Get ready for another Sharp Practice skirmish battle report! This one is set in the American Civil War and saw a Union force attack a Confederate-held town.
Pretty much ever since Chain of Command was released my regular gaming nemesis and I were throwing around ideas for how to apply these rules to Warhammer 40,000.
Only took me 10 months, but I had another game of Advanced Song of Blades and Heroes!
Today I would like to show you some of the gaming aids for Sharp Practice sold by Too Fat Lardies and let you know what’s important, what is less important, what’s naughty and nice.
This is a battle report of our second Big Chain of Command game. 6 players, 3 infantry platoons, two tank platoons, armoured recon and a thousand elephants!
A few weeks ago I met with a number of fine gentlemen at Vienna’s premier friendly local games club to have a game of Big Chain of Command. In this article I will share some thoughts on this Chain… Continue Reading
Today I would like to present you with one of the more anticipated wargames rules releases of recent – Sharp Practice 2 by Too Fat Lardies.
After a quick detour into the American Civil War we returned to the deserts two weeks after our first campaign game.
We had a game of Chain of Command, first in our little campaign.
Hey, chaps and chapettes. As the year draws to an end it’s time to have a look back at 2016 in skirmish wargaming.