If there was ever a better showing of the perpetual butterfly principle that wargamers are often accused of, it would have to be this site!
Over the Easter weekend the New Zealand Nationals were held in Auckland. The event was hosted by the Auckland City Guard club and for the most part it was a good event held at a good venue. Politics and other things aside most gamers really enjoyed their tournaments and had a great time within their own microcosm.
This year I participated in the DBA tournament. For whatever reason there were only four of us. A sad showing for what is really rather a popular game. Oh well…
The competition was held in 15mm and the quality of armies on display was excellent:
The weekend reignited my commitment to a game I have been playing since 1990 – some 25 years. I have been looking glumly at a large number or unassembled Gauls from War-games Factory and Warlord games recently completely unable to face painting them to this type of standard:
These amazing figures can be found (along with so many others) over at Bennett Black-Douane’s amazing site.
But 12 elements I can handle….. Then of course it will only be 12 more to do a double army, then 12 more for a DBMM 120 point army…………….
A regular gaming opponent is assembling Victrix Romans…….