After the game I wandered around the gaming room a bit having a look at the other games. There was a huge variety in the games I saw being played, so it seems like there must have been something for everyone. Then I checked out the vendor area, located in a separate room, which also had a great variety represented. The afternoon game I wanted to play in was filled up before I got a ticket, so I ended up leaving early in the afternoon. But I had a good time, and hopefully I'll be able to make it again next year. See below for some pictures of the game I played in, and some others that looked particularly interesting.
|The British positions at the beginning of the battle of Bemis Heights.|
|Grenadiers charge the rebel artillery, but some particularly effective canister fire as they close decimates them, wounding many of their officers, and they break in a panic.|
|Arnold leads his men in a heroic and dramatic charge across the clearing to the British redoubt!|
On to some of the other tables I saw while wandering around the gaming hall. I don't know or remember details about most of these, so I'll just show the pictures. It does, however, shows some of the wide variety of gaming that was available during the event. There were naval games played out on the floor, science fiction battles in different scales, air combat, old west skirmish, big ancient battles, and about everything in between. I only took a few pictures, but there was a lot to see.