It will be held at the Falkirk club's usual venue on Sunday 24th April from10:00 to 17:00.
I will be providing historically matched opposing armies with fixed terrain and the players will rotate around the tables
It's friendly because none of the players taking part have that much experience with the rules and it is really an excuse for us all to play a few games and for me to get my 25mm figures on the table.
The title of the event is Antonine's Folly which is the same name as I used for the Impetus competitions that I used to run - this one is definitely DBA 3.0!
There is enough interest so far to mean that this event will run but there is plenty of space for more participants.
Please contact me if you are interested in taking part
Saturday, 30 January 2016
Sunday, 3 January 2016
Simply put get more done! So (a) more time on the enjoyable stuff, (b) do the necessary but less enjoyable stuff quicker and (c) do a lot less of the time wasting stuff.
In the wargaming context this means (a) play more games, (b) finally get the attic fully organised so I know what I have got and can find it quickly and (c) cut down internet browsing significantly.
On the games front my aim is to hit the magic 100 games played this year. This basically means taking every opportunity to get games in. For instance in 2015 I attended 6 shows and played 4 games. I could probably have played 14 and certainly at least 12. Fit another couple of shows in and I could get close to 20.
It is not all about games at shows of course. Applying the get more done principles to my non wargaming life should free up time to look for other opportunities without unduly impacting my family life – my wife is very understanding about my hobby time but I certainly don’t want to take that for granted.
It is not all about quantity of course – quality is just as important. I hope to get involved in more campaigns at the club (Falkirk and District) and perhaps even run one myself. Also a good number of historical refights. I am running a DBA competition for the first time (April 24th) which I am looking forward to and expect to run 100 Years of War again in September.
More blogging would also be good and I want to write an article or two for the publications of the various societies of which I am a member.
So here is looking forward to a good (perhaps very good) year. I hope all the readers of the blog are able to do all they set out to do in 2016 as well. Happy New Year!