6.30pm onwards. Come along and join in,
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Warhammmer 40k . Orks v Tau and Ogre Kingdoms v High Elves from Thursday 18th April . Members and newcomers can use the Club’s facebook page to arrange games. Make sure you swap your mobiles’ numbers because sometimes there is the odd stranded player waiting for an absentee or late arrival. The many 40k players are trying out the new 6th edition and also play at the Leeds Night Owls in Farsley on Sundays. Sorry about the poor ‘photos but I am a crap photographer.
“Dragging most of the known world into its brutal and devastating clutches, the Second World War was a conflict the scale of which the world has never seen. From Blitzkrieg to North Africa, from the Russian Front to the D-Day landings, World War II remains arguably the most popular period for wargamers.”
The Headingley Games Club has acquired a starter set from Warlord Games. Dean Heathcote will be putting on introductory sessions on Thursdays by request. Use the the Headingley Games Club facebook page to contact him to set up a session…or contact him via the best Wargames Blog the Web: too much lead.
A game of Flames of War; Battlefront’s popular game system. There are several players of this at the club and some are getting going again. We have got Late, Mid’ and Early versions of Brits,Soviet, German, US and Blitzkrieg French and German. In this battle the Italians have some good tanks and were confident veteran against a confidant trained US tank army deploying 12 Grants and a support units. Steve Nolan playing Italian got off to a good start by bagging two Grants and rushing an objective on the other side of the board. A reinforcement of another platoon of Grants, a tenacious resistance by the US artillery and recon combined with a long run of poor dice roles for the Italians secured a US victory-just.