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Battle of Linz 1805 (April 2013)


April Napoleonic Game

This game was to test out the Age of Eagles (AOE) rule set for the Russian 1812 campaign, due to a mini disaster with the main map has been on hold for a few months.

See pictures below:

Austrian light cavalry brigade

Austrian brigades advancing towards the French

Austrians on the right

Austrian Cuirassier brigade and Light brigade on the right, with Hungarians on the far right
Austrians advancing on the left

3 brigades of French Dragoons on the French right

More French arrive on their right flank

Austrian Cuirassier brigade taking on the French Grenadier division

Austrian Light cavalry brigade takes on two French Dragoon brigades
French Grenadiers vs Austrian Cuirassiers

Hungarian Grenadiers vs French Grenadiers, does not look good for the Hungarians

French Left flank, a Grenadier division, a Cuirassier division and a Light Cavalry division take on one Austrian infantry division and a cavalry division. The Austrians held up the larger French forces for the day (good work General von Stephen)

On the French right flank

Austrian Cuirassiers and Light Cavalry vs French Dragoons

Austrian Grenadiers and Hungarian Line take on the French in the centre









HG Wells Game (April 2013)

April 2013

Paul C and Lawrence decided to try out some old school HG Wells wargaming and fun was had.

See below pictures:











Till next month


40K Game (March 2013)


March 2013

This was a last minute game put on by Bryan and his son Andrew, as Bryan came to have a game with Bruno who was over from Italy, but unfortunately Bruno could not make it.
I do not know who is who so no comments for the pictures

See pictures below:






Prussian Lancers??









Renaissance Battle in Holland (March 2013)


Renaissance Game

Organised by Jason

Another good Renaissance game from Jason, with troops from Jason, Mark, Robert and Thoran.
We used the Maximilian  rule set this time. The French lost the day with the King falling in battle, most apt.

See pictures below:

All set

Light Cavalry, heavy cavalry and French Pike with guns on a hill

The Black Band supported by the heavies

The King's Gendarmes ready for combat

Lots of lovely heavies

The Imperials seem ready

The French line
Pike and more pike
Lots of bow and heavy infantry

Heavy cavalry protected by light cavalry



The heavies mix it with each other

Ohh, pike coming in

The French King caught in a trap

The Black Band

Gendarmes see off heavy cavalry

Pike caught in flank, not good


The Black Band

Till next month