Club meetings

Our next meetings will be Sunday the 25th of September.

We meet at the Masterton Croquet Club, next to the mini-golf at Queen Elizabeth Park, on the second and last Sunday of each month, 1pm to 5pm.

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Twitter: @mastermarauders

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Facebook Group: Masterton Marauders

For more information contact James on 022 691 6511 or email mastertonmarauders@gmail.com

Hope to see you there, playing a game or just coming in to talk toy soldiers!


Saturday, February 21, 2015

Meeting Sunday February22

This afternoon it was great to meet new people at the club, Callum and Austen, to see Ceilidh's and Harley's new 15mm Sub-Roman British (shields still being painted), to yarn with Jonathan about his 15mm Vikings (a work in hand), to hear from Craig about more 28mm Marlburian armies on the way, and to discover that we have a bunch of people to connect to each other: Carl and Rex about Napoleonics, Callum and Peter about Warmachine, Austen and James about 40K. 

We are planning a "show and tell" day when everyone will be invited to bring along something - an army, a unit, a few figures, painted or unpainted toy soldiers, boardgames, favourite books or rules etc. You will not have to play, though of course there will be games, just come along and see what we all have. Watch this space for more details!

At today's meeting we had people playing the boardgame History of the World, a Marlburian game using Horse, Foot and Guns,  Warhammer 40K, and quick play Ancient and Medieval rules, DBA 3

Neil, Peter and Rex playing History of the World.

Callum (Chaos) and Austen (Dark Angels) playing 40K.

Craig (Peter the Great) and Warren (John Churchill, the first Duke of Marlborough) using Horse Foot and Guns. Carl came along to see what was happening and to scout for some Napoleonic gaming. We will do it!
Some of Craig's dragoons

 Cleilidh and Harley played two games of DBA v.3. Early Anglo-Saxons vs Sub-Roman British, and Early Byzantines vs Sub-Roman British.
 
Judging by the terrain, it was Britain and it had rained!

2 comments:

  1. The Ancients table looks very good. Well painted armies on well presented terrain.

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  2. The DBA terrain and armies look first class

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