During the current difficulties, I have been keeping in touch with the hobby by playing games remotely. Happily, years of practice left us ready for this. Yesterday, my sons had their turn, as I hosted a game for the two of them, separately remote. Since younger son William acquired DBA 3.0 fall, we have had a resurgence of interest in the game, and older son Norman and I (well, mostly Norman) have been at work reshaping and extending an earlier 1/72 Bronze Age project to cover more of the possible armies of the 13th century BCE. For yesterday’s game, we pitted the ancient Libyans (DBA Army I/7b) against the New Kingdom Egyptians (I/22b).
I set up the iPad on a tripod, having recently acquired a tripod mount for it, and laid out the reversible 3×3 ground cloth on the desert side.
via The Sharp End of the Brush http://sharpbrush.blogspot.com/2020/05/death-on-nile-in-remote-dba.html
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