Well given it is less than a mile down the road from me, I went to my first wargames show of the year yesterday and attended the Wakefield gamers' Recon event in Pudsey.
Leeds' 'little brother' show (to Fiasco, the bigger, older brother) has always held a soft spot for me, it's tiny compared to many shows, and the games on display tend to be very much of the standard you feel you could put on yourself at home. There are few major sellers present, but most of the things you might expect (second hand sellers, stores with hefty discounts on plastic miniatures, book specialists).
I didn't even remember to take a camera with me, only the mobile phone (which actually has a pretty good camera). As it was other than a handful of the games, the resultant photos I could've taken at any Pudsey Recon event of the past 10 or more years. Still a couple of games did catch my eye:
|A large Battlegroup game of D-Day|
|A glorious Dragon Rampant game of Skeletons attacking a Knights castle|
|Some sort of Pirate Island|
|£23 well spent|