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Made in gb
Regular Dakkanaut



After the scenario post comes the AAR.

A couple of weeks ago I put up the "how to play" post and this week I've followed up with the "how it went" post.

It's a real shame that the Spanish Civil War isn't more widely covered and gamed in the UK, it really is a fascinating period of history to look into.

I've told the story through the medium of pictures for the hard of hearing.

I'm on the look out for scenario ideas too if anyone has any.

Regards Ken
The Yarkshire Gamer

Made in ca
Stoic Grail Knight

drinking tea in the snow

The angry bull was a nice touch.

It is a really interesting period, and one i wish i knew a bit more about. I have to work on that i suppose, the main thing i think i've read on it is orwell's homage to catalonia

realism is a lie
Made in gb
Regular Dakkanaut


It's one that came to my attention late in my gaming career life but is definitely one of my favourites now. So many different factions fighting for so many different reasons, crammed into two opposing sides, definitely worth looking into.

Regards Ken
The Yarkshire Gamer

Made in fr
Storm Trooper with Maglight


Where did you get these miniatures and the ruleset? That's a nice battlereport!

MVP: the crazed warriors-bullying religious bull

40k: Necrons/Imperial Guard
Bolt Action: Germany/ USA
Project Z.
Made in gb
Regular Dakkanaut


Hi, most of the figures are from Empress Miniatures whilst the rules are a home grown version of Disposable Hero's
Regards Ken

The Yarkshire Gamer

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