There were two sessions in the day. We had 3 games in the morning with 17 participants and 2 in the afternoon with 14. The numbers were a little lower than I had hoped for (we could easily have coped with double the number) but that minor disappointment was more than offset by the universally positive feedback.
The morning games were a 1904 Mad Mullah battle hosted by the Bathgate club with their own house rules, a WW1 air game using a playtest version of the second edition of Algernon gets it Off put on by SOTCW member Richard and a Bolt Action game that FDWC member Andy had organised.
In the afternoon Derek put on a 15mm Chain of Command game and there was a large Boxer game organised by another FDWC member, Mark.
All the games were very well received by those playing them. I am hopeful of being able to make this an annual event so if anyone wants be involved in 2014 please get in touch.
The Mad Mullah's forces mass, ready to attack
The British led forces await the onslaught
The German planes have the drop on their British foes
The Bolt Action game
The Boxers mass
The Boxer game
The Chain of Command game
A longer feature on the event will (hopefully) appear in the Journal of the SOTCW