Forager!

Thought it was about time I write a review of the hame FORAGER by Stand To Games.  Forager is a true skirmish game set in the Peninsula during the Napoleonic Wars.  The Williamsburg Legati and I have been playing this game off and on for a little over a year, and it has remained very […]

Shoot Out at Hildago Creek!

This last weekend brought Williamsburg Muster, a local convention, to town again.  I was registered to run two games, a Pulp Alley Game on Friday evening, and a Gunfighter’s Ball Game on Saturday night. Friday turned into a bit of a disappointment.  One, because I had no takers for the Pulp Alley game ( not […]

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 […]

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 […]

Washington Slept Here

Some time ago I posted a review here, of some of the fine building kits I had purchased from Charlie Foxtrot Models.  For those of you unfamiliar with Charlie Foxtrot, they are a British company that produces several ranges of some very nice MDF kits.  Shortly after posting it, imagine my surprise to receive an email […]