The view across the room as the club gathers for the August Game Night.
Despite the ongoing constraints catalogued in recent posts, there are still interludes of hobby activity. This last Friday, I headed out to our club's monthly Game Night, which will be the subject of this post. Unfortunately, I don't have details of the course of the particular games, so this will be more of a "virtual visit" on the general goings on. As usual, you may clix pix for BIG PIX in this post.
Greg (standing) ran a 28mm Great Northern War game (Swedes v Russians) using his modified Test of Resolve rules.
Greg is known for his superb figures and presentation, and this game lived up to expectations.
Bob O (briefing players, above) ran the second game, a 15mm Battle of Plevna game (Russo Turkish War) using his innovative set of modifications for Command and Colors.
AJ, seated at right, put on the third game, a Clash of Spears game pitting Romans against Carthaginians.
In our club, we generally have someone bring a "stand bye" fourth game (something that is easily transportable and a light setup) just in case we have a heavy turnout and need more seats. That (happily) was the case this last game night. With 24 gamers in the room, the August Game Night was august, indeed! We needed a the fourth, overflow, game, and Gordon (seated at left) stepped up in grand on short notice to set up and run a Star Wars Armada game.