They don’t bite – honest.


Here are the promised other pictures from our regular Monday club night (November 2nd).

Here we have some of the RPG players. The don’t bite – honest!

RPG group

I think they are playing D&D - yes the original one

Next up a bit of 40k . . .

40k game (01)

Tau vs Ultramarines

40k (02)

Tau vs Ultramarines (again)

There was also a competition game going on. Lizards vs Orcs & Goblins.

Engine of the Gods

Dave's Orcs give Daiv's Engine of the Gods a wide berth.

And finally a game of Agricola. A family of 5 and a big stone house FTW!

Agricola

Lots of serious pondering going on

Club night pictures


Here are some pictures taken by club member Steve Welch during Monday’s meeting. As you can see there was a lot going on.

So many games

So many games

GW games were well represented, with two Warhammer games, and one 40K game being played.

First up we have Rob’s High Elves waiting to be smashed by John’s Warriors of Chaos.

It's looking good so far . . .

It's looking good so far . . .

Next we have Ogre vs Dwarves. Some more paint required on those Dwarves . . .

The Giant charges forward

The Giant charges forward

The 40k game was Dark Angels vs Nids. I’m not sure who won, but Mike the Nid player was stilling smiling afterwards, but he may just be of a cheerful disposition.

Dreadnought vs Carnifex

Dreadnought vs Carnifex

The swarm approaches

The swarm approaches

Next up we have a shot of Dave, Stephen, Ove & Agnes playing Smallworld.

Dave explains the rules

Dave explains the rules

And then there’s the Roleplayers. They don’t bite (much).

Roleplaying

Roleplaying

I’m not sure if the Fields of Glory players bite, but they do put plenty of lead on the table. Medieval Germans vs Poles (I think).

Fields of Glory

Fields of Glory

And finally a WWII game using the Peter Guilder rules. Somewhere in Russia 1943 . . .

The Soviets prepare to assault.

The Soviets advance

The Soviets advance

The T-34's attack

The T-34's attack

A German 88 attempts to stem the tide

A German 88 attempts to stem the tide

The Soviets breakthrough

The Soviets breakthrough