The strange loud-yelling-talk which seems to accompany all sorts of games was a scene to behold. To hear yourself think was a major tactic in the art of winning the tabletop conflict this day.
I found my saved place at one of the two large "model building" tables provided, and spent a little time cutting out markers which I plan to use in WIYF. Actually, I have enough varied markers to play the game as a board game, if I should ever get the itch to do so. After an hour of talking about our lunch prospects, model building, and upcoming gaming events (Will you be coming? When can we play your WIYF and TDFTL games? etc), three of us senior types climbed into my Regal and I was directed across town to a hobby shop in Orange.
|Capt. Mark of the Model Assembly and Painting Squad|
|Mark's finished models which he paid dearly for at my grand sale in December 2012!|
So...I snatched one up quicker than Big Bertha can strip fresh corn off a cob! This beautifully detailed little gem will be the center piece in an ambush scenario for the To Die For The Land WWII game.
|Ready for Grizz's German officer vehicle Application.|
|Mark's rendition of the Cabriolet US style.|