|The rules are nice eye candy.|
We just about had a fool house out at sunny garvald this evening with six of the seven Gothenburg Gamers turning up for a no holds barred game of What A Tanker from the Two Fat Lardies stable.
|Another village in another war.|
|Bill's hiding place.|
|My beautiful Stug.|
What could be more simple.In fact it is simple.
|Mr Ray's chariot.|
|The accoutrements of the game.|
|Mr Ray's tanking surveying the scene.|
|Dave's chosen weapon of war.|
|Donald's black Panzer.I think he would have preferred black and white stripes.|
|Bill's Sherman about to do or die.|
|Mr Ray ducking and driving.|
|Watch this Bill.|
|Another view of Donald's tank.|
|And Bill's off!|
That's when my dice roll started to play up for although I rolled perfect activation dice when I tried to destroy him luck wasn't having it.
|Not a mark in sight.|
|Mr Ray backing up.|
|Not letting him get away even although I couldn't hit him for toffee.|
|So he hides behind the hedge.|
|Dave edges up.|
|Colin's tank arrives to deal out some trouble.|
|"Now you see him"|
|"Now you don't!"|
|Dave about to waste Mr Ray's Sherman.|
|And he does!|
|Colin moves out.|
|And creeps into town.|
|Much to my annoyance.|
|Looking to finish the game.|
|Dave hangs on.|
|High noon in a French village.|
|The inevitable happens|
|And it's home for tea.|
A great game played to the Gothenburg Gamers' high standards which mean not too seriously.The rules were easy to follow and I think they are good for a quick fill in game.Once again all figures,scenery and scenario provided by Colin Jack who once again surpassed himself with the provision of a delicious repast.
Hopefully see you all next week when we head out to wilds of Bellesquarry for a Musket and Tomahawk venture.Can't wait.