I can't remember the Challenge ever starting off so busy. Entries are flooding in, and I might have to move to doing updates more than once a week!
So, today, in no particular order, we have:
Sapper, with no less than three entries spanning three different eras: Napoleonics, modern MBTs and some Anglo-Saxon warriors
Steve Burt carries on up the Congo, with the mandatory bearers and a leopard that has definitely changed its spots
John Haines, new this year, has already sent in his second entry: some individually painted AWI Militiamen
Newbie Old Pivot is going to be playing Sharp Practice in 54mm: here is a group of his British Rifles
Jon Yuengling sends in his first entry of the year: some British WW2 minis in 15mm and a quartet of pulp figures
The weekly massive entry from Matt Slade: Hasslefree barbarians and bad guys of both the male and female variety
WillieB also makes a welcome return with two brigades of Sepoys for Sharp Practice Indian Mutiny: large numbers of lovely figures
The Mad Padre calls for the Mounties...and a moose
Carole sends in some terrain from Ironclad Miniatures
Keith Davies racks up some recce elements for his WW2 Brits
Andy Duffell has three 28mm Opel Blitzs for us to admire
and last, but definitely not least, Egg presents us with some more Cold War British vehicles...loving these!
So a huge number of entries today, so lots of pictures:
Just a few of Matt's barbarians: mine are okay, but I don't fancy yours!
Just some of WillieB's Sepoys
Check out his gallery to see the rest
Old Pivot's 54mm Riflemen
Egg's Cold War colation
Sapper's Napoleonic collection
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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.