Saturday, December 27, 2014

40K 2nd. Ed. Smash Up

Here's some eye candy of our Warhammer 40k game last night. Thank Steve Miller for hosting. Also, thanks to Scott, Preston, Monica, Carrol, Jozi, Cole and Ty for a fun crazy game. No white knuckles during our games!!

A great evening of gaming. 

Thursday, December 25, 2014

Merry Christmas to All...

Lookie what my beloved got me for Chistmas today!  7 LVT's plus a couple of landing craft, two Japanese tanks and a truck. Thank you Bear! 

Cole got a pile of modern stuff from Mojo, Stan Johanson and Empress Minis. 

Ty also got some cool stuff...

And Cole painted a figure for him. I thought it came out splendid. 

We will be busy for quite awhile with everything!  

Sunday, December 21, 2014

Japanese Troops Completed

Here is a few pictures of my first phase of Pacific WW2 figures completed. They are a mixture of metal manufacturers. All are 20mm scale. 

In all there is 96 completed figures all based for either Bolt Action or Chain of Command. I have more support choices to paint up and hope to come back to then next year. Now it's off to ready about 100 U. S. Marines 😃

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Rear Guard Action in Malaysia

I ran a really fun rear guard action scenario using out Bolt Action rules. Had a lot of fun with my son Cole and Steve Miller. My youngest even helped me out for about a third of the way through the game! Lol. 

I set up a quick game to play last Saturday evening. I used my available British figures and what support I could scrape up. It worked well since the Brits would have to make do with 3 squads, 1 MMG team, 3 six pounder AT guns, a light vickers tank and an air support FO for a strafing run. 

The IPA had 5 strong infantry squads, 3 light anti-tank guns, 1 medium Howitzer, a sniper team, and 3 MMG teams. All for the offensive!  Banzai!!!

The game started well for the Brits as the Japs suffered some casualties while advancing. Their objective was simple. Brush aside any resistance in front of them and press on down Singapore road. 

After turn three it was apparent that the Japs were stacking up the British right flank and was intending to shatter the defenders on that side. 

The Brits called in their one airstrike and landed it right on the money!  11 hits on a squad only to roll horrible for casualties!  Uh only 2 KIA's. :-(

That hurt the chances for a stiff British defense. Within 3 more turns the Japs did what they intended to do. They shattered and routed the entire British right flank. 

In the end the British were overrun and either captured, killed or escaped to fight another day. Even the little vickers tank was destroyed. 

Very fun time had by all and the game played smooth. 

Next game will be the British holding a rubber tree plantation with plenty of support!  

Friday, December 5, 2014

Black Friday Zombie Action

Here's some photos of our zombie game that was played on Black Friday. WAY better than stupid shopping and fighting crowds of zombies, errr I mean shoppers!