of what kind of games were being played.
|The Battle of El Al - October 7th, 1973. A great looking 15mm modern game run by Jamie Gentry, James Rogers and Eric Walther using "Modern Test of Battle" rules.|
|The Battle of Waterloo - GM'd by Ken Lewis in 25mm using "Napoleon's Eagles". A classic |
scenario with masses of good looking 25mm figs!
|Chickamauga - The fight for Brock Field. Mike Randles always puts on a|
great looking game and this was no exception! 15mm ACW using Regimental Fire & Fury.
|More F&F ACW action in 15mm! Great terrain and figs!|
|Aerodrome 2.0 - WWII Aerial Combat|
This is always a popular game system and everyone looked like they wre having
a blast! GM - Stan Kubiak
|Aerodrome - a plane goes down in flames!|
|All the King's Men - they ran a great looking 54mm AWI game. The game was run by |
Ken Cliffe and Mike Lee. Their vendor booth can be seen behined the table.
|A 54mm unit of American AWI troops marches into battle! Great looking figs!|
|The Battle of Marengo - 15mm game using "Napoleon's Battles III". A nice looking game run |
by Jim Cacy.
|"Iron on the River" - 1:600 ACW naval game run by Bryant Williams using his own set of rules. Nice!|
|Flames of War - a picture of some of the FOW terrain in the FOW tournament room.|
|25mm ACW using "Volley and Bayonet" - this was a great looking game!|
|Afghanistan 2008 - Neel Woodall's modern Marines vs Taliban game using "Force on Force: rules.|
|The Battle of Kings Mountain - 25mm AWI using "Brother Against Brother" rules. The terrain and figs were very nice!|
This picture shows the terrain at the start of the game before the figs were placed on the table. GM'd by Michael Coggins.
|An shot of the main gaming room. The games were set up in the middle of the room and the vendors |
around the perimeter. There were several smaller rooms in use: FOW room, Warhammer room, DBA room, and Flea Market room.