Yesterday Ronnie came round for a game and brought his Jacobite figures. He had rebased them individually for the event. I had played M&T for ages but as Celine Dion might have said it’s all coming back to me now. Playing the game ( we had two games actually) was great fun and ended in a Government victory for Ronnie.
Having just bought second edition I have two sets , which seem a lot different from each other, around in my head at the same time. I remedied that by sending off yesterday afternoon for the FIW supplement and cards plus markers. I will devote myself to the new edition l think. The first edition gave great fun over many years and periods. Anyway enough chat now the photos-
Thanks for a splendid day, Alan.ReplyDelete
And a mention for Graham Cummings' Musket and Targe amendments which we got from The Wargamers' Annual Summer Special 2016.
My pleasure, looking forward to our next game with a greater variety of troop types on the tabletop.Delete
Looks like a great game and the second to last pic suggests the Givernment forces did not have it all their own way!ReplyDelete
They indeed did not, a close tun thing.Delete
Good to see more gaming on your table! Fine looking redcoats.ReplyDelete
Fine fellows indeed, Ronnie’s figures painted splendidly by him.Delete
A fine looking game!! The redcoats are indeed very nice looking.ReplyDelete
I especially like the Grenadiers.Delete
Looks great... I hadn't considered M&T for JacobitesReplyDelete
It works really well for the period well worth considering…Delete
It looks like a great game Alan! The figures are excellent!ReplyDelete
All Ronnie’s splendid figures…ReplyDelete
Nice looking game Alan. Funnily enough, I've just started collecting the 45 in 54mm. I'm going to use the 'Jacobite Rising' Command and Colours game, having played two scenarios with Mike Lewis' copy and really getting the right period feel with the rules.ReplyDelete