|The National Museum of History after it opened to the public|
Well this has been a great long weekend for me.
On Friday Soren and I drove to Copenhagen for the 2016 DFFCON wargamers convention. It was help this year in an amazing room in the National History Museum. There were a lot of visitors, probably over 150 people came to see what we were doing. There were a lot of game set up and all had fun.
|The gaming room! Really nice!!!|
|The game masters setting up the tables before we open|
|Another view of the room during setup|
On Saturday,Soren and I ran two games of Form Lind of Battle and the players fought the Battle of Koge Bay in 1677. I created the Order of battle based on the miniatures we had and the historic ships that took part in the battle. I will do a separate AAR of the two battles once I get some more time to look over the data from the battles. Both games ended as a Danish victory but both battles were good and there was a lot of fun at our table.
|Our little game!|
|The two Navies lined up for battle|
|A game of Ronin!|
|Great scenery for a game of Sharps Practice|
|More amazing terrain for the Ronin game|
|WWI aircraft game|
|Great trench work!!!|
|A village somewhere in France??|
|The Eastern Front for Chain of Commad|
On Sunday we ran a what if scenario for 1918 with our WWI ships we have. The USA was escorting a troop transport and was intercepted by a German squadron out for a fight. It was a good game with exploding ships and lots of excitement. Again I will do a AAR once I get some time.
|Great looking 15mm figures for Chain of Command|
|WWI Trench warfare.|
|Koge Bay 1677!|
|Soren and I with the first group to fight Koge Bay|
|CY-6 with B-17's!|
More to come soon!!!
|The kids table!! Great way to draw families into the room!|
|The battle rages in the game of Sharps Practice|
|The action is hot!!!|
|The Eastern Front is cold!|
|The ships all lined up for battle!|
|Our WWI naval game!|