At last Tuesday's club night, we had a game of Ganesha's Flying Lead. It is the same rules for Song of Blades and Heroes but modified for a modern genre with firearms and explosives as the main weapons.
|My squad leader realizes the point man is down and so is the Medic!|
|The flamethrower getting ready to fire up some Soviets|
Columbus day rolled around and several gaming groups were organizing some play sessions. In the morning, I stopped by Dragon's Lair to learn Napoleon at War. Charlie had setup the "Battle of Leipzig" on a huge table scape.
|This is only one-half of the table|
|My Russian Brigade about to resist the first cavalry charge|
|Prussians charging the gun battery|
|The figures were stunning! Thanks Charlie and Rob!|
I have limited experience with Napoleonic games but NaW was a lot of fun. My Russian infantry was able to repel three different cavalry charges!
That evening, I met up with Chip, Dave, and Blake for some pizza and Warmaster. Chip and I took 1500pts of High Elves each, while Dave and Blake took Chaos and Tomb Kings respectively.
|Blake lined up his skeleton infantry and rattled up the hill.|
|Blake dragon arrived with a snack|
|High Elf Eagles poised to strike|
|Dave has done great work with his Chaos army|
|Warmaster armies look so cool on the table!|