Another week, another batrep roundup.
But first, you should check out my latest fantasy skirmish game in the Campaign for the Darkened Wood, played with the Savage Worlds Showdown rules, where the king's men take his tax collecting cousin for a stroll in the woods, only to be ambushed by Robb and his rebel archers.
And here's what everyone else was up to this week:
Speaking of fantasy battles, Bob has some Dragon Rampant posted.
Big FoF has a violent what-if Brexit scenario, with Muslim and Christian militias tangling with each other and the army.
Sound Officer's Call plays some Napoleonics with Blucher, and Joy and Forgetfulness has a Napoleonic game set in Spain.
Campaigns in Miniature re-fights the Battle of Dettingen,
Wargaming with Barks gives a write up of the Bloodbowl event the Eucalyptus Bowl this week, and posts another of his wonderful comic book-formatted Star Wars games.
Kaptain Kobold gives us some superhero action with Clobberin' Time, where Captain UK and Captain America take on some villains. Sadly, my main man falls prey to those villains' villainous ways. The good Kaptain also gives us some Chain of Command.
Baron Von J has his own superhero game up, with the Liberty Legion squaring off against evil Axis villains.
Sparkers Wargames provides some magnificent, grand scale Gettysburg Day 2 that's just a feast for the eyes.
Big Lee posted a Carthaginian cavalry clash, played with the next generation of wargamer.
Here's a Chain of Command game, the Korsun Pocket, from three different write-ups... Sediment's, Counterpane's, and Renegade of the Atomic Age's.
Into the Maelstrom has some WH40k posted, played on a pretty spiffy game board. And a really neat Rorke's Drift-style LoTR game.