Great Set Of VSF Rules

Great Set Of VSF Rules
Rules By Terry Sofian

Sunday, September 28, 2008

The Sikh Attack




The Sikh Attack was a game run by Mark Stevens at HOBBYTOWN on August 21, 2004 in North Jackson. Set in the Punjab in 1846, we used Mark Stevens' wonderfully painted 25mm Sikh Wars army and the rules Flames in the Punjab. The Sikhs almost won, but the steadiness and firepower of the 'John Company' troops proved too much in the end.

Battle Of Froeschwiller



"Battle of Froeschwiller" was the 15mm 1870 Franco-Prussian War game played on February 5, 2005. We used Larry Brom's rules Chassepot & Needlegun. The French players had big plans which melted away in the face of Prussian fire and bayonets. The French army melted also.

They Fell Like Mown Wheat




"They fell like mown wheat" was the 15mm 1870 Franco-Prussian War game in which the power of the French Chassepot rifle was shown to full advantage. We used Larry Brom's rules Chassepot & Needlegun.

The Frenchmen Attack



"The Frenchmen Attack" was the name of an 1870 Franco-Prussian War game played with Larry Reeves 15mm troops, and Larry Brom's rules Chassepot & Needlegun. This game took place November 6, 2004. The French players who were attacking with greater numbers (overwhelming numbers as it turned out) were Phil Young, Sean Pitts, Jay Stribling, Eddie Sansing, John Stangle (who drove all the way from Monroe Louisiana), Bill Estes, and John Murdough (who drove all the way from the middle of nowhere in Arkansas). The Prussian villans (oops - I mean the Prussian players) were Jim Pitts, Rick Loveday, Mark Gilbert, and Sean Pitts.

Sacre Bleu!



"Sacre Bleu!" was our first 28mm 1870 Franco-Prussian War game in many years. We have been purchasing these troops and painting them for at least 4 years. We used Larry Brom's rules Chassepot & Needlegun. The Prussian/German players had a great time. As for the French Players - "Sacre Bleu!"

Gravemont-St.Privy



"Gravemont-St.Privy" was a meeting engagement fought with our 28mm 1870 Franco-Prussian War forces, played August 4, 2007 at SOUTWEST ACADEMY. The armies are composed of forces owned by Robert Whitfield, Jim Pitts and Jay Stribling. As with our previous game, the Prussians came out victorious. We used a slightly modified version pf Larry Brom's rules Chassepot & Needlegun.

Martian Empires Home Service British



We will be releasing the following packs for our 18mm Martian Empires Victorian Science Fiction range on 15th June at the Valhalla Show in Farnborough.

British Home Service

EMP101 Home Service Infantry Advancing
EMP102 Home Service Infantry Firing
EMP104 Home Service Infantry Marching
EMP105 Home Service Infantry Command
EMP175 Home Service Artillery

Each pack contains 8 figures except the artillery which contains 4 crew and 1 gun. All packs are £2.50.

We will be adding Home Service cavalry to complete the army over the next couple of months.

http://blackhat.co.uk/catalog/index.php?cPath=107_110



Venture Brothers



From the third season, and I think from the last few episodes.
It posits a Victorian Team that pre-dates the original Team
Venture, and explains the origins of the Guild of Calamitous
Intent. I don't want to introduce too many spoilers, but the
parody is mostly a flashback, not the entire episode

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Winter of 1914 Trailer


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TSQrbQTn4EQ&feature=related

Imperial Japanese Armor





Iron Mole By Steam Noir



The Iron Mole was a concept created by the German's to
tunnel under the enemy trenches and resurface on the
other side, thus creating a tunnel for outflanking the enemy.
Its initial boring test was successful, however, the tunnel it
created proved to be unstable and collapsed on the soldiers
that tried to move through it.
Look through this site! Thanks once again to Sir Tas
for the heads up!

Thursday, September 25, 2008

SteamPunk Magazine




It is with much joy and relief that we unveil the latest issue of SteamPunk Magazine, issue #4! Learn how to turn lead into gold or sew a hat. Discover the secret worlds of many of steampunk’s finest authors. Peek into the brain of authors and musicians and punks galore! Available download for free!

http://www.steampunkmagazine.com/inside/steampunk-magazine-issue-four/

http://www.steampunkmagazine.com/inside/

Battle for the Resurfaced Atlantis


Battle for the Resurfaced Atlantis
(Battles by G.A.S.L.I.G.H.T.)

Atlantis by G.A.S.L.I.G.H.T.


British and Germans clashed over territorial disputes on
the newly resurfaced continent. This was an epic Battles
by G.A.S.L.I.G.H.T. game in 15mm. Keen observers may
note a certain partisan bias in the reporting of this battle,
as one of our photographers led a heroic cavalry charge in
this incident.

Thursday, September 18, 2008

DBA 15-19K British vs Mahdist Sudanese



Big moustaches, dodgy sideburns & lovely hats....
No!!! It's not a 'Village People' reunion, it's 'The British in the Sudan'.
We finally got them finished, so here are a few pics. This Army
represents the listing in the DBA 1500-1900 extensions.

Monday, September 15, 2008

Red Sabres By Jackson Gamers


Red Sabres was a great Red cavalry raid on a massive White Supply column.

They used air power for the first time in one of our games during this affair.

This triumph of the Red forces took place at HOBBYTOWN in Jackson MS

on May 5, 2001 and used our RED AND WHITE rules.

No Man's Land



The Jackson Gamers played two games that were planed on
January 2, 2006. They played a pair of 28mm WWI games
using rules devised by Marc Fluitt and using Marc's nifty home
-made terrain and very nicely painted troops. The rules were
skirmish-level and we played a day game, trying to rescue or
capture (from your point of view) the pilot of a downed German
aeroplane, and then a night game, patrolling into a ruined French
town.

Dirigibles And Dreadnoughts



More Cracking good scouting by Lord Tas:

A brilliantly (and recently renamed) blog, this shows Paul's

great foray into the wonderful world of Nefs. He has some

great stuff here, check it out at:

http://dirigiblesanddreadnoughts.blogspot.com/

Republic of Sonora


Established on January 18th 1854 by Colonel
William Walker, the Republic of Sonora is
comprised of two states. The first, Lower
California, was liberated from its piteous
state of benign neglect at the hands of the
Mexican Government by Colonel Walker
and his Patriotic band of now-famous
'Immortals' at La Paz, on November 3rd
1853.
A great find by Tas ....)

Friday, September 12, 2008

The Great War In A Different Light



Accounts and Galleries from Great War Period Books,
Magazines and Publications with more than 8000
Authentic Photos, Illustrations and News articles.



http://www.greatwardifferent.com/Great_War/index.htm

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Robins’ Russians!


These Russian hordes are by our friend
Robin Sutton Of New Zealand. Those in
The know can tell you I’m working on my
own Russians at the moment. Glad to have
Mr Sutton for inspiration!

Bloody Good show Rob!

http://www.hat.com/Othr7/Sutton08P.html