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Back in the red.
Things looked to be going well. The boys were loading the truck with several barrels of whiskey and we had a rivals moll stashed away hoping to gain some cash from the ransom. That's as good as it got. No one was paying attention except maybe the cops and w...

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Death of the Warlord Again
Halvar and his band of men went a viking into the Normans land. After a meager campaign season last month they hoped to gain some riches from the men of the west. Things looked good as the stumbled across two separate wagon trains of goods led by Rogbert a ...

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Attack on the Fort
This week saw the Colonial variant of A Gentleman's War. Still in play test the differences were that most all Moroccan  infantry were six figure skirmish units and on the first Ace the native force was able to bring on units anywhere on the table. The scen...

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Stuck in the wastelands or the Battle of Fort Detroit.
We got together for a game of Flint & Feather last week. Matt pulled out his log fort and Howard the natives. I played the French commander with Matt as the Huron's and Howard and Nate were the Iroquois. My first mistake was to have two of my leaders groupe...

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Trip to the Army Museum in Stockholm, Sweden
I was in Stockholm earlier this month for a family event and had the chance to visit the Army Museum. We saw plenty of other things but there but for the purpose of this blog this was it. I went to the Museum twice. The first time I got the times mixed up a...

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Lawmen prevail
We got together for a game of Mad Dogs with Guns the other night. Howard wasn't with us but Matt stepped up and designed a scenario for us. Nate and I each had a gang with a primary and secondary objective, Matt played the Cops. As usual the town appeared q...

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April recap
So April ends with a slow down in gaming. Only two games this month one AGW with 28mm AWI figures and one F&F. Both fun games with lots of action. AARs are the two previous blog posts. On the painting front I finish off the last unit of cavalry for my Shiny...

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Ambush on the river
The sun glistened off the water as the Iroquois canoes glided along the river laden with furs from another successful expedition. All looked well as they clear the narrows by the bend in the river. They had two more narrows to navigate before they entered t...

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Foraging in the Hudson Valley
We played the 18th century variant for AGW last night but rather than using Howard's charming flats Matt pulled out his collection of 28mm figures. He had just finished a  unit of Tarleton's dragoons and wanted to use them. The scenario was of a combined Br...

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Foraging in the Hudson Valley
We play the 18th century variant for AGW last night but rather than using Howard's charming flats Matt pulled out his collection of 28mm figures.
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