Renaissance Galleys, Galleys, Guns and Glory, 1/300 scale Usually between Christmas and New Year we play something fairly fun and frivolous at the Edinburgh club. Past years have seen us piloting helicopters around Vietnam in Low Level Hell, or using Japanese anime schoolgirls to shoot at monsters in Cadillacs and Dinosaurs. This time round, we took
Galleys Guns & Glory!
Renaissance Galleys, Galleys, Guns & Glory, 1/300 scale In early November we’re off to Antwerp, to put on a participation game at the Crisis show. the aim is to run a game for about eight people, and to finish it in less than an hour. So, this week we were trying out a couple of
Renaissance Galleys, Galleys, Guns & Glory! 1/300 scale I almost missed the fourth outing of our club’s Renaissance galleys. I’d arranged to play a Seven Years War game, but that fell through due to my opponent’s child-minding problems. So, it was off to sea in my Venetian lanterna. I’m glad really as I really
Renaissance Galleys, Galleys, Guns & Glory!, 1/300 scale This week we had another foray in the Mediterranean – another Renaissance galley clash using the delightful models produced by Skull & Crown. We’ve got around a dozen models a side now, but reinforcements are on the way. The club is helping to playtest Thomas Foss’ rules,
Renaissance Galleys, Galleys, Guns & Glory!, 1/300 scale This is almost unheard of – two games of the same type in the same month – and naval games at that! The thing is, we’d so enjoyed our Renaissance galleys bash two weeks ago that we wanted to try the game out again. In theory we
Renaissance Galleys, Galleys, Guns & Glory!, 1/300 scale We were all at sea this week, in something which was a completely new departure for me- and for the club. It all started a few weeks ago, when a package from Thomas Foss of Skull and Cross was handed to me, containing a bundle of flat-packed