I was hoping to get a rather large lot of Britain's "B" series 44mm figures, which would have given me 4 new figures that I don't have. Unfortunately, I lost the bidding at the last second. While watching this lot, I did come across a single "B" series Coldstream Guard figure, which I ended up purchasing.
I also bought a lot of 16 30mm semi round figures; a very nice lot which has me pulling out my semi round figures with the intention of using them soon. I originally was thinking of repainting them as Austrians from the 1860's, however, the paint isn't in as bad shape as I thought and I'm not sure I can bring myself to repaint them.
I managed to play two games. One I used my Peter Laing Army of Counterpane, the other game I used my Caesar miniatures fantasy figures. In this game, the humans were the evil army, the goblins simply defending their woods.
All in all, it was the most successful week I've had in a few months.
|Britain's "B" series Coldstream Guardsman|
|Britain's "B" series figures.|
|"New" 30mm semi rounds.|
|Counterpane Army facing German army.|
|Among the Counterpane casualties was the hero of their first battle (center with chevron of merit).|
|Good goblins vs. Evil humans.|
|Comparing 30mm semi round figures on Heroscape terrain.|