Bridges, they’re a staple of the wargames table. Many a battle was fought over them, and they make great objectives as well as being nice looking scenery for your table. I bought this nice-looking MDF kit from Sarissa a while back and built it up
Lion Rampant is a skirmish-level game, so really works best when you play scenarios. A straight-up Bloodbath game is fun every once in a while, but the objectives and scenario rules in the book really give the game that feeling of rival barons skirmishing with their neighbours.
So I’ve got a shiny new army: Bretons, currently enough to play Lion Rampant but eventually there will be enough for bigger games like War & Conquest. Miniatures are only half the story though, and I was short on medieval terrain. These guys would need somewhere to fight over.
“How to make thatched roofs” might not be a totally honest title for this post. It gives the impression I really know what I’m doing. Maybe it should probably be “How I made some bad thatched roofs, and some less bad ones”, but what’s more informative than watching someone else’s mistakes? So, since recently branching out into medieval […]
Some people down at my club seem to think I only ever play WWII games. Recently I’ve been putting a medieval head on and playing some Lion Rampant, and have found myself in need of some terrain. First off the workbench is a whole spread of fields and some haystacks.