As it’s our local show the guys from the Old Guard Group had decided to put on something new. Stu has been leading on driving the building of the 28mm WW2 Western Desert forces . Due to various other commitments over the last few months I wasn’t able to do any of the forces , but I was of course able to supply a lot of desert themed terrain from my Sudan stuff .
So here are a few shots of the action.
The Brits are dug in defending a battie box atop the hill with a force of Italians and Africa Korps attacking.
By the end of the day although the AK has been atop the hill they had lost their armour and the British still had a pair of Matildas that were about to wreak havoc, so it was callled a British victory
|It was certainly busy late morning|
|I really liked the table next us , which was a Mediterranean game of the attack on Leros, look ace|
As for stash, given I went without a shopping list it turned into some left field stuff
|This is all John and Andy from Ainsty’s fault // Bas@@@ds...|
|So then it some extra bits for Gaslands , templates , dice, markers and weapons kits. There was then some Crooked Dice Banana Splits ATVs etc. I also picked up some pre planned 10mm ACW and !0mm Fantasy stuff (for James’ project)/|
Then the bring & buy produced this large wooden castle .. it was picked up for £20. It will be given a bit of a tart up and will be used for grandson Harry’s Birthday next year along with some soldiers .... see what I did there ...
All in all a grand day
Then when I got home . My long awaited .. ie nearly 3 months Battlefront order turned up .. given my 15mm WW2 forces stash some serious top up
So , I think I can truly say the stash mountain has been topped up - ready for the winter season already .