Monday, April 27, 2015

Stockholm 1392 Pictures

So have I taken the time to fix the pictuer from our Stockholm 1392 game at salute 2015 , its mine and pictures Colin took during the day, thanks Colin for sharing your pictures.

During the day we managed to run 4 gaming sessions, I had made 4 different scenarios revolving around the event that took place in Stockholm during a summer week in 1392, and we managed to run them all.

We did total up the glory each side got during each game, Mecklenburders(Germans) and the Swedes.

Won´t provide any AAR just the pictures from our day at salute and of Jan´s stunning terrain that we fixed the last painting on just before the visitores entered the show...















































31 comments:

  1. Thanks again for your efforts....you may even have motivated me to run a game as I have had a few ideas in the past but never made the leap.

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  2. Congratulations it looks a great game - I'm still trying to work out how I could have walked around the hall about three times and still missed your game!

    I love the Tuborg cart!

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  3. Thats a super looking table Michael, really like all activity of the inhabitants, no need for a report the pics say it all. Your other reports helped spur me on to keep my medieval stuff and give LR a try.

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  4. Some lovely pics of a great table and game. Good to see the Swedes win the day:)

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  5. Looks a great game, so much packed into the town

    Ian

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  6. I can't believe that on my 2 or 3 tours around the tables that I missed your game each time!

    I'm glad that it worked out well for you. Four games is good going :)

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  7. Simply awesome! What a terrific effort of Jan to get it done with such splendid result. You made a great team with his large scale builds and your very typicsl additions of extra detail with the market stalls, civilians etc. And you had some, as I understand, very needed "helpers" aswell. A great team effort with great results!
    Very greatful for the nice pictures aswell as I wasn't able to see it in person.
    /Mattias

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  8. Excellent looking game Michael!

    Christopher

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  9. Wow, wonderful stuff! Thanks for sharing all the great pics.

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  10. Thats a awsome looking game board and minis stunning work :)

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  11. Excellent looking table. What a great setting for games.
    Well done.

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  12. What a great job.
    Fine details, such as port pictures
    Awesome cityscape and lifestyle description

    Looks a lot like one (exit) Captain Richard US inward-war-time theme.
    (Darkness or twilight, lamps, and light the fire, would maybe give more spice ...)

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  13. That looks great, and the good guys won :-)

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  14. Great looking game, the table stocked with armour is a lovely detail.

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  15. Fantastic setup: the terrain is spectacular, the models are gorgeous and all the little extras really help to bring the scene alive.

    So ... what's the plan for next year? ;)

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  16. so many (nice!) details ! I like the table!
    just a question : who is the little monk standing over the city gate ? (looks a little like Friar Tuck from Airfix ... )

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  17. That's a terrific looking table, Michael. I love the vignettes (and the buildings and the boats...). Great work playing 4 games at Salute!

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  18. Amazing. All the details, especially

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  19. One best salute 2015 tables I think. Very good work and the rendering is very good too.

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  20. Thank you very much !!! It was a blast and it was so nice to see many of you IRL, was a bussi day running the game and trying to have some words with all visitors, but Jesper, Colin and Tony did a great work at the table, thanks for your help materys.

    But It would have all been non if it wasn´t for my friend and terrainbuilder Jan´s effort in building the stunning gaming table, He was very tired but glad man on the day after 2 weeks of 24/7 painting of the terrain, all prais to jan for his tremendous work.

    Best regards Michael

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  21. It looks fantastic Michael and it must have been a real joy to fight over such a lovely gaming table.

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  22. Stunning! You showed all of us how it should be done!

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  23. What an epic game, I wish I had been there to see it in person!

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  24. WOW! I cant believe I missed this post. I am need to finish painting my late medieval figs.

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  25. You and your crew did an amazing job. All that hard work paid off and you have shown our hobby in the best possible light. Michael, you have the rare ability to paint superb figures & buildings AND teach us history too! Keep it coming.

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  26. What an excellent set of terrain for what must have been an exciting series of games - looks like a great time was had by all, well done!

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