These pictures are mostly from the HAWKs room at Historicon 2015, but I did get out of there once in a while to check out other gaming. I didn’t arrive until mid afternoon on Friday, so I don’t have pictures of earlier events.
Dave Wood describing Bear Yourselves Valiantly to a boy and his mom who played last year and returned for more unbridled fun.
Eric Schlegel’s GAMER WWII event
Some of my Italians taking cover behind a rocky outcropping.
Bill Acheson putting the final touches on his theater for Saturday’s zombie game.
Tank Nickle deep in thought.
David Schlegel’s Hunger Games event. David always gets the girls in his games! It could be the topic, or it could be they all think he’s hunky.
Don Hogge’s Battleground WWII skirmish game. The scenario involved Germans bumping into a group of Americans getting chow.
Jim McDonald getting his six-player Saga game started.
Duncan Adams running Look, Sarge, No Charts 1914
Noah Guilt played in the MBA-sponsored Skirmish Sangin extravaganza in the main room.
Robert, William, and I had chance to participate in a play test of Pulp Figure’s upcoming Star Crush rules in support of their new line of 1970’s style space ships.
I don’t know much about this WWI airplane game, but the blue and white squares caught my attention every time I walked by the table.
Ron Prillaman’s great looking and popular Magnificent Seven game in 54mm. People were talking about this event a week BEFORE the convention.
An attractive post-apocalyptic game featuring a new set of rules, This is not a Test. I didn’t get a chance to play in it, but it looked wonderful.
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