Last Friday night our club got together for our monthly game night. As you can see I haven't been posting a lot of wargaming content lately, work has been particularly unfriendly to hobby activities as of late. Still once a month come hell or high water I'm off for a great night of gaming with my friends. This night I played in my friend Gordon's Old West Gunfight game. As you can see the terrain is great and the rules were simple and fast play. There was much hilarity to be had and lots of good old fashioned killing. In the end my squad of five Mexican banditos ended up three guns shy of a gang at the end of the day. My surviving two held up in a bunk house which they THOUGHT had bags of gold in it but in reality held only bed bugs.
Charlie ran a 28mm Napoleonic game using his home brew rules, Napoleon's Rules of War.
John ran a very nice looking 40mm ACW game using Regimental Fire and Fury. Both the terrain and the figures were top notch in this game.
A while ago I posted photos of a sample disorder marker I made for a friend based on a standard 16mm die. I had THOUGHT I made the front 40mm wide, but by mistake my metric conversion was off and it was really 60mm wide. This one is 40mm frontage. The dice is the same size as the previous sample.
I think the text is a bit too dense so I went with a slightly slimmer font in the file for the potential production run for my friend Gordon. More will be made if he likes the new sample.