Local Show

Over the weekend our local gaming event the “Brisbane Muster” was held down at lovely South Bank so I took myself along for a looksee. The event is held in the Serbian Hall directly across the road from the “play area” and is a very handy and accessible location.

Aerial

Ariel view of south Bank, not a bad place for a war games show hey?

As usual there were plenty of games representing a broad spectrum of genres and the facilitators were very friendly and open to discussing the games they were presenting. I was particularly fortunate in dropping in with a couple of chaps putting on a game using Charles Grants “The War Game” rules, the book responsible for getting me into gaming some 38 years ago! It still ranks among one of the best introductions to wargaming around.

SYW game using "The War Game"

SYW game using “The War Game” photo via Glenn Verburgt http://ozwargamer.blogspot.com.au/

There were enough bring and buy tables to keep the sharp-eyed happy and the traders got more than enough of my “phat loot” to make the minister of finance get grimmed faced when I arrived home with my spoils of war. A jolly good day all round.

Glens Zulu Wars table

Glens Zulu Wars table photo via Glenn Verburgt http://ozwargamer.blogspot.com.au/

SAGA table and lovely bit of cabinet joinery to boot photo via Glenn Verburgt http://ozwargamer.blogspot.com.au/

SAGA table and lovely bit of cabinet joinery to boot photo via Glenn Verburgt http://ozwargamer.blogspot.com.au/

 

 

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