An Ancient Interlude

It has been an embarrassingly long time since I have posted here. The last few months have been extremely busy and as a result I made a conscious decision to focus my limited gaming time on pushing miniatures around the table and painting miniatures. For those of you that follow me on Twitter then I’m sure you will have seen a selection of the games played in recent months.

One of the regular game systems played has been DBA. These fast play Ancient & Medieval rules provide a balance between playability and simulation. Equally, they provide a great opportunity for an enjoyable game on a weeknight when the complexity of life could otherwise severely restrict my gaming.

Aware that it has been so long since I have posted I have finally made an effort to document a small selection of these DBA games. In particular three games played over the last week. Firstly there is a short summary of two encounters between one of Alexander the Great’s Successor generals (Lysimichus) and the rulers of Kappadokia. You will find the report here. Then, more recently, the Romans have been campaigning against the Celtiberians, a selection of photos and a brief description of the encounter can be found here.

A small selection of the many games played over recent months and something of an interlude from a busy period which hopefully is of some interest to readers.

2 thoughts on “An Ancient Interlude

  1. It has been a long time since your last post! Since I don’t follow Twitter, I hope to see some of your BatReps posted here.

    1. As time allows there will be. The Twitter posts are very brief, more a handful of pictures with a very brief comment, but useful when time is restricted.

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