(All pictures from blog archives of games fought between 2013 and 2017.)
In Rough Chronological Order
In Rough Chronological Order
2. The Four Winds. Old School 25mm medieval/fantasy. (Actually appearing on Gathering of Hosts Blog). 1-2 games a year with occasional new or refurbished units.
3. Rough Wooing. 40mm 16thC including a large group of original homecast as well as Elastolin and others. The long awaited Turks are making noises again and some fantasy elements are now available. A couple of games every few years.
4. Battle for New France and Acadia. Glossy Old School 30mm 18thC miniatures battling on a grid for control of Acadia and Quebec. The games will be heavily inspired by real actions but will be primarily small fictional engagements where both sides were usually composed largely of regular forces so think the Quebec campaign, Louisburg etc rather than indians vs ranger skirmishes. I will probably vary the scale so that I can also do versions of the larger actions such as the Plains of Abraham and Ste Foye.
I had been planning to do this with Prince August figures but these are my oldest metal wargame figures (1973) and they deserve to see action after decades spent mostly in barracks. 1-2 games every few years.
5. NQSYW 40mm home cast Prince August armies in a fictional 18thC setting. This began as my contribution to the HAWKS for HMGS multi-player Charge! rules. I no longer have room at home for Charge! games and have more troops than I ever need to take on the road so while I am leaving a size-able contingent of Charge! organized units, the rest are being based more compactly for Hearts of Tin games at home. The Charge! units, being indivdually based will join in using sabots when required. 1-2 Charge! games every couple of years and more HofT games inbetween.
6. War of 1812. 40mm Scruby + Original and Zinnbrigade homecast figures. It is intended primarily for raids, ambushes, and small battles both historical and fictional set in Canada but will be capable of refighting larger battles as well as some less historical games set in warmer climates and some set as late as 1837/38. The uniforms will range from being historical to recreating slightly less accurate Victorian lithographs.
7. ACW . 1/72, mostly Airfix, ACW battles. 2-3 games year. A few cavalry to refurbish and a few more commanders and flags. Lots of recruits waiting in the cupboard if I can figure out how to use more figures.
8. For Queen and Country. Mid-Late 19thC 54mm glossy toy soldier fictional wargames inspired by the Fenian raids, Riel Rebellions, and Zulu Wars. 3-4 games a year.
9. The Great Atlantican War. 40mm glossy toy soldiers in low level actions set in either historical or fictional settings at the start of the 20th Century. 5-6 games a year, near infinite list of things that could be added.......