Sorry for the long delay between posts...my fall has been enormously busy with Real Life and, frankly, my painting mojo has been at a low ebb for the last 6-8 weeks. That said I have been accomplishing a fair amount of other hobby related tasks...mostly getting movement trays for most of my troops and magnetizing bases. But that is the subject of another post for another time...The big news since my last post is that at the beginning of October we had an amazing weekend of Oldschool gaming at Oldhammer in the New World event.
This year the event was held at Huzzah Hobbies is Ashburn, Virginia and we had gaming spread over three days. We had about 20 attendees and played a whole host of quality Old school gaming. While I didnt take enough photos of any one game to pull together a true battle report...I did take enough pictures of the entire event to give you a flavor of the doings.
The first gaming to take place was a quick game of Donnybrook between my Bretonnians and Airborne Grove's Classic Chaos force.
This was followed by a free wheeling Rogue Trader game with all the early arrival involved...the climax of this fight (for me) was the engagement of my Renegade Squad by Ben's Eldar Harlequins.
Once my Squad of Termies was finally reprocessed into new Genetic material for the growing Genestealer threat I moved onto a game of WFB against Rusty and his Orcs. Now Rusty and I have been trying to pull off this game for the last three years...and we finally managed it this year. This was a 2500 pt battle between the Greenskin horde and my Dwarf army. We settled into what we expected to be a game that would last all afternoon...but that was not the case. Rusty's army contained a giant who quickly shattered my line and caused my general (!!!!) to rout off the table...the game rapidly went down hill from here...it was quite embarrassing...
...but a lot of fun
After this humiliating defeat I resigned the rest of my day to simply observing the rest of the great gaming that was going on around me...here is a selection of photos...
Here is looking forward to the next one!