My very quick round-up of where we are after six months certainly seems to have galvinised you all into action!
Lots of entries today, including one newbie. In no particular order we have:
Mr Douglas reverts to his Greeks
Andrew Helliwell submits another two battalions of AWI infantry
Richard Naylor sends in some more US Marines for Fighting Season
Mr Yuengling makes a welcome return with some LDV types (Home Guard precursors)
Thomas stuns us all by popping in some fences...and not a glued-on finger in sight. Most disappointing!
Benito Vera is also preparing for fighting season: some lovely Brits.
Matt Slade makes his customary appearance: three beautifully painted minis
Today's newbie, who seems to have christened himself Mr Nouveau, explodes onto the challenge with a huge mass of 20mm WW2 figurs and terrain (presumably for playing some Operation Compass scenarios)
and finally Derek Hodge is still stuck in re-basing hell (you don't think...you don't think he actually likes it do you?)
What an awful lot of submissions and points!
Today's pictures? Well one, as is traditional, is from Mr Nouveau. The other? Some of Benito's Brits I think:
20mm WW2 terrain and figures from Mr Nouveau
The command section of Benito's 'fighting season' brits
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