New! David has posted his photos and comments from both battles:
First -- http://murdocksmarauders.blogspot.ca/2015/09/warr-without-and-enemie-battle-of.html
Second -- http://murdocksmarauders.blogspot.ca/2015/10/warr-without-enemie-battle-of-whalley.html
|Most Royalist troops start at rest in the Town.|
We used the "Warr Without an Enemie" rules from the Wyre Forest Wargames Club . . . including the scenario for the Battle of Whalley (which is included in the rules as well as online).
|Cavalry with 5 DPs moving over bridge.|
Above you can see some Royalist cavalry moving over a bridge. The dark rectangle on the left of the image contains its (currently hidden) Orders. The white square with the red "5" indicates that this unit already has five "disruption points" . . . (note that the opposite side has the numbers 1 through 4 on different sides so that it can be used to show how "disrupted" the unit currently is).
Because of the "mind fog" that my meds create, I only hosted the games and tried to somewhat follow them. Once my chemo is over I hope to play myself.
I will leave it to the others to post their photos and accounts since they were both mentally sharper and are better photographers. When available I will add links to their photos and accounts.
|From behind Parliamentary lines mid-battle.|
Looking forward to reading the Whalley BatRep.ReplyDelete
In the meantime, take care of yourself, my friend.