Now I understand why the challenge has been a bit quiet of late: you lot were storing them up for me so that I could process them all in one go!
A colossal update tonight, we have:
Vidal with over 100 Austrians in 15mm. How about some pics, Vidal?
Mr Yuengling with some 15mm WW1 vehicles from Shapeways (the future of wargaming?)
The Mad Padre with an eclectic mix of 28mm figures and scenery
Mr Luther with a collection of odds and sods from the South Pacific (no, not the musical, Sid)
Steve Burt enters the challenge with a bang, a big bang. Hundreds of 28mm figures that give him an immediate 1,408 points.
Mr Hodge with some more Paras and a very nice ruined building
Mervyn with some more 15mm Ancients that he assures me "that is definitely almost certainly it for the year". Come on, Mervyn, you can manage just one more wafer-thin figure...
Thomas surprises us all with 40 points worth of Martians
and, last but by no means least, Leif (can you see what I did there?) with some lovely 20mm figures
Difficult to choose one picture to go with tonight's achievements...but I think it has to be Leif's roadside shrine/CoC jump-off point in 20mm. Lovely.
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Welcome to Vis Lardica, a website mostly dedicated to the company-sized wargaming rules produced by the TooFatLardies, but encompassing my other gaming interests as well.