Salute 2014 – Too Fat Lardies

Richard and Nick were running games of Chain of Command at Salute this year, using a host of scratch built terrain which Rich has been building for the past few weeks (all details can be found on the Lard Island Blog)

The game itself, I’m sure you’ll agree, looked fantastic.

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Nick frantically trying to learn the rules before the show opens!  :-)

Nick frantically trying to learn the rules before the show opens! 🙂

The game seemed to be popular all day – this next shot was taken mid-afternoon, when the crowd around the table was two-deep

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It just goes to show that you can make a fantastic looking game without having to spend a fortune on terrain, it just takes a few days time and effort.

I’m looking forward to playing this game at the second Market Larden event in Evesham in June.

1 Comment on Salute 2014 – Too Fat Lardies

  1. A thing I just realized recently is how much of an accomplished modeller and painter Rich is. The Salute table preparation articles, the Soviet SMG platoon he’s working on at the moment all looks great, Especially so the terrain. We’re playing Chain of Command at 15mm already but already plan on going 28mm as well.

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