After picking up some supplies from the vendor hall I was able to claim a spot in a Zombie Apocalypse game.
|A stray round ignited the fuel tank on one of the parked cars. After it exploded the zombies swarmed through the gap.|
An astounding horde of 200 zombies surges past a makeshift barricade of cars, with only a few bands of gun toting national guard, police officers, concerned citizens and the A-Team standing in their way. This game was great, tension mounting as zombies broke through our lines, and lots of humor in the various cards and factions.
|My cops and the local medieval reenactors are surrounded |
by a flood of zombies towards the end of the game.
My next game was a straight up fight between viking raiders and some dark ages knights. The game was run using "Rules by Ral", a simple, single page of rules for medieval combat. The battlefield was littered with thin lines of wood, trails and a village.
My Norman mercenaries got bogged down trying to capture a pair of towers guarding the enemy village.
|Enemy Teutonic knights arrived as reinforcements|
All in all, a fun, beer-and-pretzels game.
While I only got to play two games, there were a ton of great set ups.
|Whaling ships stalking Moby Dick. Great concept for a game!|
|The Great White Whale diving. There were two other models off table, a surfacing Moby and fully surfaced Mody.|
|Ancient Greeks with mythical overtones. Neat looking game, and my 5 year old was FASCINATED with this game.|
|Pulp action in the arctic|
|Great looking yeti, towers over 28mm figs. Who's the manufacturer?|
Back home I got to work on some of my projects
|Just need to finish up the basing on the Norman cavalry|
|Dwarven Forge dungeon tiles ready for paintin'|