|Large Celts v Romans affair|
There was the a good number of traders covering a wide range of wargame goodies and most had a constant trickle of punters after their wares from what I could make out.
|Close up of the above game.|
The lighting in the hall played havoc with my limited(very) photographic skill and many of my pics have a yellow aura about them, despite my best efforts with photoshop. (I'm not the only one to 'suffer' this effect btw).
|Large Napoleonic battle.|
The viking game looked interesting, despite the right angled river! (Something I don't mind btw)
|Large representation of Cannae - in 15mm iirc|
Ancients are not really my cup of tea.
|Good looking game set in Vietnam|
|All homemade vehicles and terrain|
Another featured a 'football' type game set upon a huge galleon, whilst another featured a 'classic' elf/dragon affair, though don't quote me on it.
|Fantasy football on a ship. (And why not)|
|Great looking French - Indian War game.|
|Great looking Dead Man's Hand game, using car buildings|
|Wings of War|
I did have a good time though, the Traders were great to chat to (as always) and those running the games that I took an interest in were all welcoming and informative too.
Best part of the day though was seeing friends that I hadn't seen for a year or so - worth the entrance fee alone!
Next week, real life threatens to interfere with getting a post out, but I will try and make the effort!
Thanks for taking the time to visit and as always your comments are both welcomed and appreciated.