Tag Archives: AAR

Deluxe afternoon

We had an opportunity to play a scenario from WO18, Deluxe scenario Dew of Death which pitted Japanese against Chinese, a run through situation spiced up with poison gas. Chinese 1st class troops have certain disadvantages even without the harassing … Continue reading

Posted in AAR, ASL, Boardgames | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Game weekend – War of The Ring

We had an opportunity to play four player game of War of the ring. Preluded with a bit of a movie marathon, we got the game to the table. Six hours later, after many twists and turns it turned out … Continue reading

Posted in AAR, Boardgames, Fantasy | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

Game Weekend II – Blast from the past

Very seldom do we get on a table so visually appealing, and fantastically executed game as Age of Napoleon. By no means it is very grande scale, but what it does, it really does well indeed. Five hours, full scenario, … Continue reading

Posted in AAR, Boardgames | Tagged , , , | 5 Comments

Non-Epic X-wing

These days what constitutes an X-wing game is following: Build a fleet that is potentially interesting to play, then realize that the opposition has opted to choose some highly optimized list from some tournament circles. Next step is to start … Continue reading

Posted in AAR, Boardgames, X-wing | Tagged , | 11 Comments

X-wing, another epic

I have tried to like X-wing, and especially I have tried to like the Epic. That said, in our most recent game our Rebel faction decided not to take the CR-90, full aware that opponent would take both Raider and … Continue reading

Posted in AAR, X-wing | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Summer came – Summer went…

It’s been remarkably busy season for anything else but actual wargaming. Of course some of that has been fitted in, but paints have been in the shelfs for past few months. Meanwhile I did finally collect my old ASL collection … Continue reading

Posted in AAR, Ancient warfare, Successors | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment


Strong Austro-Hungarian brigade with limited cavalry support ¬†was garrisoning two towns somewhere in rural Austria. Having fortified two towns with artillery and garrisons, and establishing defensive perimeter around well suited terrains the Austrian commanders were confident that French would not … Continue reading

Posted in AAR, Drums and Shakos Large Battles, Scenery | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment