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The following represents a list of events where Carnage&GloryII games will be run, either as demonstration or participation events:

If you or your gaming group are planning to run events at these or other venues throughout the US or elsewhere in the World, please feel free to e-mail the author so that I can include them here in the Events List.

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Fall-In 2015 Lancaster Host, PA

This year the team will host fifteen events total.

All the events are scheduled to run in the Marietta room, except S326 and S327,which are scheduled for the Ballroom.

We'll see you there.

 

F: 236 Brandywine, September 11, 1777: Cornwallis' Assault

Fri, 10:00:00 AM, 4 Hrs, 6 Players

GM: David Bonk and Carnage and Glory

Prize: Sash and Saber Gift Certificate

Period: American War for Independence, Scale: 40mm

After a grueling pre dawn march the cream of the British Army prepares to assault Sullivan's, Stephen's and Sterling's hastily deployed American forces and roll up

the American Army defending the Brandywine River crossings.

 

F: 279 June 16, 1815, The Advance From Marchienne -

Theme

Fri, 10:00:00 AM, 4 Hrs, 6 Players

GM: Nigel Marsh and Carnage and Glory

Period: Napoleonic, Scale: 28mm

A fictional engagement based upon the forces engaged in the historical Waterloo campaign of 1815. Having crossed the Sambre, the advance guard of Reille's corps

encounters the first Allied defensive positions.

 

F: 239 Battle Of Hanging Rock

Fri, 11:00:00 AM, 4 Hrs, 6 Players

GM: Robert Mccaskill and Carnage and Glory

Period: American War for Independence, Scale: 40mm

Colonel Thomas Sumter leads the North Carolina and South Carolina militia in an attack on the British forces at Hanging Rock, South Carolina. Will Major Cardin with the Prince of Wales Volunteers, the Royal North Carolina Loyalist, the British Legion and the North Carolina Volunteers beat back the Americans? Or will they run for the safety of the stockade at Camden?

 

F: 157 June 16, 1815, The Advance From Marchienne -

Theme

Fri, 4:00:00 PM, 5 Hrs, 6 Players

GM: John Snead and Carnage and Glory

Period: Napoleonic, Scale: 28mm

A fictional engagement based upon the forces engaged in the historical Waterloo campaign of 1815. Having crossed the Sambre, the advance guard of Reille's corps

encounters the first Allied defensive positions.

 

F: 152 Lobau's Left Hook, Hundred Days Campaign -

Theme

Fri, 6:00:00 PM, 4 Hrs, 6 Players

GM: Jeffrey Ball and Carnage and Glory

Period: Napoleonic, Scale: 28mm

In this Hundred Days Campaign historical variant, Lobau and his 6th Corps are given a different assignment: start Waterloo with an attack against the British flank west of

Hougomont to draw off reserves and starve Hougomont of support and reinforcement.

 

F: 237 Brandywine, September 11, 1777: Cornwallis' Assault

Fri, 6:00:00 PM, 4 Hrs, 6 Players

GM: David Bonk and Carnage and Glory

Prize: Sash and Saber Gift Certificate

Period: American War for Independence, Scale: 40mm

After a grueling pre dawn march the cream of the British Army prepares to assault Sullivan's, Stephen's and Sterling's hastily deployed American forces and roll up

the American Army defending the Brandywine River crossings

 

S: 238 Fire In The Steppe: Relief Of Lvov, August 1675- First Contact

Sat, 10:00:00 AM, 4 Hrs, 6 Players

GM: David Bonk and Carnage and Glory

Period: Pike & Shot, Scale: 28mm

In response to the Turkish thrust towards Lvov a Polish strike force is dispatched to destroy the Turkish siege train marching slowly across the Steppe. Results from

the morning game will be used in the evening game.

 

S: 280 The Advance From Frasnes, June 16 1815 - Theme

Sat, 10:00:00 AM, 4 Hrs, 6 Players

GM: Nigel Marsh and Carnage and Glory

Period: Napoleonic, Scale: 28mm

A fictional engagement based upon the forces engaged in the historical Waterloo campaign of 1815. The morning has seen scattered allied resistance, but the

pressure on the French forces is beginning to increase, can the French maintain their earlier momentum, or will they falter?

 

S: 282 Kelly's Run - Fall, 1862

Sat, 10:00:00 AM, 4 Hrs, 6 Players

GM: Kelly Marsh and Carnage and Glory

Period: American Civil War, Scale: 28mm

A contingent of Confederates are about to surprise a Union encampment alongside a small creek, known as Kelly's Run. The greater surprise for the Union forces may be that an element of the attacking force have distinctly English accents.

 

S: 348 Lafayette Gets His Chance!

Sat, 11:00:00 AM, 4 Hrs, 6 Players

GM: Richard Mentch and Carnage and Glory

Period: American War for Independence, Scale: 28mm

In this "What If?" scenario, we propose that LaFayette remained in command of the American advance guard as June came to a close in the early summer of 1778. He will lead the strike against the rear of the British column as they move across the Jerseys heading for Sandy Hook and New York City.

 

S: 158 The Battle For Grote Hut; 19 June 1815 - Theme

Sat, 4:00:00 PM, 6 Hrs, 8 Players

GM: John Snead and Carnage and Glory

Period: Napoleonic, Scale: 28mm

An ad-hoc rear guard of the Anglo-Allied Army try to fight off the pursuing French during a rear guard action on the outskirts of Brussels. Will the Prussians show up to assist? A fictional battle of the retreat after the C&G Waterloo 2015 event, using the forces engaged in the historical Waterloo campaign of 1815.

 

S: 281 The Advance From Frasnes, June 16 1815 - Theme

Sat, 4:00:00 PM, 4 Hrs, 6 Players

GM: Nigel Marsh and Carnage and Glory

Period: Napoleonic, Scale: 28mm

A fictional engagement based upon the forces engaged in the historical Waterloo campaign of 1815. The morning has seen scattered allied resistance, but the

pressure on the French forces is beginning to increase, can the French maintain their earlier momentum, or will they falter?

 

S: 326 Carnage And Glory: Hold The Crossroads 1862 - Theme

Sat, 5:00:00 PM, 2 Hrs, 8 Players

GM: Frank Luberti and New York Wargamers Association

Sponsor: Brigade Games,

Period: American Civil War, Scale: 25mm

Union and Confederate forces clash over a strategic crossroads. Division level game based on actual events using the carnage and glory computer moderated rules system, modified for this scenario. Warning: there will be dice in this game! find out why an ACW game is listed as a "100 days campaign" theme game. Novices, children with adults, rules lawyers and GMs looking for revenge welcome. Kid friendly game. Parent/Child teams welcome.

 

S: 308 Lafayette Gets His Chance!

Sat, 6:00:00 PM, 4 Hrs, 6 Players

GM: Richard Mentch and Carnage and Glory

Period: American War for Independence, Scale: 28mm

In this "What If?" scenario, we propose that LaFayette remained in command of the American advance guard as June came to a close in the early summer of 1778. He will lead the strike against the rear of the British column as they move across the Jerseys heading for Sandy Hook and New York City.

 

S: 327 Carnage And Glory: Crossroads Counterattack 1862 - Theme

Sat, 8:00:00 PM, 2 Hrs, 8 Players

GM: Tom Cusa and Connecticut Game Club

Sponsor: Brigade Games,

Period: American Civil War, Scale: 25mm

Union and Confederate forces clash over a strategic crossroads. Division level game based on actual events using the Carnage and Glory computer moderated rules system, modified for this scenario. WARNING: there will be dice in this game! Find out why an ACW game is listed as a "100 Days Campaign" theme game. Novices, children with adults, rules lawyers and GMs looking for revenge welcome. Kid friendly game. Parent/Child teams welcome.

 

Historicon July 18-21, 2015 Fredericksburg Convention Center, VA

This year the team hosted nineteen events total; including nine Napoleonic/French Revolutionary War, three American War of Independence, three American Civil War, one Seven Years War, one Mexican-American War and two Great Northern War.

 

Thursday 10 AM: American War of Independence

T-120

Battle of Eutaw Springs

 

Thursday 10 AM: Napoleonic

T-140

Quatre Bras (in reverse) 16 June 1815

GM: Jeff Ball; Scale: 28mm; Players: 8/ 5 hrs.

 

Thursday 2 PM: American Civil War

T-139

Early morning scout

GM: Tom Cusa; Scale: 25mm; Players: 8 / 4 hrs.

 

Thursday 4 PM: Napoleonic

T-146

Waterloo - The Prussians Are Coming!

GM: John Snead; Scale: 25mm; Players: 6 / 5 hrs.

 

Thursday 5 PM: Napoleonic

T-141

Quatre Bras (in reverse) 16 June 1815

GM: Jeff Ball; Scale: 28mm; Players: 8 / 4 hrs.

 

Thursday 6 PM: Mexican-American War

T-132

Battle of Chapultepec

GM: Guy Gormley; Scale: 25mm; Players: 6 / 4 hrs.

 

Friday 10 AM: Napoleonic

F-117

Perponcher’s Gamble - Phase I of Quatre Bras.

GM: Greg Robitaille; Scale: 15mm; Players: 4 / 6 hrs.

 

Friday 2 PM: American Civil War

F-130

Slaughter’s Mountain

GM: Guy Gormley; Scale: 54mm; Players: 6 / 2 hrs.

 

Friday 4 PM: Napoleonic

F-118

A change in the Tide - Phase II of Quatre Bras.

GM: Greg Robitaille; Scale: 15mm; Players: 6 / 6 hrs.

 

Friday 6 PM: American War of Independence

F-119

Germantown, 1777

GM: Richard Mentch; Scale: 25mm; Players: 6 / 4 hrs.

 

Friday 6 PM: Napoleonic

F-148

The Battle of Wildon, 1809

GM: Lyle Bickley; Scale: 25mm; Players: 6 / 4 hrs.

 

Friday 7 PM: Napoleonic

F-144

Pursuit to Mondovi

GM: Tom Garnett; Scale: 28mm; Players: 6 / 5 hrs.

 

Saturday 10 AM: American War of Independence

S-143

Greene’s Assault

GM: Richard Mentch; Scale: 28mm; Players: 6 / 4 hrs.

 

Saturday 10 AM: Great Northern War

S-126

Battle of Tarnow, 1706

GM: David Bonk; Scale: 28mm; Players: 6 / 4hrs.

 

Saturday 11 AM: American Civil War

S-131

Slaughter’s Mountain

GM: Guy Gormley; Scale: 54mm; Players: 6 / 2 hrs.

 

Saturday Noon: Napoleonic

S-145

Battle for Dego

GM: Tom Garnett; Scale: 28mm; Players: 6 / 5 hrs.

 

Saturday 4 PM: Seven Years War

S-147

Prussians vs. Austrians, Summer 1757

GM: John Snead; Scale: 15mm; Players: 8 / 6 hrs.

 

Saturday 7 PM: Great Northern War

S-123

Battle of Tarnow, 1706 Saxon Relief

GM: David Bonk; Scale: 28mm; Players: 6 / 4 hrs.

 

Saturday 7 PM: Napoleonic

S-142

Battle for Dego

GM: Tom Garnett; Scale: 28mm; Players: 6 / 5 hrs.

 

Waterloo Commemorative Game, June 12-14, 2015, West Point Museum, NY.

For the last twelve months, and with the assistance of good friends and my awesome wife, I've been working towards hosting a Battle of Waterloo Commemorative game. The game will be held on Saturday June 13 in the Heavy Weapons Gallery of the West Point Museum [special thanks to Brian Rayca for all his behind the scenes assistance]. The terrain has been custom built, based upon the Fortescue and Google maps, and uses 180 SF [18 sq meters] of teddy bear fur. The figures will be 28 mm, and the ground scale will be 3"=100 paces. There will be twenty-four players, three game masters and three assistant game masters. There will be three tables, representing the action around Hougoumont, the action between La Haye Sainte and Smohain, and the action around the Bois de Paris and Plancenoit. The historically recorded front lines will be represented for the initial setup, however, the placement and timing of the commitments of the various reserve forces will be made by the players, potentially being non-historical. The results of each separate action will be combined into one OB upon conclusion of the games, and an overall battle of Waterloo result will be determined. Below are a series of photos of the terrain. The Museum is open to the public between the hours of 10 AM and 4:30 PM, if you're in the neighborhood and would like to check out the progress, please drop by:

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Hougoumont

 

 

Cold Wars, March 5-8, 2015, Lancaster Host, PA.

For those of you interested there will be fifteen [15] events scheduled for Cold Wars. Most of the events [Frank ?] will be hosted in the Marietta Room:

 

A big thank you, in advance, to the GM's including Peter Lowitt, Lyle Bickley, Rich Mentch, David Bonk, John Snead and Frank Luberti, for all the dedication, hard work and effort - much appreciated.

 

Periods covered include, War of 1812 [2], ECW [2], AWI [6], ACW [3] and Napoleonic [3].

David Bonk will also be using the Beta version of the C&GII "On Campaign" system, featuring the Trenton campaign [see his earlier posting to the group].

 

The full list of games are:

 

F-180 - The Battle of New Orleans, 1815

Fri. 9:00 AM, 4 hrs, 6 players

GM: Peter Lowitt War of 1812 25/28mm

 

F-169 - Tipton Green, June 1644

Fri. 10:00 AM, 4 hrs, 6 players

GM: Nigel Marsh Pike and Shot 28mm

 

F-178 - Battle of Leyland's Farm [Cancelled]

Fri. 10:00 AM

GM: Rob McCaskill AWI 40mm

 

F-179 - Battle at Kistner Creek - Theme Game

Fri. 12:00 PM, 4 hrs, 6 players

GM: Lyle Bickley American Civil War 25/28mm

 

F-183 - Save the Guns!

Fri. 3:00 PM, 4 hrs, 6 players

GM: Richard Mentch AWI 25/28mm,

 

F-170 - Thuin May, 1815

Fri. 4:00 PM, 4 hrs, 6 players

GM: Nigel Marsh Napoleonic 28mm

 

F-175 - Trenton Campaign, December, 1776

First Battle

Fri. 6:00 PM, 4 hrs, 6 players

GM: David Bonk Sponsor: Sash and Saber AWI 40mm

 

F-184 - Save the Guns!

Fri. 7:00 PM, 4 hrs, 6 players

GM: Richard Mentch AWI 25/28mm

 

S-171 - Thuin May, 1815

Sat. 10:00 AM, 4 hrs, 6 players

GM: Nigel Marsh Napoleonic 28mm

 

S-181 - The Battle of Sacket's Harbor 1813

Sat. 11:00 AM, 4 hrs, 6 players

GM: Peter Lowitt War of 1812 25/28mm

 

S-176 - Trenton Campaign, December, 1776,

Second Battle

Sat. 12:00 PM, 3 hrs, 6 players

GM: David Bonk Sponsor: Sash and Saber AWI 40mm

 

S-168 - The Battle of Thannville June 1815

Sat. 4:00 PM, 6 hrs, 10 players

GM: John Snead Napoleonic 28mm

 

S-292 - Texas Campaign 1865 - Theme Game

Sat. 4:00 PM, 2 hrs, 6 players

GM: Frank Luberti and Connecticut Game Club

Sponsor: Brigade Games American Civil War 25mm 

 

S-172 - Tipton Green, June 1644

Sat. 6:00 PM, 4 hrs, 6 players

GM: Nigel Marsh Pike and Shot 28mm

 

S-293 - Texas Campaign 1865 - Theme Game

Sat. 6:00 PM, 1 hrs, 12 players

GM: John Spiess and New York Wargamers Association

Sponsor: Brigade Games American Civil War 25mm

 

S-177 - Trenton Campaign, December, 1776

Third Battle

Sat. 7:00 PM, 4 hrs, 6 players

GM: David Bonk Sponsor: Sash and Saber AWI 40mm

 

Historicon July 17-20, 2013 Fredericksburg Convention Center, VA

This year the team will host twenty events total; including eight Napoleonic, two French Revolutionary War, one American War of Independence, four American Civil War, one Seven Years War and four Pike and Shot. Games will use figures of all scales from 15 through 54mm. Along with the GM old guard we will be joined by several new[ish] GM's, including Lyle Bickley, Guy Gormley Sr, and Jeff Ball, I know they'd appreciate your support........

 

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My American Civil War event - 28 mm

Thursday:

T-377: NAP – 1813 Campaign: 40mm 12 PM [GM David Bonk]

T-371: NAP – Ney’s Attack – Battle of Friedland, 1807: 28mm 3 PM [GM Jeff Ball]

T-364: NAP – La Rothiere, 1 Feb 1814: 28mm 4 PM [GM John Snead]

 

Friday:

F-373: Pike & Shot – Battle of the Boyne, 1690: 28mm 9 AM [GM Jeff Ball]

F-378: NAP – 1813 Campaign: 40mm 9 AM [GM David Bonk]

F-366: ACW – Western Theater, May 1864: 28mm 10 AM [GM Nigel P. Marsh]

F-374: Pike & Shot – Battle of the Boyne, 1690: 28mm 1 PM [GM Jeff Ball]

F-367: ACW – Western Theater, May 1864: 28mm 2 PM [GM Nigel P. Marsh]

F-382: NAP – The Battle of Montanas Verdes: 28mm 5 PM [GM Lyle Bickley]

F-379: NAP – 1813 Campaign: 40mm 6 PM [GM David Bonk]

F-357: FRev – Mortier’s Attack - Zurich, 1799: 28mm 7 PM [GM Tom Garnett]

F-359: ACW – Slaughter’s Mountain, 1862: 54mm 8 PM [GM Guy Gormley]. Introductory/Kid Friendly event.

 

Saturday:

S-368: ECW – English Civil War, May 1644: 28mm 10 AM [GM Nigel P. Marsh]

S-363: SYW – Prussians vs. Austrians, 1757: 15mm 10 AM [GM John Snead]

S-358: FRev – Russian Left Wing - Zurich, 1799: 28mm 10 AM [GM Tom Garnett]

S-360: ACW – Slaughter’s Mountain, 1862: 54mm 10 AM [GM Guy Gormley]. Introductory/Kid Friendly event.

S-380: NAP – 1813 Campaign: 40mm 11 AM [GM David Bonk]

S-369: ECW – English Civil War, May 1644: 28mm 4 PM [GM Nigel P. Marsh]

S-365: NAP – La Rothiere, 1 Feb 1814: 28mm 5 PM [GM John Snead]

S-381: AWI – Guilford Courthouse, 1781: 40mm 6 PM [GM Bob McCaskill]

 

Periods Covered:

ECW – Two events

Pike & Shot – Two events

SYW – One event

AWI – One event

FRev – Two events

NAP – Eight events

ACW – Four events

 

Gamemasters:

David Bonk [4 events]

Jeff Ball [3 events]

John Snead [3 events]

Nigel P. Marsh [4 events]

Lyle Bickley [1 event]

Tom Garnett [2 events]

Guy Gormley [2 events]

Bob McCaskill [1 event]

 

Cold Wars, March 6-9, 2014, Lancaster Host, PA.

This year the team will hosted thirteen events total; including two French and Indian War, one War of 1812, two French Revolutionary War, three Napoleonic, two American War of Independence, and three American Civil War. The pictures below were taken from David Bonks AWI 40 mm events - in my opinion the best looking of the C&GII games at the convention.

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Friday:

NAP [War of 1812] - Those Must be Regulars, By God!: F-167; 28mm 10 AM [GM Peter Lowitt]

ACW - Demonstration on Dalton, February 1864 - Part I: F-235; 28mm 10 AM [GM Nigel P. Marsh]

NAP [Rev]- Oberalp Pass - Switzerland, 24 September 1799: F-240; 28mm 6 PM [GM Tom Garnett]

NAP - Carnage and Glory, February 1814 - Part I: F-233; 28mm 6 PM [GM John Snead]

ACW - Demonstration on Dalton, February 1864 - Part II: F-236; 28mm 6 PM [GM Nigel P. Marsh]

 

Saturday:

NAP [Rev] - Devil's Bridge - Switzerland 25 September 1800: S-241; 28mm 10 AM [GM Tom Garnett]

NAP - Carnage and Glory, February 1814 - Part II: S-232; 28mm 10 AM [GM Nigel P. Marsh]

AWI - Meeting engagement, 1778, morning: S-244; 40mm 11 AM [GM David Bonk]

NAP - Carnage and Glory, February 1814 - Part III: S-234; 28mm 5 PM [Nigel P. Marsh/John Snead]

FIW - Carnage and Glory: The Ambush - 1758: S-137; 28mm 7 PM [GM Frank Luberti, Jr]

AWI - Meeting engagement, 1778, afternoon: S-243; 40mm 7 PM [GM David Bonk]

ACW - Battle at Kistner's Farm - June 1863: S-242; 28mm 7 PM [GM Lyle Bickley]

FIW - Carnage and Glory: The Retreat--1758: S-138; 28mm 9 PM [Frank Luberti/Tom Cusa]

 

Fall-In 2013 Lancaster Host, PA

This year the team will host fifteen events total; including four Napoleonic, three French Revolutionary War, four American War of Independence, two American Civil War, one Seven Years War and one English Civil War events. A big thank you to Bob and team, John, Kelly, Tom  G, Frank and Tom C for all their hard work and effort to help host this latest collection of events. The four Napoleonic events represent a mini-campaign, where the losses from the first three events will be incorporated into the orders of battle of the final battle, which runs on Saturday evening at 5 PM.

All the events, except two [F-224 and F225], are scheduled to run in the Marietta room.

We'll see you there.

 

Friday:

AWI - Hobirk's Hill: Event F-274; 28mm; 11 AM: [GM Bob McCaskill and team]

NAP - The Austrian Advance, August 1813: Event F-282; 28mm; Noon: [GM Nigel P. Marsh]

AWI - Foraging action outside Yorktown: Event F-273; 28mm; 5 PM: [GM Bob McCaskill and team]

SYW - Prelude to Kolin, June 18, 1757: Event F-280; 15mm; 6 PM: [GM Nigel P. Marsh]

NAP - The Russian Advance, August 1813: Event F-271; 28mm; 6 PM: [GM John B. Snead]

AWI - The Hill, 1775: Event F-224; 28mm; 6 PM: [GM Frank Luberti Jr]

REV - The Battle of Novi - The Austrian attack: Event F-275; 28mm; 7 PM: [GM Tom Garnett]

AWI - The Hill, 1775: Event F-225; 28mm; 8 PM: [GM Frank Luberti Jr]

 

Saturday:

ECW - Naseby, June 14, 1645 : Event S-281; 28mm; 9 AM: [GM Nigel P. Marsh]

ACW - Kelly's Run, November, 1863: Event S-283; 28mm; 9 AM: [GM Kelly J. Marsh]

NAP - The Prussian Advance, August 1813: Event S-272; 28mm; 10 AM: [GM John B. Snead]

REV - The Battle of Novi - The Russian attack : Event S-276; 28mm; 10 AM: [GM Tom Garnett]

NAP - The Road to Leipzig, 1813: Event S-279; 28mm; 5 PM: [GM John B. Snead and Nigel P. Marsh

ACW - They Ran Like Hares, Corinth 1862: Event S-278; 28mm; 6 PM: [GM Tom Cusa]]

REV - The Battle of Novi - The Russian attack: Event S-277; 28mm; 6 PM: [GM Tom Garnett]

 

Historicon July 18-21, 2013 Fredericksburg Convention Center, VA

This year the team will host twenty-three events total [got to be another record]; including twelve Napoleonic, one Mexican-American war, two American War of Independence, four American Civil War and four Pike and Shot. Games will use figures of all scales from 15 through 54mm. Along with the GM old guard we will be joined by several new[ish] GM's, including Guy Gormley, Sr and Jr, and Jeff Ball, I know they'd appreciate your support........

 

Thursday Noon:

T-331 Cavalry Breakout at Gloucester Point

AWI; Length: 4 hrs; GM: Bob McCaskill; Scale: 28 mm; Players: 8.

Thursday 1PM:

T-342 Wartenberg: 3 October 1813

NAP; Length: 4 hrs; GM: John Snead; Scale: 28mm; Players: 6.

Thursday 6PM:

T-348 Battle of Durfee’s Hill, Newport August 29, 1778

AWI; Length: 4 hrs; GM: David Bonk; Scale: 40mm; Players: 6.

T-343 Wartenberg: 3 October 1813

NAP; Length: 5 hrs; GM: John Snead; Scale: 28mm; Players: 8

Thursday 7PM:

T-334 Breakthrough at Mercado Nuevo

NAP; Length: 3 hrs; GM: Guy Gormley; Scale: 15mm; Players: 6.

 

Friday 9AM:

F-358 Battle of Alford, Montrose v the Covenanters 1645

ECW; Length: 3 hrs; GM: Jeff Ball; Scale: 40mm; Players: 4.

Friday 10AM:

F-344 Wartenberg: 3 October 1813

NAP; Length: 5 hrs; GM: John Snead; Scale: 28mm; Players: 6.

Friday 11AM:

F-336 Slaughter’s Mountain, Summer 1862

ACW; Length: 2 hrs; GM: Guy Gormley Jr.; Scale: 54mm; Players: 6.

Friday Noon:

F-349 Battle of Heselig, Morning August 27, 1813

NAP; Length: 4 hrs; GM: David Bonk; Scale: 40mm; Players: 6.

Friday 2PM:

F-351 Tennessee, September 1863

ACW; Length: 4 hrs; GM: Nigel Marsh; Scale:28mm; Players: 6.

Friday 5PM:

F-345 Wartenberg: 3 October 1813

NAP; Length: 6 hrs; GM: John Snead; Scale: 28mm; Players: 8.

Friday 7PM:

F-350 Battle of Heselig, Afternoon August 27, 1813

NAP; Length: 4 hrs; GM: David Bonk; Scale: 40mm; Players: 6.

F-352 Tennessee, September 1863

ACW; Length: 4 hrs; GM: Nigel Marsh; Scale: 28mm; Players: 6

F-332 First Day on the Trebbia - Russian attack on the Poles at Casaliggio

NAP; Length: 5 hrs; GM: Tom Garnett; Scale: 28mm; Players: 4.

 

Saturday 9AM:

S-339 Let the Westphalians Play!

NAP; Length: 4 hrs; GM: John Snead; Scale: 28mm; Players: 6.

Saturday 10AM:

S-361 Stow on Wold, Last Battle of the English Civil War

ECW; Length: 4 hrs; GM: Jeff Ball; Scale: 28mm;  Players: 4.

S-337 Slaughter’s Mountain, Summer 1862

ACW; Length: 2 hrs; GM: Guy Gormley Jr.; Scale: 54mm; Players: 6.

S-333 Second Day on the Trebbia - French Attack on the Austrians at Nicolo

NAP; Length: 5 hrs; GM: Tom Garnett; Scale: 28mm; Players: 6.

Saturday Noon:

S-353 Northamptonshire, June 1645

ECW; Length: 4 hrs; GM: Nigel Marsh; Scale: 28mm; Players: 6.

Saturday 2PM:

S-340 Let the Westphalians Play!

NAP; Length: 4 hrs; GM: John Snead; Scale: 28mm; Players: 6.

Saturday 6PM:

S-354 Northamptonshire, June 1645

ECW; Length: 4 hrs; GM: Nigel Marsh; Scale: 28mm; Players: 6

Saturday 7PM:

S-341 Let the Westphalians Play!

NAP; Length: 4 hrs; GM: John Snead; Scale: 28mm; Players: 6.

S-335 Battle Of Palo Alto

Mexican/American War; Length: 3 hrs; GM: Guy Gormley; Scale: 28mm; Players: 4.

Pointcon, April 14, 2012, West Point USMA, NY

 

C&GII 20th Anniversary Game, June 18, 2011, Norwalk, CT

 

Havoc XXVII, April 2, 2011 Maironis Park, Shrewsbury MA

 

 

Pictures courtesy of Lord Ashram's Blog: http://lordashramshouseofwar.blogspot.com/

 

Historicon, 2010 Valley Forge Convention Center, PA

 
 
   

 

 

Havoc XXVI, March 26-28 2010 Maironis Park, Shrewsbury MA

   

 

Cold Wars, March 11-14 2010, Lancaster Host, PA.

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Fall-In 2009

For great pictures check out Lord Ashram's Blog:

http://lordashramshouseofwar.blogspot.com/2009/11/fall-in-2009-games-i-played.html

       

 

Historicon, 2009 Lancaster Host, PA.

     

 

Historicon, 2008 Lancaster Host, PA.

Winner of Best of Show: The Battle of Mockern August 16, 1813 

   

 

Historicon, 2007 Lancaster Host, PA. 

Battle of Springfield/American Advance [CW'05]  
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