Unlike our foray into the exotic a few years ago with the relief of Haddington, 1549, siege games do not appear to be popular. We had only two players for the first run of the game. nevertheless, we carried on. The picture here was taken around turn 8, after the third parallel was established. We called the game after four hours of play at turn 11; the atackers had esablished a thorough artillery superiority and had cleared the covered way along the front of one of the outlying ravelins; a breach within a few turns was inevitable. For the second game, we chose to reset back to the second parallel rather than play out the last few turns.
I post a little about my ongoing projects, recent games, how I got to where I am, and where I'm going, as time away from the workbench, and a somewhat busy life, permits. I'll try to keep cooking and ballroom dance down to a minimum, but they do seem to take up a lot of time.
This is my really short, no explanation included, list of projects: 54mm Medieval Mayhem (skirmish), 54mm Buck Rogers, 40mm French and Indian War, 40mm NQSYW, 40mm French Revolution/Scarlet Pimpernel, 40mm Renaissance, 25mm Dark Ages (Saxons and Vikings), 25mm Darkest Africa, 25mm Fantasy, 1/72 scale Bronze Age, 1/72 scale 2nd Punic War, 1/72 scale fantasy (travel skirmish), 6mm Ancients (travel DBA), 6mm Fantasy (travel HotT), 6mm Spanish Civil War.