I won't go in to too much detail other than to say it was quite small BUT it seemed to be very well attended. There was a decent mix of games going on as well as some good retailers selling a variety of very cool models that I was very tempted to purchase, had I had the funds. One retailer even had sealed copies of Space Crusade and Advanced Heroquest for £55 a pop. Given Space Crusade was what started the plastic crack addiction I was very tempted to pick it up and keep it on standby until my boy is old enough to similarly
As it happens, I was all set to purchase one of the above when the Warmachine 2 player starter set caught my eye. I've been umming and ahhhing about starting this for some time, and well for £55 I figured why the hell not?? Especially as a very quick glance on ebay suggested it retails for over £60... And if I end up hating Warmachine, well it's not too big a loss and I should be able to get the cost back fairly easily.
So what do you get? Apparently quite a lot - over £100 worth of models if bought seperately and a mini rulebook, starter guide and dice.
Here are some very brief pics:
There'll be more when I get started on the models. The models are all plastic but look like resin, I've had a brief look at them and they look incredibly detailed.
So this is something that I'll be looking at, at the same time as I paint up my Warhammer Empire army - see the link here for the blog