In the HAWKs Room Friday at Cold Wars

Chris Palmer

      This past weekend was HMGS East’s Cold Wars Miniatures Gaming Convention in Lancaster PA.  I arrived Friday morning, and had a great couple of days gaming, and running a well-received War of the Roses game on Saturday using the under-development Feudal Patrol rules.   Below are some shots of a bunch of the games that were run in the HAWKs club room on Friday.
Greg Priebe’s post apocalyptic game “Wasteland 101” using This is Not a Test rules.

Japanese cavalry on the advance in Texas, Duncan Adams’ “Sayonara Gringo” game using Combat Patrol rules.

Zeb Cook’s “High Himalayas” pulp adventure game using Astounding Tales rules 

Don Hogge’s “Winter Along the Mohawk” game using Muskets and Tomahawks rules.

Dave Wood’s “First Battle of the Boer War” game using the Combat Patrol: British Colonial Variant rules.

Union and Confederate forces face-off in Eric Schlegel’s “Fury in the West” Battle of Shiloh" game using A Union So Tested rules.
Kurt Schlegel’s “The Saxons at Wagram: 1809” game, using SAF Napoleonics rules.

Bill Molyneaux’s “Battle of Hampton Roads: March 8-9 1862” game, using Beer and Pretzels Ironclads rules. 

Geoff Graff’s “Jutland 15” game, using General Quarters 2 rules.
Buck Surdu’s “A Hot Time in a Very Cold Place” game, featuring Finns vs Russians during the Winter War of 1939, and using Combat Patrol rules.
Don Hogge’s “Battle in the Alps: Italy Moves West” game, using Battleground WWII rules

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