Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Historicals at Millcon

MillenniumCon is put on by the Lone Star Historical Miniatures group, and true to the group's name, there were plenty of historical games being played. 
While I stuck to participating in sci-fi games myself, I did capture some of the historical action on film (or in pixels).  Click below for the photo dump:
You had some World War II as well as battles from earlier times, including Napoleonic and Colonial-era games. 
Joe ran a Civil War game using Johnny Reb rules.
There were Ancients games as well.
There was also this great Old West layout.
And some naval games also took place.
Not to mention this huge American Revolution battle in 54mm.
The Flames of War tournament drew a huge crowd.
Lots of good-looking games at this year's MillCon.


Gonsalvo said...

Well, we will have to get you into a Horse and Musket era game some day!

Desert Scribe said...

I've played WWII, Civil War, and Ancients in the form of DBA, but never any Napoleonic or other Horse & Musket-era genre. I need to give it a try.

HoldFast said...

Charlie did a great job with that Western town! Impressive!