Saturday, May 18, 2013

Getting ready for Enfilade.

By 9am next Friday (5/24) I will be heading out with three buddies to our semi-local convention Enfilade.
I'm really looking forward to this year as this will be the first time where most of our gaming group is capable of going to the convention.  It should prove to be fun, with lots of laughs along the way.  This will also be the first time I'm running a game at a convention.  To say the least I'm a little nervous.
I've run the game twice with my group and we made some adjustments that should help with the flow of the game.
Also while I'm at the convention I will be helping a long time Piquet player, who has moved from the east coast to Seattle, with a Barrage battle.  Luckily, I will only have to coach the new players on the system.

I have worked out my Army roster for my next project, which will be for the American Revolution.  I have based my troops on the rosters from the battle of Monmouth.  I am going to start with 20 units per side.  The figures will be Pendraken with some Old Glory mixed into the lot.  Bases will be 1" square for Infantry with 16 figures per 4 base unit.  Should look good on the table.

Here are some photos from the last test battle of my Enfilade scenario.


  1. Good luck Victor, looks brilliant!

  2. If you've run through the game twice and tweaked it as needed, you *should* be OK scenario wise. Just be sure you know the rules well, keep the tempo of the game going, and remember to bring everything you need to run the game - a list isn't a bad idea... and remember the camera!