A place to share my thoughts on miniature wargaming, reviews of rules and miniatures, and comments on board and card games, RPGs (and anything else that takes my fancy!)
Fantastic looking pictures and minis!Phil.
great looking gamePeace James
Cracking looking game, who makes the buildings?Where you using any formal solo rules on movement and orders or a gentleman's agreement with yourself?CheersStu
Thanks. The all the large buildings are all from The Colonial Steamboat Company and the smaller (whiter) additions and walls are from Tablescape.In this case I was using a bit of a "gentleman's agreement" as the Mutineers were simply defending and didn't require too much in the way of strategy. I generally work out a rough plan for the defenders and then play the attackers but the rules make a big difference to how that works out (the Two Hour Wargames reaction rules are by far the best I've found to date) - it's never quite the same as having a real player on the other side though.
Your not wrong.I will take a look at the Colonial Steamboat guys.CheersStu
He sometimes has buildings on eBay - so that's worth a look too.