Friday, 23 August 2019

Other people's Portable Wargame battle reports: Yet another Colonial imagi-nations battle!

Maudlin Jack Tar has been one of my regular blog readers for a long time, and has been using THE PORTABLE WARGAME rules almost since they were published. I recently read one of his battle reports on his blog, PROJECTS AND PROCRASTINATION, and liked it so much that I asked his permission to share some of his photographs with other regular blog readers.

He fought his battle using some wonderful figures on a squared grid, and as the first photograph shows, it really has the look of a Morschauser wargame!

The battle saw the forces of Albionia taking on the might of her erstwhile allies, the Uqbalistanis.

It was an exciting little battle, and I recommend a visit to PROJECTS AND PROCRASTINATION to read the battle report.

Please note that the photographs featured above are © Maudlin Jack Tar.


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    1. Maudlin Jack Tar,

      I spent some time today reading your earlier battle reports, and enjoyed every one of them. I look forward to seeing future ones.

      All the best,


  2. That could just about be a Rajistan (RED) vs Turkowaz (TURQUOISE) action. Almost...! But the former are not doing so well as Albionia did here in their attempt to conquer Medifluvia... A bit more 'formal' in appearance than my own set-up, and looking fine with it!

    1. Archduke Piccolo,

      I find the look of this battle Outs me in mind of the images of Joseph Morschauser's games, and it is a serious reminder for me to get my act together and set up a wargame of my own!

      All the best,



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