Bribane Muster

Plush chairs, maps , light tables and sand trays, efficent WAAFs and crusty Admirals , curtained windows and scrambled phones...the place to talk about the annual big game and those sort of events...and all the recruiting and planning of such
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Bribane Muster

Postby paintpig » Mon Oct 01, 2012 9:41 am

Lets put the COS's room to use :)

A few quick mob shots of the event, no specific order or preference. If you see yourself or your game please fill in the details.

I will post more photo's of the particular games at a later date (this week) once I have some time to work through all the dud's, I'll apologize in advance as there was more than enough dud shots, some tables will appear neglected because of my lax camera operation, sorry :oops:

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The Secret Society of Pin-Up Gamers Eylau table with visitors
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Bills 15mm SAGA game was very popular, on the background table was a lovely piece of floating terrain (Distopian style of game) which once again I failed miserably to capture properly, hopefully some one else might be able to provide a photo or two.
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ww1 & ww2 air action, Lawrence hosted the ww2 game & the ww1 game .....? sorry
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A marvelous ancients game (WAB I think) and the only photo that turned out sorry about that, forgot to change the camera settings back to auto, very disappointed!
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Scott and Bob with a HUGE 30yw game using Impetus, I would like to have learned a bit more about Impetus but unfortunately exhibitors don't have the time to muck about in others games.

There was a pretty good turn out overall and Sunday provided plenty of opportunity for participants to muck in and have a go.
Well done Glenn V. it was a jolly enjoyable couple of days :D
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Re: Bribane Muster

Postby Ozwargamer » Mon Oct 01, 2012 11:24 am

Hi Dave
A big Thankyou to you & The Secret Society of Pin-Up for puting on the Gamers Eylau table & to all that turned up. I have some more photos to add just need more time theres some on my bolg . The WW1 gamemaster was Dennis.
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Re: Bribane Muster

Postby paintpig » Mon Oct 01, 2012 4:42 pm

Thanks Glenn, Dennis is also hotdog maker par excellence :D
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Re: Bribane Muster

Postby Tarty » Mon Oct 01, 2012 11:20 pm

Great stuff, look forward to seeing some more pics when you get around to posting Dave. TYW game looks like an historical re fight ? ( good size whatever it is ). Excellent ! .....and Impetus 8)
Can't see much of the Eylau game or the others, but it looks a very civilised get together
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Re: Bribane Muster

Postby Ozwargamer » Tue Oct 02, 2012 4:50 pm

Hi All Here's some photo from the week end.

ImageThis was my demo game Battle of Toba-Fushimi 1869

ImageNapoleonic Battle of Eylau in 28mm.

ImageDrew - Dragon Fire Games - WW2 Bolt Action skirmish - 28mm

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photo of part of the hall
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Re: Bribane Muster

Postby Qman » Tue Oct 02, 2012 9:35 pm

Would not mind a copy of the plans for those gliders. Very nice.
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Re: Bribane Muster

Postby paintpig » Tue Oct 02, 2012 11:17 pm

I think Drew borrowed the gliders so we will have to shake his tree and see what falls out as far as plans go Qman :twisted:
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Re: Bribane Muster

Postby Admin Fella » Fri Oct 05, 2012 9:24 pm

Looks like a great weekend. Well done all. :)


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