The Siege of Augusta is now accepting registrations, game events, and all other requests. See their website for more details.
From Bryant Williams:
Hey, fellow gamers!
The latest PEL for the Reunion is up on the web site.
We’ve got a excellent slate of games, so far, but we still need more. If you’d like to run a game, just contact me at this email address or, if you prefer, there’s a place on the web site where you can sign up. Either way, we appreciate your assistance in providing games for all those coming out to play.
Also, we’ll be providing table space and terrain for pick-up gaming all weekend as well as a selection of board games for folks to take advantage of.
And don’t forget the pre-registration raffle. Everyone who pre-reg’s gets one entry in the drawing! And honestly, who doesn’t like free stuff? I’ll be posting a list of prizes the first of the week.
Hope to see you at the show!
Track and Hull Club – July 5,2016
Thanks to Walt Harris for an awesome American War of Independence game using “Sharp Practice 2”. The British had a minor victory as we learned how to do SP2 as a club game (3 v 3). The Colonial artillery forced back the right flank of the British until the British canons could break the Colonial canons. The left flank then closed the gap. We had to end the game after 10 turns (2 hours).
Gettysburg started on this day, 153 years ago. Lee, seeking a decisive battle with the North, got his wish. Have you refought the battle or parts of it in miniature? There are several scenario books for the civil war, and series of books just on this one battle. I found this good blog post to whet your appetite for fighting Gettysburg!
There was an update and it broke security, forcing a lot of people to get 404 page not found errors. Sorry about that! We have fixed it. More content to come. We are gearing up to fill up the event calendar.