Monday, 26 March 2012

VBCW: Battle for Alverley



We got another game of Very British Civil War in last week, featuring a British Union of Fascists assault on the sleepy Cheshire village of Alverley. There was a lot at stake for the BUF, because Alverley Cricket Club is an ideal position for the Royalist artillery to set up to pound the defences of the Socialist stronghold Helsby Hill.




There is a full report on The Gentleman's Wargames Parlor. Here's a few pictures of the action. I think it will suffice to say that some rather lucky dice, some heroic actions, and some dastardly cowardice meant a Red victory was assured.

5 comments:

Brummie said...

Looks like it was a great game. Nice looking table and miniatures

Lead Legion said...

Nice pics. I'm off to read the bat rep.

The Haggis said...

Great looking game, thanks for the link to the AAR. Great stuff!

Jay said...

Nice all around work! BTW: like the bushes and wooden fencing, are they scratch-built?

Michael Awdry said...

What tremendous looking miniatures and game; splendid stuff Sir!