The adventures of an 18th century imagination, located in Northern Europe formerly ruled over by joint rulers Duke Karl Frederick and Duchess Liv.Not to mention the American colony of Ny Tradgardland the 17th century Colony of New Tradgardstadt and the newly restored territory of the Shetland Isles.
Featuring a supporting bill of gaming in a diversity of times,places and scales.Hopefully something to interest all who pop by...
Will visit tomorrow to find out more. Always an enjoyable visit to'The Kingdom.'Thank you.ReplyDelete
Thanks, more pirates very soon.Delete
"Rum Jim!" "We'll sink'em yet!"ReplyDelete
Ha ha har!Delete
A Rum Crew, and no mistake. Tip him the Black Spot, and all that sort of thing.ReplyDelete
Had that on my roses once I think.Delete
Treasure Island - great book by the great uncle of modern wargaming Robert Louis Stevenson. Will there be hand drawn maps?ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing, this is a good looking scenario with the trusty Airfix timber building and some other attractive older houses - handmade?
The famous Disney 50s Robert Newton mugging away as Long John Silver "Aaargh Jim lad!" Treasure Island film version was partly filmed in the sea and rivers around Falmouth - https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treasure_Island_(1950_film)
Maps , there’s a thought. Strangely enough I was told that on a boat on a river Fal excursion last year, thanks for reminding me I had forgotten that fascinating fact. You can’t beat an Airfix cottage. The other splendid buildings were made by Kev , from Australia, who comments here and has an interesting blog.Delete
Watch out for the black spot Ooh Arr !ReplyDelete
I shall pop down to the apothecary for that.Delete
Does Mrs Miggins have a rum emporium in the village, by any chance?ReplyDelete
Sadly not anymore, the excise men closed it down last year by removing their custom. Sadly it is an ex still , it is no more...Delete
Oh yeah, a scurvy-looking bunch of scallywags.ReplyDelete
What else would one expect?Delete
I like those thatched cottages!ReplyDelete