Thanksgiving 2016 Gaming Bonanza

Thanksgiving has come and gone, and I had quite an eclectic range of gaming experiences over the four day holiday.

On Friday, some of the guys from my game club came over to play our first games of Star Wars Imperial Assault. We had an awesome time, with Wes playing the fiendish forces of the Imperials, while Tom, Rod and I played the plucky rebels. We’ll definitely be playing more of this soon, I can see it becoming a club staple.

Saturday saw the club’s annual Tanksgiving battle, this year being an Arab Israeli wars battle. I didn’t participate, but got the chance to take some pics of the impressive terrain set-up before everyone blew each other up!

With the long weekend drawing to a close, I took some time to spend Sunday evening painting my first stand of AWI minis. Honestly, they aren’t my greatest work, but I am desperate to get them on the table as soon as possible for some Black Powder battles, so I cut more corners than usual. Once I get more painted, I will put together a more dedicated post.

Oh and I got a Black Friday deal on Blood Bowl,  but that’s a story for another day!

Star Wars Imperial Assault

Star Wars Imperial Assault

Star Wars Imperial Assault

Star Wars Imperial Assault

Star Wars Imperial Assault

Star Wars Imperial Assault

Flames of War - Tanksgiving 2016

Flames of War – Tanksgiving 2016

Flames of War - Tanksgiving 2016

Flames of War – Tanksgiving 2016

Flames of War - Tanksgiving 2016

Flames of War – Tanksgiving 2016

Flames of War - Tanksgiving 2016

Flames of War – Tanksgiving 2016

British Redcoats from Warlord Games

British Redcoats from Warlord Games

British Redcoats from Warlord Games

British Redcoats from Warlord Games

British Redcoats from Warlord Games

British Redcoats from Warlord Games

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2 thoughts on “Thanksgiving 2016 Gaming Bonanza

  1. Tanksgiving was fun as always. Despite what you think your red coats look great. But don’t cut corners in a rush to have them painted. You are only going to paint them once, do it right. There is no hurry to finish painting them as you are well ahead of the rest of us.

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