Yesterday I took my Thapsus game to Partizan. I had a great time, but not nearly enough spare time to get around all the games. Below are a few that were near to our table. Tomorrow, I'll post some shots of our game.
The Bunker's Operation Thunderball (Entebbe raid) game was stunning. Those aircraft were even bigger than they look here! There was some lovely craftsmanship in this game.
Below, the Ugandan airforce.
And finally, the terminal building.
I'd love to play this scenario, someday, to see if the rules mechanics are as good as the modelling!
Next, we have David Imrie's Roman game based on "The Eagle of the Ninth", I think. The minis are terrain were painted to an exceptional standard.
The fort, below, is one of Touching Histories; I have its twin.
And finally a War of the Spanish Succession game that Goat Major and LT from WD3 were running. Lovely minis...
...and the Belgian town was to die for. But what's that in the main street? ;-)
The venue seemed very busy, and the event well run. It was an enjoyable day and I ran into quite a few people I know, largely from previous trips to Kelham. Partizan remains quite my favourite show!