If you used to follow one of my blogs that has now disappeared, sorry, but they are never going to get worked on again and have (in my mind, who else has a say?) no ideas that are super worth retaining. Most of what I have kept is because I think that the ideas are worthwhile.
So What's The Plan?
When I moved I swore that I would have a normal living room. In practice, this lead to a lot of wasted space. I don't really sit and watch a TV and when my friends come by we stay at the dinner table. So here's the new game space:
|Fully Cat Approved. A cat picture, because internet.|
Current back burnerI have a nice army of Imaginations for Not The Seven Years War, which should regularly see action in the new space. No particular plans to enlarge. See Enlightenment Imaginings
- In 28mm
- I am assembling a nice little 28mm force or two for Lion (and Dragon) Rampant and Clash of Spears. Two interesting rules sets with very different approaches to the same scale and period.
- Lets not forget the ongoing 28mm late-C15 Italians; probably Art de la Guerre.
- In 15mm, my 15mm Italian Wars army for Impetus. Deserves some love, and eventually it will get it. Pictures eventually. Mostly painted by a friend but I think that I can step up to it.
- The less attended to but still high potential projects
- Imjin war at sea. If you don't know what that is, it is well worth a look. Related, my 16th Century Mediterranean galleys. And maybe an Indian Ocean meet-up?
- My very tiny pre-dreadnaughts
- 10mm Italian Wars of Independence. ACW tactics without slaveowners.
Panzers on the Anduin
Ever since I thought it might be fun to do fantastical (but not magical) World War II, that phrase has been bouncing through my head. So the plan is to use the rules for the Columbia block game Victory, knock them into shape for a fifth age, industrialized middle earth, and use my WWII forces for tactical combat. Still inchoate, but it will get it's own blog if it really starts to roll.
My Roleplaying Experiments
I have worked through at least five rule sets for campaigns in renaissance Italy and now third century Rome. The most recent games are ongoing, and I think it might me worth a blog to record and reflect on the whole experience.
It is traditional at the point to apologize for the paucity of blog posts and resolve that there will be regular updates in the future. Let's be real BUT I think it would be good for me to do something every week on at least one blog, and I have recently been doing things that are good for me. We'll see how it goes.