Friday, January 18, 2019

Wargaming the Polish Deluge - Baroque


I have just uploaded a few more images of the second great game we played over the Christmas break at Scott Robertson's house. This game was slightly larger than the first game in the way of points and troops on the board. However this time the Polish Army was fighting to push back the Swedish Army from the outskirts of Warsaw. Again the the fight was hard and bloody but the Polish managed to defeat the Swedes by breaking their centre and right wing. Thanks must go to Scott for putting on the game and providing the fantastic armies from his collection and to Brett Morris and Clint Richards for being such good gaming companions. 

Enjoy the images

Regards

Nathan

























Monday, January 14, 2019

A battle Outside Moscow - Baroque


One of two great games I was lucky to play over the Christmas break with Scott Robertson's fantastic collections of Eastern Renaissance Armies. The first game played (which is pictured) was a battle between a Polish Army and the Muscovites. This was the first time we had played both armies against each other and the Muscovites proved a fairly solid army to play, especially the infantry and light cavalry. However in the end the Poles won over the Muscovites and won the battle. Scott's figures are a great mix of TAG, Foundry, Essex and Old Glory, with a few Elite Miniatures heavy horses thrown into the mix. The only problem I find when playing with a collection like this is that I now want to collect them. Thanks Scott for a great game.

Regards

Nathan