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Monday, April 26, 2010

Mega SDS table at Salute 2010!

Last saturday at Salute 2010 in London, GLC Club built this wonderful and BIG SDS scenario. Andrea was there and took some pictures: the table is astonishing and full of nice miniatures.
Above is a view before the battle began..
The battle in progress... It was - as far as I understand - a participation game where people could play with an enlarged squad, with an objective which was randomly determined before the start on a simple table.
French cavalry crossing the river on a wooden bridge (really wonderful table, my congratulations to GLC Club). The Scenario name was "El Hombre sin nombre" (The man with no name) and it was set in Spain, in the year 1811. One of the missions was to capture a deserter who hide inside a house. I wonder who is the maker of the big curch that can be seen in one of the pics...


  1. This was an excellent game, very visual and a pleasure to explore. I'm in awe of anyone who has the time, conviction and above all skill to put on a display like this. Well done to everyone involved.

  2. Goodness, that was HUGE!

    I guess turnovers on the first activation roll were met with sheer dread :D...