Sunday, 6 November 2011

The Imagi-world begins to develop a life of its own!

I have known David Crook since the 1980s when we both took part in Eric Knowles's 'Madasahatta Campaign'. We both share an interest in late nineteenth/early twentieth century land and naval wargaming, and I was not surprised that he showed an interest in the imagi-world I have been developing over the past few weeks.

David has now used the imagi-world of 1891 as a background for a campaign of his own. He has written a very interesting scenario that will probably see the Empire of Rusland mount a punitive expedition across the border with the Sublime Sultanate of Kezia.

The full background to the scenario can be found on David's blog, A Wargaming Miscellany.


  1. Hi Bob,

    Many thanks for the mention! I am quite sure that this action will be the first of many given the current state of tension between the Czar and the Sultan!

    Of course the expeditionary force then has to make its way to the coast after the completion of its mission and I am quite sure that such a canny commander as Abulbul will make sure that the Fezian navy is alerted....

    That, as they say, is another story....;-)

    All the best,


  2. David Crook,

    It was my pleasure ... and every time there is a further 'item of interest', I will mention it here and on 'The Imagi-world of 1891' blog.

    All the best,



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