Yeah, the picture is blurry... kinda did that on purpose. Don't want to spoil the final picture for ya!
In my search for rules for Napoleonic gaming I discovered a ruleset called LaSalle by Sam Mustafa. After reading the rules a few times, I think this will probably be the ruleset I primarily use. I say this, not having played them yet, so you never know. But, they seem to have a good mix of period flavor and keep the playing time down to an acceptable limit for my friends. BUT, some days you just feel like getting really into the nitty-gritty of the period and you don't mind playing a long battle to enjoy some realism. I've heard a lot of good things about General de Brigade by David Brown. So I ordered a copy and received them in the mail a few weeks ago. I'm looking forward to giving these rules a read through, and eventually some actual play of the game.
Kickstarter rewards! I don't participate in many Kickstarters. Probably a total of 4 I think so far? Anyway, a year ago I was looking for some small scale fantasy skirmish rules to possibly play some games based on Andrzej Sapkowski's Witcher series. I'm actually talking about the books here. Yes, I love the video games! But, if you haven't read the books I highly recommend them. So, in my search for rules I found some that sounded appealing, but they were still in the Kickstarter stage. I decided to participate. 2 Weeks ago the rules finally arrived!
I may have already ordered some miniatures to be the future Geralt of Rivia, Yennifer, and Ciri...
Hope you all are enjoying your weekend. That's for stopping by!