Sunday, 19 February 2017

Other people's Portable Wargames

Although I have been busy doing other things, some of my fellow wargamers – Ross Mac and Tradgardmastare in particular – have been fighting PORTABLE WARGAMEs.

The results look quite stunning, and if you haven't already done so, I would thoroughly recommend that you visit their respective bogs.

Whereas Ross Mac has been concentrating on the Colonial ...

Ross Mac's 54mm Zulus attacking some of his red-coated British troops.
... and mid twentieth century ...

Yet another major border incursion. Naryatrian forces moving into Roscian territory ... again!
... in his battles, Tradgardmastare's battle took place during the seventeenth century.

25mm Minifigs showing that they can still look good on the tabletop!

6 comments:

  1. I picked up an ebook of TPW this weekend and really enjoyed reading it. Lots of good stuff in there. You should be very pleased with the result. Ross Macs games look very good. Shows what can be done with simple effective rules in a small space.

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    1. Peter Douglas,

      Thanks for buying my book ... and I'm very pleased to read that you enjoyed reading it!

      Ross Mac seems to produce excellent battle reports, and I always look forward to reading them.

      All the best,

      Bob

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  2. Are the 17th Century rules used by the Tradgardmastre a version of the Portable Ancient rules?

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    1. Drusty,

      I'm afraid that I am not sure. The rules used by Tradgardmastare were written by Steven Page and can be found here = https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bysf8B4RL9Erc2VPcHNwdDdZenM/view?pl

      All the best,

      Bob

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    2. Drusty,

      I'm pleased to have been of help.

      All the best,

      Bob

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