This past Saturday a group of the HAWKs and I went up to Sam Fuson's War-Horse farm in PA for another fun day of games and good food. A couple times a year, Sam and his wife Kathy invite a bunch of their friends over and the HAWks come up to put on several games as well as play, and these events have come to be known as War-Horse-Cons.
Since Sam and Kathy were expecting a larger than usual crowd, I volunteered to be the on-call GM, and brought along my Frostgrave stuff to set up and run if there should be an overflow from the two regularly scheduled games. Luckily I did, as I got to host a family that had come along with their husband/dad who was interested in playing in Ed Duffy's Modern era game. I think they had very little, if any, experience with miniatures gaming; but they jumped right in and had a great time with the Frostgrave rules. While the three teenagers did great, I felt sorry for the Mom, who could not roll any high numbers to save herself! There are bunch of us in the HAWKs who could relate to her predicament! :)
The calm after the storm: Some painting - I mentioned in my previous post that it has been a hectic time at work. We finally ran the week-long exercise I'd been preparing last week, so I reached ...
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