The game’s recommended board size is 2.5′ x 2.5′ up to 3′ x 3′ but we couldn’t help making a 4′ x 4′ board to set the scene for our upcoming gaming.
We tried to create a different feeling in each quarter of the board. Here is the riverside fishing area which uses Games Workshop’s Lake-Town terrain set.
A gloomy atmosphere surrounds the settlement, with waterlogged areas and various supply piles and barricades to offer cover.
A foreboding forest edges the board and offers different scenario options.
The game in action!
The Hobgoblin appears during scenario one and is swamped by members of a Spanish unit.
A Russian Werebear transforms and charges a British Officer with no care for the firepower nearby.
A British Highlander emerges from a riverside building to defend agains Spainish attackers.
A duo of Goblins emerge to protect their freshly taken over territory against a British Silver Bayonet unit.
A Swordsman and an Occultist move through cover, temporarily distracted by the tasty meal on a nearby table.
A French Sapper bravely charges at a British Officer.
The Silver Bayonet is a great excuse to turf out some monster figures from the Wargames Illustrated cabinets.
A Veteran Hunter makes a dangerous discovery in the graveyard of a church.