that maps for a Dystopian Wars campaign or a new mission for War of The Ring (because there weren't many) or new rules and lists for that game or Trojan War AND LOTR (I really like SAGA) SAGA battleboards. Impetvs Fantasty Lists were another thing I breifly dabbled in. Of course I wrote a set of game rules (to go with Jason's Fallout Campaign rules) for our NATCON 2014 demo game. That was actually quite fun, if really time consuming. I am probably supposed to be finishing that but... shiney. I wanted to go to Ides of May but can't as its the eldest boy's birthday. Then I wanted to play Fantasy again. Then I realised the rules annoy me then...
I looked at my unfinished heavy cavalry.
And drew the obvious conclusion that what I really need to do is create a whole new ruleset. Because 'reasons'. Here are chapters one and two. The TOC shows there are quite a few more to type yet. Link to shared version here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0OLQ_8T9X5pS0oyZ25KT052TDg/edit?usp=sharing
Before that last tangent, we did get another game of Post Apocalyptic skirmish in. We based if on Fallout for Natcon but the rules themselves don't need to be for Fallout and will do for any skirmish for near future settings.
an idea for a better Star Wars viewing order, the oldest boy and I watched episode IV last weekend. The theory is that you need to watch IV then V, then go back and watch II and III, then watch VI. That way the story works better. You may have noticed that means no episode I. Just watch the Darth Maul fight on youtube and maybe the Jedi at the start and that's the watchable bits from that movie covered. Of course, after watching, we had to game it. The boy was the Millennium Falcon with Han and Luke as gunners, Chewie steering, and R2D2 as a scenario upgrade.
Alright. Kids are hungry so enough tangents for today. Thanks for reading.