In the morning we had two games; a Dark Ages battle using "SAGA", and a WWII battle using "Combat Patrol".
|An overview of the SAGA game, run by Jim McWilliams, featuring Irish and Vikings.|
|A look at the action during the battle|
|Warriors liberate a cow during the battle.|
|An overview of the Combat Patrol game, run by Buck Surdu, as a French player maneuvers his CharB tank down the central road.|
|A hidden German 38T reveals it's position, firing on the approaching CharB. The shell strikes the side of the tank, causing the crew to bail out of the tank.|
The French had the objective of exiting two vehicles off the far table edges, moving lengthwise, which they were unable to achieve, having all their vehicles destroyed.
|The 38T and the nearby 50mm AT-gun soon leave a field of smoking French tanks.|
In the afternoon, we again had two games; a French and Indian War fight using "Muskets and Tomahawks", and a Napoleonic skirmish battle using modified "Combat Patrol".
|An overview of Don Hogge's Muskets & Tomahawks game.|
|A young general moves his troops on to the table.|
|British troops and French allied Indians exchange musket fire.|
|British commanders maneuver their skirmishers forward early in Duncan Adam's Napoleonic game.|
Again in this battle I had lousy luck shooting, doing very little damage to the opposing British skirmish line. Eventually, I closed close enough to do some hits on the formed battalion behind the skirmishers, which helped our side.
|Duncan moves the French battalion forward. The French battalion enters in column, whereas the British battalion starts in line. Each formed battalion is represented by several wooden blocks covered in photos of soldiers in line.|
|The scene on my end of the battle, right before my forward skirmishers launch themselves into their British counterparts.|