Friday, 21 December 2012

How was 2012?

Hi All,

Firstly a big thank you to every one who popped by or left messages. We have a great hobby filled with decent, gentle people and it has been my pleasure to read your posts. So how was your war gaming year? Did you achieve any goals? Maybe you didn't set doesn't really matter as long as you enjoyed yourself.

For me war gaming wise I achieved little in 2012...I lost my wife and son in 2008 and they have yet to be buried due to a legal situation which will I hope resolve itself in the coming year. I suppose that it is inevitable that I cannot concentrate on anything but next year my son and I will build a modern African town to refiight "Black Hawk Down"....its all Modern Warfare 3s fault. I think that we can build a terrain board and we will both have fun with 28mm figures.

The Victorian buildings are stumbling on...the techniques used for these buildings have added to my skill set and I will plan a project for happier times.

I sincerely hope that you all have a good Christmas and a happy New Year, your comradeship has been so important to me. Thank you.


  1. Not really set any challenges though I did set myself one to start my Victorian zombie campaign which I did but I still haven't played the second game yet.

    Hope that your sad situation can be resolved I can't even imagine what you've been going through.

    Have a good Christmas and a Happy New year you deserve it more than most.

  2. You keep going Sir, you have come so far and have a cracking lad to plan future projects with. All the very best, Michael.

  3. Hope everything sorts itself out. Have a Great Christmas and New Year

  4. I wish you the best with your troubles in the new year.
    Can't wait to see what you come up with for terrain.

  5. Always enjoy your posts. Have a good Christmas and onward and upward in the New Year!

  6. My own gaming had to take a back seat for most of this past year, but I hope things will improve, the same as I hope your own sad situation gets better too. Merry Christmas, and a Happier New Year.