Since the next few weeks will see many non-hobby claims on my time and energy it seems like a good time to pause and have a bit of a review and see if there's any solo games that I feel I ought to play before year's end as well as looking at the nearly empty workbench to see what should follow once the 2 newly cast limber horses and limber parts are done.
So far this year most of the important parts of my collection have had an outing with the most glaring ommission being the Prince Valiant Elastolins. Technically the 16thC figures have not been out either but since I played a Google hangout game with hosted by Rob, I have at leaast played the period. I'll have to put some thought into a new Prince Michael adventure and hopefully finish the new figures that have been lurking at the back of the painting desk. I think I'll aim for mid December and will consider the possibility of a multi-player hangout or skype game.
Beyond that its wide open. I think I have had enough of the Great War for now despite not having finished enough storical British for the intended scenario but there is always next year. I'm ready now to move on to a less historical setting where Toy Soldiers stay shiny and there are no gas attacks, no mud and misery and being buried alive nor any widows.
The first step will be to plan out what the first mini-campaign will be, something involving ambushes of convoys I think, and what figures I will need. My money is on a return to Oom Bob and the Oerberg affair. I need to work on a backstory that will not involve me casting and assembling scores of horses and converting every rider.
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