Battleshed Historical / Mythical
Blood Eagle (1) Broken Legions (1) Daisho (1) Dead Man's Hand (12) Dux Bellorum (1) Dux Britanniarum (1) Faustus Furius (6) Flames of War (2) Hail Caesar (2) Hell Hath No Fury (5) Hornet Leader: Carrier Air Operations (2) Muskets & Tomahawks (3) Red Sand Blue Sky (2) SAGA (19) Sails of Glory (4) Sharp Practice (4) The Great War (2) Urban War (1) Vallhalla (1) Wings of Glory (9)
Battleshed Fantasy, SF, VSF & Board Games
Age of Sigmar (3) Age of the Wolf (4) Age of Tyrants (1) Alien vs. Predator (3) All Things Zombie (1) ASoBH (1) Batman Miniature Game (2) Battlestar Galactica (1) Berserk: War of the Realms (1) Betrayal at House on the Hill (1) Broken Legions (1) Civilization the Board Game (1) Dixit (1) Dragon Rampant (1) Empire of the Dead (1) Fear & Faith (2) Firefly (10) Frostgrave (11) Hoards of the Things (1) In Her Majesty's Name (13) Infinity (2) Legends Untold (1) Lion Rampant (1) Lord of the Rings (1) Mission to Mars 2049 (1) Mutants and Death Ray Guns (1) NUMA: The Affinity Chronicles (1) Rogue Stars (4) SoBH (15) Songs of Blades & Heroes (20) Spin-Out: Pod Racing! (1) Star trek: Attack Wing (2) The Walking Dead: All Out War (1) UFO Squad (2) Urban War (1) Warhammer Fantasy (3) Warmachine (2) X-Wing (5) Zombicide (2)
Tuesday, 7 March 2017
Wednesday, 8 February 2017
Thursday, 2 February 2017
Wednesday, 1 February 2017
The Ohio Valley, 1758. Hordes of savage battle-frenzied Indians raging out of the dense forest on one side, opportunistic French Canadian Militia sniping from the forest on the other side, and what appeared to be a troublingly deserted forward supply base further along the rough track that passed for roads in this punishing frontier. Captain Timothy, the commander of the small British relief force, is beginning to regret this little expedition into the North American backcountry.
Thursday, 26 January 2017
This week, I had an introduction to Sharp Practice! and an opportunity to play a scenario that’s generated much mirth and enthusiasm from other members at my wargaming club. I’ve occasionally found myself taking a quick break from whatever dice rolling I was engaged in at the time just to wander over to see what was causing such gusto. And then slightly surprised to find it was a historical game set in the black powder era, more often associated with all things studiously Napoleonic.
Friday, 20 January 2017
Command & Colors: The Great War from the Plastic Soldier Company. It’s a Kickstarter game that I backed in 2015 and since delivery has pretty much sat neglected ever since. For no particular reason that I can button down. Its even found its way from the Battleshed into the house, which is normally the preserve of my current board games of choice. Its as if it snuck in and just sits there, with its appealing cover art just hoping to be picked. Pick me! Pick me!