and new unit types […]

The Return of Pumpkin Spice!

Yesterday was day two of new local Wargaming convention, Call To Arms, here in Williamsburg.  It being October, I thought it might be fun to play a Pulp Alley game in honor of Halloween. On the Pulp Alley YouTube page, I found the perfect idea.   Already a variation of their printed scenario Into Darkness from […]

What a Tanker at the Club

Tonight we tried The Too Fat Lardies newest game, WHAT A TANKER. What a Tanker is a fun, quick paced game of tank to tank combat in World War Two. It is designed for any models ranging from 10mm up to 1:48, which was the scale we chose. We had five players, and after far […]

The British Advance

Due to the various demands of the Holiday season, and a housing emergency, Dave Wilson and I found ourselves as the only members of the Williamsburg Legati meeting a couple of weeks ago.  We took the opportunity to play a game of Chain of Command. I set up a table imagining that the battle was somewhere around […]

On to Victory!

I have decided to play a solo campaign of Chain of Command using Joseph Legan’s wonderful book Platoon Forward available at Too Fat Lardies.  For anyone not aware, this useful supplement generates random scenarios, provides support for them and makes it all a bit more interesting by adding a narrative campaign element. Platoon Forward us designed […]