|Gus eyes up the opposition.|
|Paul/Panjo/Pingu looking laid back|
|Nathan/Stumpy/Toxic looking less laid back|
Despite his best efforts the rebs did manage to get some charges in, but never enough to drive the Union troops back and, as his third unit broke and fled the field of battle, Paul conceded defeat and went to make the tea.
|The rebs advance towards the blue line|
I also snuck in a lone kubelwagen and a US para cart being pulled by 2
Final additions to the painted list was another US Paratrooper platoon, metal this time instead of plastic. I have sorted through some of my unpainted lead and found that I have more US paras than I will ever need, so I sorted a few out to paint and sell on.
They will probably end up on the bring and buy at Legionary 2013 tomorrow. This is a great local show, going from strength to strength as each year passes. In the last few years it has been moved from the university, into the city center and is now held at the local cattle market, which is much easier to get too and has ample parking. You can definitely smell the country air in this building. Odour aside, and it fades away after about 10 minutes, the venue is pretty good with lots of space and decent light. Gus and I are putting on a Chain of Command game, while Nathan is helping JJ on his Napoleonic game. Come along and say hello if you are in the area.
Have fun and keep rolling those dice.