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 Saturday.
Thanks to all the great gamers who came out to play in the club’s games!
|The War of the Roses game I ran,“Feeding the Roses”, using the underdevelopment Feudal Patrol rules.|
|Close-up of my War of the Roses table.|
|Dave Wood’s version of “The Saxons at Wagram: 1809”, using Fate of Battle rules.|
|Kevin Fischer’s “Heavy Gears Everywhere” game, using HeavyGear Blitz rules.|
|Bill Acheson’s “Hill 315” game, using Combat Patrol rules.|
|Dave Wood’s “Look, Sarge, We Are Invading Russia” game, using Look, Sarge, No Charts: WWII rules|
|Buck Surdu’s Operation Platinfuchs game, using Combat Patrol rules.|
|Harry Kogelschatz’s “Samurai and Pirate Showdown” game, using Blood and Swash rules.|
|Geoff Graff’s perennially popular kids Lego game, Plastic Pirates Produce Problems, using Plastic Pirates rules.|
|Zeb Cook’s “Motti Breakout: A Russo-Finnish War game” using Combat Patrol rules.|
|Don Hogge’s “The Germans Roll East” game, using Battleground: WWII rules.|
|Buck Surdu’s “Tales of the gold Monkey” game, using GASLIGHT rules.|
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