Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Brisbane Muster EYLAU Napoleonic fun in the snow

Not much time for commentary guys, I'll apologise upfront for that. This is the game we put on for the Brisbane Muster, a small local two day event, "The battle of Eylau" or Napolean mucking around in the snow participation game.

The Muster was a great weekend of gaming and considering the plethora of events on (NRL Final, AFL final, River Fire) was well attended.  There was plenty of interesting bring and buy goodies and trader items, yes my wallet got whacked, and the smell of unwashed anorak was nowhere to be found it was a very pleasant weekend. There was a good collection of games and the quality of the tables and figures was most impressive, more so as this wasn't really an established club affair!

We had plenty of visitors stop by our table prepared to learn a little about miniatures and gaming, and we were able to enroll a recruit or two willing to rewrite history.

On with the pictures.

The 1st Legere are not cannon proof

French casualties