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Re: Game Night, 7/11/2014, 7:00 pm

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Re: Game Night, 7/11/2014, 7:00 pm

John C
 

I will be there.

JC
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Title:
 
Game
Night

 

Date:
 
Friday
July 11, 2014

Time:
 
7:00 pm
- 11:30 pm
(GMT-05.00)
Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Location:
 
Bob's War
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Game Night, 7/11/2014, 7:00 pm

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Reminder from:   Table_Top_Gaming_Society Yahoo Group
 
Title:   Game Night
 
Date:   Friday July 11, 2014
Time:   7:00 pm - 11:30 pm (GMT-05.00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Location:   Bob's War Room
 
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Re: FridayGame Night

Robert Huffman <robert8414@...>
 

Hi,

Since I am mainly interested in the Napoleonic Wars, I'll wait until we start that up again.
Have fun.

R


On Monday, July 7, 2014 6:03 PM, "The Tin Dictator TinDictator@... [Table_Top_Gaming_Society]" wrote:


 
​Archduke Charles indicates that his campaign orders will not be ready until Wednesday or Thursday.
That leaves no time for the individual commanders to respond and get their orders in to me. And no time for me to process them all and figure out which moves result in battles, etc.
 
So, Friday's game will not be part of the 1809 campaign.
 
We will be playing ZULU's !!!!!!!
 
Rules: Colonial Principles of War
Scale: 15mm
Friday night. Start at 7:00.
 
If you need directions, send me a note.
 
Bob


FridayGame Night

The Tin Dictator <TinDictator@...>
 

​Archduke Charles indicates that his campaign orders will not be ready until Wednesday or Thursday.
That leaves no time for the individual commanders to respond and get their orders in to me. And no time for me to process them all and figure out which moves result in battles, etc.
 
So, Friday's game will not be part of the 1809 campaign.
 
We will be playing ZULU's !!!!!!!
 
Rules: Colonial Principles of War
Scale: 15mm
Friday night. Start at 7:00.
 
If you need directions, send me a note.
 
Bob

Re: 1809 Napoleonic Campaign

The Tin Dictator <TinDictator@...>
 

Tim,
 
Cool. Glad to have you join in.
I think we're generally OK with troops.
Sometimes we run short of some of the german minor allies.
Won't need Ruskies ​for this campaign.
 
I'll put together the info you'll need and send it along in the next couple days.
You will most likely be a Corps commander on the French side.
Probably the Saxons or the Westphalians.
 
Later,
 
Bob
 
 


On Tue, Jul 1, 2014 at 7:31 PM, Tim x td1982az@... [Table_Top_Gaming_Society] <Table_Top_Gaming_Society@...> wrote:
 

Bob
 
I'll jump in.
 
I have a bunch of Russians and Rhine troops if we ever need them (Bavaria, bade, Wurtenburger, Saxons and others) they are based for Napoleons battles.
 

To: Table_Top_Gaming_Society@...
From: Table_Top_Gaming_Society@...
Date: Tue, 1 Jul 2014 11:16:18 -0700
Subject: [Table_Top_Gaming_Society] 1809 Napoleonic Campaign

 

 All,
 
The 1809 Danube Campaign has been ongoing for more than three months now and is entering its 6th week map moves. We have had a few players drop out for various reasons and there are now new troops entering the theatre. This means that there are commands available if you are interested in joining in.
 
The committment is relatively small;
About every three weeks you will need to send in orders for your troop movements on the campaign map that equate to one week's "real-life" movement.
And we play out any battles on the tabletop every other week on a Friday night. Next game night is the 11th.
You are not required to play in the games, but its more fun if you do.
 
Let me know if you're interested, and which side you'd prefer and we'll get you plugged in.
 
Also, if you would just like to play in the games, but not participate in the map maneuvering, etc. You can do that too.
 
Bob


Re: 1809 Napoleonic Campaign

Tim x <td1982az@...>
 

Bob
 
I'll jump in.
 
I have a bunch of Russians and Rhine troops if we ever need them (Bavaria, bade, Wurtenburger, Saxons and others) they are based for Napoleons battles.
 

To: Table_Top_Gaming_Society@...
From: Table_Top_Gaming_Society@...
Date: Tue, 1 Jul 2014 11:16:18 -0700
Subject: [Table_Top_Gaming_Society] 1809 Napoleonic Campaign

 

 All,
 
The 1809 Danube Campaign has been ongoing for more than three months now and is entering its 6th week map moves. We have had a few players drop out for various reasons and there are now new troops entering the theatre. This means that there are commands available if you are interested in joining in.
 
The committment is relatively small;
About every three weeks you will need to send in orders for your troop movements on the campaign map that equate to one week's "real-life" movement.
And we play out any battles on the tabletop every other week on a Friday night. Next game night is the 11th.
You are not required to play in the games, but its more fun if you do.
 
Let me know if you're interested, and which side you'd prefer and we'll get you plugged in.
 
Also, if you would just like to play in the games, but not participate in the map maneuvering, etc. You can do that too.
 
Bob

Re: 1809 Napoleonic Campaign

Robert Huffman <robert8414@...>
 

Hello

I will be at the next meeting, and interested in being more active and committed if it's ok.

I also have a handicapped friend who has Multiple Sclerosis who is interested in coming. He loves history and would like to visit (and possibly become a member). Would that be possible?

Since I am new to the group I wanted to ask first.

Also I still have British, French and a small number of Prussian figures available for sale if anyone is interested.

Are there any events this coming holiday weekend? I am game!

Thanks,

Rob Huffman


From: "TinDictator@... [Table_Top_Gaming_Society]"
To: Table_Top_Gaming_Society@...
Sent: Tuesday, July 1, 2014 11:16 AM
Subject: [Table_Top_Gaming_Society] 1809 Napoleonic Campaign

 
 All,
 
The 1809 Danube Campaign has been ongoing for more than three months now and is entering its 6th week map moves. We have had a few players drop out for various reasons and there are now new troops entering the theatre. This means that there are commands available if you are interested in joining in.
 
The committment is relatively small;
About every three weeks you will need to send in orders for your troop movements on the campaign map that equate to one week's "real-life" movement.
And we play out any battles on the tabletop every other week on a Friday night. Next game night is the 11th.
You are not required to play in the games, but its more fun if you do.
 
Let me know if you're interested, and which side you'd prefer and we'll get you plugged in.
 
Also, if you would just like to play in the games, but not participate in the map maneuvering, etc. You can do that too.
 
Bob


1809 Napoleonic Campaign

TinDictator@...
 

 All,

 

The 1809 Danube Campaign has been ongoing for more than three months now and is entering its 6th week map moves. We have had a few players drop out for various reasons and there are now new troops entering the theatre. This means that there are commands available if you are interested in joining in.

 

The committment is relatively small;

About every three weeks you will need to send in orders for your troop movements on the campaign map that equate to one week's "real-life" movement.

And we play out any battles on the tabletop every other week on a Friday night. Next game night is the 11th.

You are not required to play in the games, but its more fun if you do.

 

Let me know if you're interested, and which side you'd prefer and we'll get you plugged in.

 

Also, if you would just like to play in the games, but not participate in the map maneuvering, etc. You can do that too.

 

Bob

Re: Game Night, 6/27/2014, 7:00 pm

The Tin Dictator <TinDictator@...>
 

This will be the Battle of Nannhofen.
In which Ed "The squashin' Austrian"​ attempts to open a big can of Whup-Ass on Dave "The Bavarian Bomber" in a no-holds-barred grudge match deep in the Bavarian Black Forest.
 
Ed's Austrians are weighing in at 2 Korps and snarling with an attitude.
Dave's single Corps of Bavarians give up a little weight but are undaunted and full of insults regarding the Hapsburg's lineage and their fondness of small weenies from Vienna.
 
Don't miss this exciting match-up.
The winner taking home nothing less than the lager recipe from Nannhofen's own Hilda's Hoffbrau Haus.
Yum, Yum!
 
 


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Title:   Game Night
 
Date:   Friday June 27, 2014
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Game pictures

TinDictator@...
 

I just posted a few pictures from last night's game.

They are in the WWII-15mm album.


Bob


Re: Game Night, 6/13/2014, 7:00 pm

Ed
 

I have up to 4 platoons of US and 3 of Germans along with halftracks, AT guns, mortars and tanks - depending on how many people show.  I am thinking of doing a German counter attack or offensive action or we can play it by ear.

Ed

Re: Game Night, 6/13/2014, 7:00 pm

TinDictator@...
 

Friday night's game will be run by Ed.

 

15mm "Big Battle" Bolt Action

WWII - Americans vs Germans

 

 

Various 15mm and 28mm figures for sale/trade

Tom Opalka
 

Hello Everyone,
 
It’s time to make some room for some new projects by clearing out some excess figures and dead projects.  I’m mostly interested in selling, but would consider trading for certain things (trade list is at the bottom).  I have pictures of everything; if you are interested, let me know and I can email them to you.  Also willing to negotiate.  Without further ado:
 
For Sale/Trade:
Lot 1 – “Clash of Empires Rise & Fall of Persia” Army lists - $20 (retail is $36)
Lot 2 – 15mm Sassanid Persians – 16 unpainted Old Glory archers - $4
Lot 3 – 4 packs of 15mm fantasy figures (2 packs of undead and 2 of dwarfs) $8 (retail is $8 per pack I think)
Lot 4 – 15mm Battlefront Soviet Katyusha Guards Rocket battery unpainted – 4 resin launcher trucks, 20 crew, 3 figure command team, 2 figure observer team.  Opened and does not include the extra truck or Kommisar team shown in the FOW Order of Battle.  - $30 (retail is $65) 
Lot 5 – LBMS HK 1 - Heraldry transfers for 28mm knights – includes assorted matched designs for shields, barding, surcoat and pennants - $5 (retail is $10)
Lot 6 – LBMS HK 4 – Red cross transfers for 28mm military order knights – includes matched designs for shields, barding, surcoat and pennants - $5 (retail is $10)
Lot 7 – 6 stands of 25/28mm defensive stakes nicely painted.  Each stand is 100mm wide by 25mm deep.  $20
Lot 8 – 15mm resin Battlefront Maultier halftrack unpainted - $4
Lot 9 – 2 15mm resin Battlefront kubelwagons unpainted -  $4
Lot 10 – 4 15mm resin Battlefront Kfz70 trucks unpainted - $14
Lot 11 – 15mm Battlefront German 251 halftrack platoon of 4 vehicles including platoon command 251/10 with 37mm gun; painted panzer grey with cross decals - $48
Lot 12 – 15mm Battlefront German 251 halftrack platoon of 4 vehicles including platoon command 251/10 with 37mm gun; painted panzer grey with cross decals - $48
Lot 13 – 2 15mm Battlefront Pzkw IVf2’s painted panzer grey with cross decals - $24
Lot 14 – 4 15mm Battlefront Pzkw IIIG’s painted panzer grey with cross decals - $48
Lot 15 – 2 15mm Battlefront Pzkw IIIJ’s painted panzer grey with cross decals - $24
Lot 16 – 4 15mm Battlefront Pzkw IIIJ’s painted panzer grey with cross decals - $48
Lot 17 – 6 28mm Gripping Beast Numidian light cavalry; nicely painted (basing not done) - $48
Lot 18 – 6 28mm Gripping Beast Libyan/Numidian/Carthaginian javelinmen; nicely painted (basing not done) - $24
Lot 19 – 6 28mm Gripping Beast Libyan/Numidian/Carthaginian javelinmen; nicely painted (basing not done) - $24
Lot 20 – 12 28mm Gripping Beast Libyan/Carthaginian spearmen in linen armor with bronze shields – includes commander and musician; nicely painted (basing not done) - $48
Lot 21 – 13 28mm Gripping Beast Veteran Carthaginian spearmen in chainmail armor and great shield designs – includes commander, standard and musician; nicely painted (basing not done) - $52
Lot 22 – 2 unopened packs of 28mm Gripping Beast ancient Spanish Cavalry (GBASP 4 & 5) 8 mounted figures including command - $20 (retail with conversion rate is around $40)
 Lot 23 – 2 unopened packs of 28mm Gripping Beast ancient Italian Infantry (GBREP 14 & 15) 20 figures including command - $20 (retail with conversion rate is around $40)
Lot 24 – 1 unopened pack of 28mm Gripping Beast Hannibal with escort (GBLIB 6) 4 mounted figures - $10 (retail with conversion rate is around $20)
Lot 25 – 1 unopened pack of 28mm Gripping Beast Carthaginian elephant with crew (GBEL 2) 1 resin elephant with metal crew and trunk - $10 (retail with conversion rate is around $20)
Lot 26 – 25 unpainted loose 28mm Gripping Beast Carthaginian infantry includes command figures - $25 (retail with conversion rate is around $50)
Lot 27 – 8 unpainted loose 28mm Gripping Beast Libyan/Numidian/Carthaginian skirmishing javelinmen  - $8 (retail with conversion rate is around $16)
Lot 28 – 8 unpainted loose 28mm 1st Corps Libyan/Numidian/Carthaginian skirmishing javelinmen  - $6
Lot 29 – 16 unpainted loose 28mm Gripping Beast Spanish infantry including command and characters - $16 (retail with conversion rate is around $32)
Lot 30 – 1 unopened pack of 28mm Gripping Beast Spanish Caetrati 10 figures - $10 (retail with conversion rate is around $20)
Lot 31 – Painted 15mm Medieval Russian army.  Figures by Old Glory 15s.  Painted and based on Litko bases.  Includes 6 stands of skirmishing crossbowmen, 9 stands of heavy crossbowmen, 9 stands of heavy infantry, 12 stands of skirmishing cavalry, 12 stands of medium archers, 9 stands of heavy cavalry and 1 stand of mounted command.  Total of 120 infantry and 53 cavalry – asking $339 which comes out to $1.50 per infantry and $3 per cavalry.
Lot 32 – Painted 15mm Mongol army.  Figures by Old Glory 15s.  Painted and based on Litko bases.  Includes 3 commander stands, 24 horse archer stands and 24 heavy cavalry stands.  129 cavalry total – asking $387 which is $3 per cavalry.
 
As I stated previously, I’m willing to negotiate.
 
As for trading, I would be interested in only the following items:
15mm WWII –
-2 boxes of 15mm Plastic Soldier Company Churchills
-2 new Italy compilation books for Flames of War
-15mm Musket Miniatures rubbled European buildings
-Battlefront cratered cobblestone roads
 
28mm WWII (unpainted)–
-1 pack of AE WWII Russian mine dogs
-Army Group North KV1, KV2, KV1S
-Bolt Action “pinned” markers
 
28mm Ancients/Medievals –
-Sea Peoples
-Late Achamenid Persians
-Bulgars and Slavs
-Renegade Anglo-Saxons
-Old Glory 10 Teutonic mounted sergeants, 24 13th century crossbowmen, 10 Mounted German Knights, 12 Mongol horse archers, 10 Mongol heavy cavalry & 8 Mongol command
 
15mm Ancients/Medievals/Renaissance:
-Palmyrans
-Ottomans
-Later Hungarians
-French Ordonnance
-Ancient Germans
-ECW Royalists
-TYW Swedes
 
Let me know if you have any questions.
 
Thanks,
Tom O
 

Re: Game Night, 5/30/2014, 7:00 pm

TinDictator@...
 

OK then.

I'll set up the Battle of Munich.

 

Bavarians vs Austrians

The battle will have about a Corps (Korps) on each side.

Austrians are defending.

 

Game starts at 7:00 PM Friday.

Please remember to RSVP so we won't run out of beer.

 

Bob

Re: Game Night, 5/30/2014, 7:00 pm

The Tin Dictator <TinDictator@...>
 

Well, SOMEBODY said the​y wanted me to wait.
Maybe it was Dave since he's in Alaska this week?
 
 


On Wed, May 28, 2014 at 8:36 AM, E Jones ekj2908@... [Table_Top_Gaming_Society] <Table_Top_Gaming_Society@...> wrote:
 

Bob, it's ok with me to fight Munich if I'm not there.  I don't mind at all.  In fact it might go better if I'm not there to roll dice.  I might even put my eye out with a bayonet!

Ed


Re: Game Night, 5/30/2014, 7:00 pm

Ed
 

Bob, it's ok with me to fight Munich if I'm not there.  I don't mind at all.  In fact it might go better if I'm not there to roll dice.  I might even put my eye out with a bayonet!

Ed

Re: Game Night, 5/30/2014, 7:00 pm

Robert Huffman <robert8414@...>
 


I heard someone suggest we do Waterloo.... any chance for doing this battle? I'd LOVE to be involved with that!

Rob


From: "TinDictator@... [Table_Top_Gaming_Society]"
To: Table_Top_Gaming_Society@...
Sent: Tuesday, May 27, 2014 4:57 PM
Subject: [Table_Top_Gaming_Society] Re: Game Night, 5/30/2014, 7:00 pm

 
Ed will not be able to make it to game night this Friday.
Since his troops are involved in the Munich battle, he has requested that we wait to fight it until next game night. That seems reasonable. But, since that's the last campaign battle for week 4, we'll need to do a substitute game.
 
If anyone wishes to volunteer to run a game, I'll happily provide the table and whatever troops I have, depending on the game.
 
If no-one volunteers, I'll put something together and you'll all be surprised.
 
Bob
 

 


Re: Game Night, 5/30/2014, 7:00 pm

TinDictator@...
 

Ed will not be able to make it to game night this Friday.

Since his troops are involved in the Munich battle, he has requested that we wait to fight it until next game night. That seems reasonable. But, since that's the last campaign battle for week 4, we'll need to do a substitute game.

 

If anyone wishes to volunteer to run a game, I'll happily provide the table and whatever troops I have, depending on the game.

 

If no-one volunteers, I'll put something together and you'll all be surprised.

 

Bob

 


 

Re: Battle of 1st Newbury, 5/24/2014, 11:00 am

Robert Huffman <robert8414@...>
 

If anyone needs help painting figures, I can certainly help you out. Let me know.


Rob Huffman



On Sunday, May 25, 2014 7:41 AM, "TinDictator@... [Table_Top_Gaming_Society]" wrote:


 
I uploaded about a dozen pictures from yesterday's game.
The Battle of 1st Newbury.
 
Thanks to Al for running the game and showing us the rules.
 
Bob