The League of Augsburg

One more little digression into Napoleonics - Video 2



Part Two of the video which is a fast-paced AAR for the scenario explained in part 1 is now ready to view. Unfortuntaely I didn't have time to print and mount any of Clarence's excellent new Napoleonic Armee du Nord flags but it does show our ongoing heavy commitment to period. Here are the links to parts I and II so, grab a cuppa and a biccie and take 15 minutes to visit Belgium.







The game was fun...

A Few New Flags for 1815...


Clarence Harrison
- Napoleonics was my first love in wargaming before falling down the rabbit hole that led to the period of floppy hats and tricorns. While I've mostly concentrated on adding flags to the shops that can be carried proudly by Warfare Miniatures, I've had it in mind to expand to other periods. There's been a lull in Mad for Warfor the last few weeks while we've been going over the...

Left field but.... there's more!


In advance of a little announcement Clarence is going to make on the blog in the next day or so I thought I would drop a big hint with this video. I have actually been meaning to do this for a long time but MrH's little project has prompted me to extract the digit and get this produced in a mere 2 days which is somewhat of a record. 



I enjoyed it!





Not the blog's core period of interest by some nice...

Gareth Lane's Gard te Voet



More lovely work from Gareth's growing collection. It will be a real joy to see this collection on a table at a show somewhere when we finally settle down to normal once more. 




Gareth's lovely warm painting style is set off by great basing and of course, Clarence's wonderful flags. 





What better unit to show case the work than the Gard te Voet.






It's St Patrick's Day so...


We can't let today pass without featuring some Irish action from the Nine Years War on the blog. So I thought the best way to pay tribute to the theatre and the fighting men which has given me the most stimulation to understand the period in the last thirty years was to simply create a photo montage of action and inspiration in Ireland from the League of Augsburg..



Happy St Patrick's day to...

Adventures in the Caribbean

Clarence Harrison - It's been a while since I've contributed anything to the blog that Barry and I are supposed to share. He seems to handle the load most of the time. It's not really that I haven't been painting, but more that I haven't seemed to have the time to document projects.

From the collection of Mr. Hilton

When I travelled to Scotland for an LoA weekender a few years back, one of the games...

Hilton's revenge! New Pirate flags!


I am sure you have heard of Blackbeard's ship, Queen Anne's Revenge. When we started with Donnybrook a few years back Mr. Harrison, of this parish, got me all fired up to the extent that I painted and based the thick end of 200 miniatures which feature liberally in Donnybrook. He, on the other hand, painted... none!

Old score's are best settled cold. So this is Hilton's Revenge! I have worked on...

Launching.... Donnybrook at Sea! - Now available




We are very excited to launch Donnybrook at Sea

Donnybrook at Sea has 58 pages packed with naval rules for Donnybrook, unit guides, ship type guides, a full example scenario and extensive period primers for exciting naval combat from 1640 to 1783.


Donnybrook at Sea has an extensive ship type reference section


The supplement is available in pdf only for now. It is important you have Donnybrookto...

Is Donnybrook disappearing? A celebration!

 


Donnybrook (I heard the term on the radio yesterday with a Canadian politician using it in the perfect context as he described a 'right Donnybrook' between the EU and UK over trade talks), is disappearing. 


Kurpfalz Feldherren's Lesnaya 1708 Donnybrook game at Hamburg.

Our original print run is almost sold out. Clarence has a few copies in the US and I have a handful here in the UK. After that, it...

Peter's amazing 15s



Peter is a very active and valuable contributor to our little blog community. He and I have shared many a  wargaming conversation in various parts of Europe over a refreshment or two and some nice food.
His contributions often take the form of photos, comments and perspectives on the period and this post





features some of Peter's own massive collection of 15mm models. The first gaming shots show an...

Guest post: Gareth Lane's mega NYW project Allied left wing

 

Gareth's long running project is nearing completion. He has been kind enough to share the photos as it has developed over the months.


I am sure you will recognize many of the units he has chosen as I did. His lovely, warm painting style combines excellently with attractive basing and Quindia Studios wonderful flags to produce truly breathtaking forces for the tabletop. 



I understand Gareth and...

Warfare Miniatures.. some progress on restocking and an update on flag orders



 Just a note to let everyone know that a trickle of stock has started to arrive at HQ. I have limited supplies of some codes which are currently 'off site' but I will reload over the next couple of days. I have also placed a whacking great stock order which I believe, our casters will be starting on today. That will come through in batches so things will take a while to get back to normal. 

Warfare...