Date   

Pictures

brodgers.cell@...
 

I uploaded a few pictures of last Friday's game.

Look in the ECW - Battle of Auldearn album


Battle of Edgehill pictures

brodgers.cell@...
 

I uploaded some pictures (21) of Saturday's game.

Look in the ECW - Edgehill album.


Bob


Re: Yesterday's game

The Tin Dictator <brodgers.cell@...>
 

I think Tom took a couple pictures.
The battle was a draw since no one took any of their objectives on either side.


On Sunday, April 17, 2016, E Jones ekj2908@... [Table_Top_Gaming_Society] <Table_Top_Gaming_Society@...> wrote:
 

Sorry I couldn't make it.  Any pics or a battle report?

On 4/17/2016 7:35 AM, brodgers.cell@... [Table_Top_Gaming_Society] wrote:
 

I want to thank Al for running the "With Fire & Sword" game yesterday. There were a number of the guys who had never played them before and wanted to give the rules try. The game was relatively easy to learn and everyone seemed to have a good time. Al was a good GM.


Thanks Al.



Re: Yesterday's game

Ed
 

Sorry I couldn't make it.  Any pics or a battle report?

On 4/17/2016 7:35 AM, brodgers.cell@... [Table_Top_Gaming_Society] wrote:
 

I want to thank Al for running the "With Fire & Sword" game yesterday. There were a number of the guys who had never played them before and wanted to give the rules try. The game was relatively easy to learn and everyone seemed to have a good time. Al was a good GM.


Thanks Al.



Yesterday's game

brodgers.cell@...
 

I want to thank Al for running the "With Fire & Sword" game yesterday. There were a number of the guys who had never played them before and wanted to give the rules try. The game was relatively easy to learn and everyone seemed to have a good time. Al was a good GM.


Thanks Al.


Miniature Wargames Magazine

The Tin Dictator <brodgers.cell@...>
 

David, Al, Michael, Ed, Fred, and Glen are all featured in a picture of our Waterloo game.

Issue # 396     Page 29



Re: Saturday's Game

Michael Frank
 

dave;

This is Mike Frank in Visalia.  Is this you regular email?  Understand you might be sending me orders for a naval battle.  If it is would rather communicate thru my Hotmail address.

Mike


On Tuesday, February 23, 2016 10:50 AM, "David Rodgers david.rodgers@... [Table_Top_Gaming_Society]" wrote:


 
I will be there.
 
I will play anything.
 
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To: Table_Top_Gaming_Society@...
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Who wants to play, and what do you want to play on Saturday?
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Re: (Noon) Game Day, Saturday, 16 January 2016

The Tin Dictator <brodgers.cell@...>
 

I think we can find storage space under the table.

Bob



On Friday, January 15, 2016, Elizabeth Kudelka meevn@q.com [Table_Top_Gaming_Society] <Table_Top_Gaming_Society@...> wrote:
 

the bob…

i will be there but a little late.

also>>> are you ready to receive a few chinese building.  i have 40+ general buildings, houses, shops and a whoopee palace.  i am running out of storage space and need help.  after 40+ buildings i have hit a wall   HELP from the many listed members.

mark
On Jan 15, 2016, at 11:55 AM, Table_Top_Gaming_Society@... wrote:


"(Noon) Game Day" reminder
When
Saturday, 16 January 2016 
12:00 PM to 05:00 PM 
(GMT-07:00) Arizona 
Where
Bob's War Room
Notes
28mm ECW Rules: Bibles Buff Coats There's trouble coming to the moors outside the small town of Ticklin Winkie. Those Royalist Irishmen that Montrose has hired have been stealing the local sheep and enough is enough! Lord Levin is leading his Covenenters to the rescue and intends to chastise the Irishmen all the way back to Dublin. Room for 6-8 players. As always, RSVP's are appreciated.
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Re: Bring out your Lead !

Ed
 

I am still a maybe for Saturday. 

On 1/13/2016 9:06 AM, brodgers.cell@... [Table_Top_Gaming_Society] wrote:
 

We're planning to do a dead-lead swap this Saturday. Before, During, and After the game day.


If you have some unused figures or other game supplies that you would be interested in swapping for someone else's unused figures or game supplies, bring them to the game day and make a swap.


This is mainly a swap. But you can try to sell also if you think you already have everything you could ever possibly need for your games.


I have an eclectic mix of unused stuff and I'm sure the rest of you do too.


Bob



Bring out your Lead !

brodgers.cell@...
 

We're planning to do a dead-lead swap this Saturday. Before, During, and After the game day.


If you have some unused figures or other game supplies that you would be interested in swapping for someone else's unused figures or game supplies, bring them to the game day and make a swap.


This is mainly a swap. But you can try to sell also if you think you already have everything you could ever possibly need for your games.


I have an eclectic mix of unused stuff and I'm sure the rest of you do too.


Bob


Re: Pre-painted 28mm Tanks

brodgers.cell@...
 

Ack!  I retract that optimism.
I just looked at their prices.
They cost more than Corgi diecast models and being plastic they're less durable.



Pre-painted 28mm Tanks

brodgers.cell@...
 

This looks like it might have some promise.



Warlord Games Pre-releases New Pre-Painted Tanks



FS/T Painted 15mm ancient & medieval armies

Tom Opalka
 

I am getting rid of my seldom used 15mm ancient/medieval armies to make room and raise funds for other projects, mainly downsizing to 10mm.  Please email me directly with your email address and I can send you pictures.  All are on 40mm wide bases with the exception of single mounted commanders.  Here's what I have:
 
15mm Mongols - all painted Old Glory 15's based on Litko bases
27 stands of 3 heavy cavalry each
12 stands of 2 light cavalry each - allies
30 stands of 2 light horse archers each
Also have 2 "Battlegroup" bags of heavy cavalry figures unpainted that I was going to use as allies - SSBG27 and SSBG28 Georgians, 36 cavalry total.
165 painted cav and 36 unpainted cavalry - asking $475
 
15mm Italian Condotta - All painted. Mostly Essex, some Rank and File as noted.  All based on metal bases unless noted.
17 stands of 3 crossbowmen (Essex, metal bases)
9 stands of 3 crossbowmen (R&F, wood bases)
6 stands of 2 crossbowmen (Essex, metal bases)
4 stands of 4 handgunners + 2 loose (R&F, wood bases)
6 stands of 4 spearmen with pavise (Essex, metal bases)
6 stands of 4 halberdiers (Essex, metal bases)
10 stands of 4 pikemen (Essex, metal bases)
4 stands of 3 mounted crosbowmen (Essex, metal bases)
2 stands of 2 mounted crossbowmen (Essex?, wood bases)
2 stands of 1 small cannon with 2 crew (Unknown, wood bases)
2 stands of 1 large cannon with 4 crew (Essex, metal bases)
30 stands of 3 mounted knights (Essex, metal bases)
4 stands of 1 knight commander (Unknown)
Total of 247 infantry, 110 cavalry and 4 guns - asking $700
 
15mm Marian Romans - All painted Old Glory 15's based on Litko bases with the exception of 3 stands as noted.
8 stands of 2 skirmishing javelinmen
6 stands of 2 skirmishing slingers
3 stands of 2 skirmishing Gaul slingers (Essex)
6 stands of 2 skirmishing archers
4 stands of 1 mounted general
12 stands of 3 Spanish medium/light infantry
12 stands of 4 Gaul infantry
47 stands of 4 Roman legion
1 stand of 3 Roman legion (1 figure came up missing when it came time to base these and I never found it)
6 stands of 3 Roman cavalry
6 stands of 3 Gaul cavalry
6 stands of 3 Spanish cavalry
12 stands of 2 Numidian cavalry
Total of 321 infantry and 82 cavalry - asking $725
 
The only items I would be interested in taking in trade for these are:
6 point Gripping Beast SAGA Rus Princes warband
2 28mm Japanese Ka-Mi tanks
Possibly 10mm ancients, medievals or Napoleonics
 
Thanks,
Tom


Re: Game Night, Friday, 11 December 2015

The Tin Dictator <brodgers.cell@...>
 

First - thanks

Second - ok

Third - 50 or so.  Plus the legation compounds.

😊


On Wednesday, December 9, 2015, Elizabeth Kudelka meevn@q.com [Table_Top_Gaming_Society] <Table_Top_Gaming_Society@...> wrote:
 

the bob…   first…sorry to hear about the current situation,  my hopes are for a full recovery


second…  i won’t know until fri. morning if i van be there.  but i hope so

third…  how many chinese bui;dings are you hoping for.  i am now at 15

mark
On Dec 8, 2015, at 7:00 PM, Table_Top_Gaming_Society@... wrote:


"Game Night" reminder
When
Friday, 11 December 2015 
07:00 PM to 11:00 PM 
(GMT-07:00) Arizona 
Where
Bob's War Room
Notes
As always, RSVP's are appreciated.
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Warnings about a painting service - Quartermaster painter or Shane in Toledo

JC
 

FYI

JC


----- Forwarded Message -----

From: "robeubanks@... [surpluswargaming]"
To: "surplus, wargaming"
Sent: Friday, October 30, 2015 6:52 AM
Subject: Re: [sw] Painted 15mm US-Mexican War 4sale

 
I was afraid this was the guy.  His name is Shane, and he lives in Toledo.  Said he was a college student earning extra money.  He told me he was going to set up a name for his painting service, and it was quartermaster something.  Yeah, I sent him a bunch of 10mm Napoleonic Russians.  After an incredibly short six weeks he said they were done and asked for payment...about $310.  I sent it promptly.  He sent me some partially painted artillery pieces, and then some infantry that wasn't even finished, and finally after me begging him for about eight months he returned most of my figures...unpainted or primed horribly...and when I explained that I really didn't think it was fair of him to keep my money after not painting my figures, he offered to send me a refund.  He sent $50, and kept the other $240.  I've never received any replies since then.
Anyone dealing with this quartermaster painter, or Shane in Toledo, should beware.  You'll get screwed.



From: "llbowler@... [surpluswargaming]"
To: surpluswargaming@...
Sent: Friday, October 30, 2015 9:30:19 AM
Subject: Re: [sw] Painted 15mm US-Mexican War 4sale

 
Quartermaster seems to have a habit of stuffing people.  Last summer I did a deal with him for 60 28mm Romans.  After a short delay I did get 51 of them.  When I asked about the missing figs he said he had them and was sending them along with an extra figure or two which he had found with the missing figs ( which he claimed had been stored separate from the batch of figs I had already received) .  He did start a mailing label, but the missing figs, if they really existed, never made it into the postal system.  I was in contact with him many times trying to get this worked out.  Finally I wrote and asked either send the figs or give me a refund for the missing items.  Sent this on a Friday and asked for a resolution by Monday.  He wrote back and said that was fair, that was the last message received from him.  Needless to say no refund or figs have been received.  I wasn't totally scammed, but certainly Quartermaster wasn't totally honest either.  I hope he does better by you.  




colonial campaign - more pics up

Ed
 

A few turns ago the French discovered the lost city of Zinj.  However, to it's current worshipers and defenders, the Kilimali, it was not lost, it had been there all along, and it was holy, forbidden, etc.  After a bitter battle, the French drove off the fanatical defenders and entered the city for some good old plundering.

Unbeknownst to the French, the descendants of the city's builders are still around, and none too pleased.  The Zinj have come to liberate the city, led by their Great Moochakka, and some Kilimali allies.  The Moochakka has tried to use his mystical influence with the old gods of the jungle to persuade fierce animals to come to his aid - and it worked, somewhat.

There was hard fighting among the ruins, but in the end, the French firepower was too much, even for the fierce animals. 

Rules used were Field of Honor, battalion level.


Re: Game pics

Tom Fraser
 

The terrain and figures look great hope you all had fun.


Game pics

brodgers.cell@...
 

I just posted 22 pictures from last night's game.

I know Ed also took some pics so maybe more will be uploaded soon.


This was a battle from Ed's colonial campaign and it involved the Zinj tribe attempting to throw the French out of their sacred lost city.


I'll let Ed provide the narrative.


Bob


Re: Moving to Saturdays

brodgers.cell@...
 

I guess the announcement the we were moving to Saturdays was premature.

A few of the guys who weren't paying attention to the conversation were surprised by the change and have objected.

So, we'll stick to Friday nights for the time being.

Bob


This Saturday's game

brodgers.cell@...
 

We will have a day of Wild West shoot-em-up action.

Scale:   25/28mm

Rules:   Long Knives


Definitely a beer & pretzels game.

There's cowboys, injuns (both Comanches and Apaches), townsfolk, banditos, peasants, and cavalry.


Also, if you have some Wild West figures that you would like to see in action, bring them along and you can push them across the table.


Game is on Saturday at noon.


Bob


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