Saturday, August 31, 2013

Muskets and Tomahawks

Had a cracking 400 point aside game of Muskets and Tomahawks against Mark Piper Thursday night. We both had about 45 figures a side. Each side had two units of Indians (6), two units of irregulars (6-8) and two units of regulars (10) plus one regular leader. I need to paint up my Indian village and lots of civilians and a few other bits and pieces to add to what I have. All painted figures have been bought from Andrew Parr who seems to know my every wargaming weakness. 







British and French regulars face off. This was a fierce battle with the French gaining the upper hand but with only 5 figures remained from the original 20.

6 comments:

Christopher(aka Axebreaker) said...

Lovely looking table and Andrew is an excellent painter!

Christopher

Vinnie said...

Another great looking game and table Scott...some of that terrian does look simular or from my collection??

Scott Robertson said...

Thanks guys a very simple table to put together. Yes Vinny 2 of the buildings and the walled orchard are the ones you left here early this year when we did the large ACW game. 12 months means they stay here doesn't it?

Vinnie said...

Ha! That's right I forgot about your house rules...happy for them to have sleep overs mate.

Cheers

Vinnie

Tom Young said...

The whole table looks kick butt! But that river is totally assume!! Nice river and game!!

Tom

Scott Robertson said...

The river are the ones that were available from Gale Force Nine (FOW). I think they have stopped making them but the ones from Pegasus Models are just as good.