Sunday, February 28, 2016

Project F...



We thougth it is time to reveal Project F, as my matey Jonas decide to call it. Project F stands for "Battle at Foteviken 1134" that will be our joint Viking/Medieval demonstartion game at Salute 2016.

As last year the ideea for setting was thought of by my matey Jan that are a fellow Sweden that live in exile in the UK. Without Jan and his exellent skill in terrain building there would be no Salute project so all praise for him and his stoic terrain building, and a big thanks to Mrs Jan that allow him to spend a lot of time in his workshop;)

This year my mateys Jonas and Jesper will help out with the painting of the mins, we need much more than last year... so be sure to look for project updates at their blogs to.

You can find us at GA15 just to the right when you enter Salute on saturday the 16th April 2016 at ExCel arena in London. We hope to see you there.



15 comments:

  1. Sounds like a great project!! Good luck!

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  2. Sounds great, I shall look forward to seeing it and hopefully you there.

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  3. Excellent just need to get my ticket now....will definitely seek you out.

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  4. Good luck with this and not sure if I can make it to Salute this year. What ruleset will you be using out of interest?

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    1. Thanks matey! I hope you can make it, would be nice to see you again.
      We Will use Lion Rampant with some small adjustmemts.

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    2. I hope to make and it would be good to meet up with you and your friends again:)

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    3. Would be very nice indeed, if you have the time you can take command of a retinue for a while to:)

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  5. Thanks! I hope you all have the possability to attend Salute, if so be sure to pass by and have a chat.

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  6. Should be a cracking demo game Michael. I will hopefully try and visit your table this year.

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  7. Great choice of setting. An interesting battle with the first time heavy cavalry playing a mayor part on what is now Swedish soil.

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  8. Great choice of project! This will be magnificent I'm sure. /Mattias

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