Firefly, the board game, got its first outing over at Livingston Battleground this morning. Thanks to Joanthan, John and Ian for the game. Once we started to get to grips with the rules and the various cards (there are many!) the turns started to gather pace, with Ian quickly accumulating his target cash amount by taking up all the dodgy jobs! There was also some piracy at hand, with John buying off my disgruntled crew
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)
Friday, 8 November 2013
Sunday, 3 November 2013
I dusted off the Flames of War miniatures for a 1750 point refresher game with my brother-in-law, Ironman John.
I fielded a British Parachute company, defending (Reserves, Ambush) with support from air-landing 6pdr and 17pdt AT platoons, a M1A1 75mm pack howitzer platoon, HMG platoon and Sporadic Typhoon air-cover.
John had German tanks. Lots of them! With a little help from his own sporadic air-cover and AA units.
Result: British victory
Labels: Flames of War
Saturday, 2 November 2013
A wee X-Wing tournament at Worlds at War this afternoon. Won one, lost one. I had a rebel fleet comprising the Millennium Falcon, piloted by Lando Calrissian and supported by two A-Wings.
Good, fun games enhanced by the great mats from Gale Force 9. You all know I couldn't leave the shop without a purchase!