I went to my first wargames show in two years at the weekend:
Fiasco was in its' usual place at the usual time. I found a lot of the games on show to be visually underwhelming, but I may not have been in the zone so to speak. Only a handful caught my eye...
I avoided talking to people as much as I sought out old friends, but I did run in to one or two welcome faces. It was nice to catch up in a way, but it is always complicated. I have long been one of those who would prefer to pass through this sort of event anonymously and unobserved, it was after all mainly a shopping trip for me. I came away with a couple of books and two battalions of 28mm Spanish Napoleonics. I was in and out within two hours.
There will be many places where you'll get a fuller review of the show, for my part it was enough to dip my toe back in the scene and find the waters aren't completely hostile. Even if the smell a bit foul at times.
CATALUÑA INDEPENDIENTE ,. La tira de ninots.
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