Here are some more pictures I took of some of the games at Nashcon 2012.
|The War of the Roses game that Titch and I ran. This was a photo|
break! Jeff (in black) played on my side and Chris (red) played on Titch's
|"Horns of a Dilemma" game. 1,300 25mm Zulus and Brits fight it out.|
Hosted by Keith Sullivan and Roger Dospil. This was a great looking game!
|The attack on the British camp.|
|Bob Moon's excellent 40mm FIW game. Bob has some of the|
best figures and terrain at Nashcon every year. These are well
painted 40mm Sash and Saber figures (mostly).
|Bob had custom die rollers on the corners of the table. I like how they|
are incorporated into the terrain. Nice!
|One of Bob Moon's 40mm Indian villages. Incredible terrain|
|Regimental Fire and Fury - the Battle of Stones River Dec. 31,1862|
Mike Randles always runs a great looking game and this year he put on
a RFF game in 15mm.
|Mike's great looking terrain and figures. I would have loved to|
have played in this game but it ran during the same session as my WOR game.
|Stone's River - just a short drive to the battlefield from the Con!|
Nashcon is held in Franklin, TN every year during Memorial Day weekend.
|More of Mike's 15mm rebs!|
|"It Came from Beyond the Still" - a fun looking game featuring hillbillies vs aliens!|
|"Warfare in the Land of the Rising Sun" - a Samurai game by Keith Sullivan|
featuring 1,200 25mm figures. Epic!
|"The Battle of Salamanca" - a great looking 15mm "Volley and Bayonet" game run by|
|August 1914 - a cool looking early WWI game run by|
|All the King's Men - 54mm War of 1812. Ken Cliffe set up|
the ATKM vendor table and then ran some awesome looking 54mm games!
|ATKM 54mm figures|
|A great looking game! The size of the figures and terrain is impressive!|