Last week was the annual Exeter wargames show, Legionary 2015. Excellently hosted by the Exmouth Imperials wargames club as usual, it proved to be a cracking show and I spent way more than I planned too. There is a nice set of pictures on the Wargames, Soldiers and Strategy website, so pop along and have a look at much nicer pictures than the ones I take.
Nathan and I put on a game of the forthcoming Cold War Chain of Command game. This is in an early stage of playtesting and we are luckily involved to
Other games at the show were varied and all looked nice. Graham and Dave put on a 28mm Medieval battle. Lots of stabbing and slicing occurred and much carnage was wrought.
Another large Medieval game, was also there. War of the Roses I think. It looked very nice and the scenario included a very large flank march by one of the forces, but there was only a small bridge for them to cross.
All in all it was a good day out. I managed to last until after 4pm, which was good but I did pay for it over the next couple of days. I bought a couple more 4ground buildings, 2 technicals in 28mm(WHY?), some bits and pieces for my 1940's forces from Peter Pig(nice to see them back), some 15mm Landmark buildings(too good a price to miss) and several books on the bring and buy. I meet some old friends that I haven't seen for a while and meet some new friends as well.
That's it for now. There will be another update tomorrow with my painting efforts and yesterdays Devon Wargames meeting. Keep rolling those dice folks, they can't all come up on a 1........can they?