Hold the line…

With Warhammer Historical available, GamesDay 2008 wasn’t just Fantasy and 40K, in Hall 1 there were a fair few historical wargames on show using the various Warhammer Historical rules. This is nothing new, last year we saw was Aly Morrison and Dave Andrews’ excellent World War One demonstration game.

Demonstrating The Great War rules were two games one set in Gallipoli and one in 1914. Here are two pictures from the 1914 game, with British infantry moving forward through a farm and a line of British Infantry about to open fire on the advancing German army.

Beautifully painted and modelled.

Scenery was not as nice as Dave’s but was still very well constructured and impressive.

You can see many more pictures of the historical wargaming on my website.

To see more pictures from GamesDay 2008 have a look at my GamesDay 2008 Gallery.

It wasn’t all Elves and Space Marines…

With Warhammer Historical available, GamesDay 2008 wasn’t just Fantasy and 40K, in Hall 1 there were a fair few historical wargames on show using the various Warhammer Historical rules. This is nothing new, last year we saw was Aly Morrison and Dave Andrews’ excellent World War One demonstration game.

Demonstrating The Great War rules were two games one set in Gallipoli and one in 1914. Here are two pictures of British Artillery about to open fire on the advancing German army.

World War One Artillery

Beautifully painted and modelled.

Scenery was not as nice as Dave’s but was still very well constructured and impressive.

You can see many more pictures of the historical wargaming on my website.

World War One Ruined Village

One of the games I enjoyed a lot at GamesDay 2007 was Aly Morrison and Dave Andrews’ excellent World War One demonstration game.

There was some fantastic scenery such as this ruined village.

Excellent stuff.

You can see many more pictures of the game on my website.

British WWI Artillery

One of the games I enjoyed a lot at GamesDay 2007 was Aly Morrison and Dave Andrews’ excellent World War One demonstration game.

Here we see a British heavy artillery piece, bombarding the German trenches.

Heavy British Artillery Gun
Heavy British Artillery Gun

You can see many more pictures of the game on my website.

Marching to war…

One of the games I enjoyed a lot at GamesDay 2007 was Aly Morrison and Dave Andrews’ excellent World War One demonstration game.

Here we see British Tommies (okay Scottish Highlanders you can tell from the kilts) marching down a road to the trenches.

Marching to war...

You can see many more pictures of the game on my website.

Where’s my house gone?

One of the games I enjoyed a lot at GamesDay 2007 was Aly Morrison and Dave Andrews’ excellent World War One demonstration game.

There was some fantastic scenery such as this ruined house.

There was some fantastic scenery such as this ruined house.

It was all the little details that made the game for me such the wonderful details. Such as the wallpaper and the fireplace inside the ruined building.

wallpaper

Excellent stuff.

You can see many more pictures of the game on my website.

Where’s my house gone?

One of the games I enjoyed a lot at GamesDay 2007 was Aly Morrison and Dave Andrews’ excellent World War One demonstration game.

There was some fantastic scenery such as this ruined house.

Ruined house
Ruined house

It was all the little details that made the game for me such the wonderful details. Such as the wallpaper and the fireplace inside the ruined building.

Great War British Infantry

Excellent stuff.

You can see many more pictures of the game on my website.