The Rejects made it safe and sound to Broadside to play and display Posties, Russo-Japanese figures. He worked out a fictional game named The Battle of Shaho. The poor lad worked damned hard to get the game ready, also adding loads of extra's, the scratch built Observation Balloon, telegraph poles, village, fields, roads and even the frame that held the boards together. all that hard work paid off as the Rejects won "Best game at the Show"
I've got to admit we were all very surprised and very pleased! I'll post a few more pics of our game in another post.
Posties ridiculously excellent balloon stole the show!
The lads setting up the game, very quickly out came the drinks, God it was hot in there!!
Fran denied farting, but we all knew it was him!
Fran was at it again, so Postie punished him by digging his long girlie nails in his shoulder...
Herne Bay Wargamers - Albuera 1811
Skirmish, setting up their game
Clint takes pics of his game.
Gravesend Wargames Club - Kandahr 2nd Afghan WarThe Gravesend boys won the award for Best Painted figures at the Show!!
John, Paul, George & Ringo
From the Milton Hundred Club, the organizers of Broadside
Southend Wargames - Cowboys
Praise the Lord, they opened the Fire Exit doors to let some air in...
Skirmish Wargames - The Magnificent Seven
Somewhere in France 1944 - Shepway Wargames Club
Postie chatting to another Postie
Mayhem in the Mekong - Deal Wargames Society
Dr Who and the Dalaks - Friday Night Fire Fight
A PlayMobile wargame! From Gravesend Wargames Guild
Won the Award for Best use of Table Space!
SEEMS - ACW Naval Battle
Crossfire - WWII
WWI - Crush the Kaiser
Little Belgium - Medway Wargames Society
That's about it!
Part 2 to follow soon??