Monthly Archives: June 2015

Sengoku: Beginning a Samurai project in 15mm

Having been involved in a large Samurai project at the club many years ago, it was never going to take much to rekindle my interest/obsession in all things Japanese and the Sengoku period in particular. The catalyst, as it turned … Continue reading

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Mike’s Ramblings – “To the Strongest”

This may not be a battle report at heart , but I am going to ramble a little about my recent Ancients experience which contains a little battle report and something of a review of the Ancients Wargames Rules – … Continue reading

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Waterloo 200th Anniversary Game at Narberth Museum

1.  The Field of Waterloo at Narberth Museum, 18th June 2015 The ‘armchair-generals’ from left to right are: Paddy Green (Napoleon), Richard de Ferrars (Lord Hill) and Carwyn Savins (The Prince of Orange). Martin Small (Marshal Ney) is just out … Continue reading

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