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Hello World
#1
Hi All,

I came down to the club witha friend on saterday, and the 2 of us ganged up on Brendan (Cornish ECW vs New Model - FoGR).

I am hoping to be able to come along more often, real life permitting.

As an intro, I have been wargaming since the early 70's, and over the years have had a bash at a wide variety of periods.

Currently I have armies for FoG A (15mm Carthaginian, Numidian, Mid Imperial Roman, Gauls, Palmyran - all collected for DBM but I much prefer FoG - still painting the extras to form units, but can manage 800 points (not the Numidians - only play then at 600) and 28mm Lancastrian, FogR (15mm Maximilian, Ottoman, Imperial 30YW/Royalist plus 28mm Imperial 30YW), and Fire and Sword (Ottoman and painting HRE). I also have a Saga Viking and Norman force.

Lastly I have a number of planes for WWI Wings of Glory, and some Star Wars X-Wing ships (not played yet, but have the new core set, plus some extra Imperial ships in the post). I am really keen to see/play the X-Wing game as I have yet to use the ships, and hope to have sufficient to field 100points plus within the next couple of weeks (First Order/Imperial of course - who wants to be a namby pamby goody two-shoes!)

I am happy to play any of that lot singles or doubles, or join in any other games.

Regards

Adrian
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#2
Hello Adrian, thanks for the intro. Very pleased that you enjoyed your visit to the club . Hope to see you at the club next meeting.
Cheers,

Kev.
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#3
Hi Adrian,

Welcome to Wessex. There are quite a few X Wing players (myself included) at the club and my son was partaking of Wings of Glory yesterday. I was on the next table to you getting trying to grips with a very static FoGR Spanish Army.
Regards
Mark

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#4
Adrian,
Just like to point out that not everyone at WWS throws dice as badly as I do (actually, I'm pretty confident nobody else does), so your next games won't be quite so gentle, but welcome to WWS with many happy Saturdays ahead.
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#5
Quote:very static FoGR Spanish Army.

Well, the infantry was static but I thought the Spanish cavalry did quite a bit of running round. Admittedly though they also pretty much avoided contact.

We will try again on an all dayer when we should all be a bit more familiar with the game.
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#6
Hi Brendan,

We have all had days like that - in fact on Saterday I was trying my best to follow wuit. Fortunately for me Dave was doing much better than either of us!

Adrian
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