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Monday, 22 April 2013

Salute Part Three....

 Having now been back to Salute after God knows how many years, I realise that you cant really record all the games you see there. There are just too many. I dont understand the attraction, but this game looked really well presented, the ships? were very well painted, a Dystopian Wars game I believe.

World War Two was well represented at Salute, and there were some very fine games on show.

 These three photographs were from a D Day event, that really captured the terrain.

How good are those buildings, especially the windmill.

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 This game used 54mm figures, and was set in England. The base boards used the hanging basket liner to great effect.Again it looked fun to play. A great effort.

And now onto Stalingrad, which looked terrific, I couldn't get that many photographs as the game was surrounded most of the time. I particularly liked the train, at the edge of the board. You cant beat the appearance of a train to get men interested.





One of the few Dark age games was the one below, which was really well executed.

 I especially felt envious of the christian water mill, I think the group were using the Saga rules. A great effort.

And finally, Jim Sweeney, getting to grips with a storm trooper.
Thanks for those free figures, although 'beware Greeks bearing gifts' does spring to mind.
                                         

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