|War of 1812 Game - Knuckleduster Figures. Click all pix to enlarge.
|Japanese Samauri game in 28mm
|Knuckleduster Figures Booth. Nice laser cut building kits and nice Western and 1812 figures.
|A Napoleonic game of sorts, using 15mm figures and nice looking terrain boards.
|The Last Square's annual WW2 mega game.
|Napoleonic game featuring nothing but cavalry. Lieberwolkowitz 1813 perhaps? Great concept and I could tell that the players were really enjoying themselves in this one.
|Geo Hex Terrain still looks great.
|Thoroughbred Figures Booth - some great looking 15mm ship kits.
I did not have much time to do any shopping for myself, but I took advantage of the fact that The Last Square was across the aisle from the Fife & Drum booth, so I picked up a lot of Silfur Tufts to use for my figure bases. I also acquired a copy of Muskets & Tomohawks skirmish rules from Mr. Extra Crispy himself, who read my comment on Face Book that I could not find a copy of the rules in the dealer area. So on Saturday, Mark stopped by my booth and I bought a copy of the rules from him. How's that for personal service? (thumbs up in my book). I also bought a book on Gettysburg that featured drawings by Keith Rocco and pictures of the actual equipment that is at the Gettysburg National Park museum. I can't recall the name of the book right now, but it is a very nice book to have if you are an ACW buff.