This year I played a bunch of different games. On Thursday night we played a game of Dragon Rampant using the Flintloque figure range. On Friday I played a game of Hail Caesar as well as trying out a set of 15mm Pirate rules Called Sailpower. The Sailpower rules are pretty interesting. Basically every player controls a ship and can get points however they want. Theres a system in place if you want to play a merchant ship or if you want to try and capture someone elses merchant ship. It seems like a nice blend between wargame and rpg. On Saturday I was lucky enough to get into the last Brazen Chariots game of the weekend. Brazen Chariots is a quick play set of tank on tank rules based of the book of the same name. It's fantastic. Playing it was enough to inspire me to pick up some 15mm WWII stuff (something I thought I'd never do)
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Below are some photos from the trip. The stuff I took pictures of is a fraction of the overall convention.